One of the world's prized coffees, it is grown in the highlands of northern Sumatra in the Malay Archipelago of Indonesia. The plantations grow coffee trees at altitudes up to 5,000 feet and use a combination of wet and dry processing methods. The term Mandheling refers to the name of the people who traditionally farmed and processed the coffee bean.?A bold coffee low in acidity, Mandheling is full bodied and mellow, with a rich?chocolate and caramel taste that lingers in each cup.?