We love to recommend these Sulawesi beans to coffee fanatics. They never disappoint! The beans are roasted to result in coffee that is bold, juicy, earthy, and sweet, and while we usually enjoy it black, it also does spectacularly as a single-origin espresso.
Impress your coffee-loving friends… or just treat yourself!
USDA Organic Certified Coffee
Smallholder farmers on this ancient Indonesian island cultivate these coffee beans on rich, volcanic soil at an altitude of about 2,000 meters.
Grower Smallholder farmers organized around the Cooperative of Toraja Coffee Growers
Variety Catimor, S-795, Typica
Region Buntu Minanga and Sapan, Buntu Pepasan, Toraja Utara Regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Harvest May - September
Altitude 1400 - 1900 meters
Process "Giling Basah" - Semi-washed and wet hulled after pulping, then dried in the sun.
USDA Organic Certified products must be produced using agricultural production practices that foster resource cycling, promote ecological balance, maintain and improve soil and water quality, minimize the use of synthetic materials, and conserve biodiversity.