- Indonesian Coffee Beans
- Low-Acidity, clean earthy notes, molasses and cocoa, clean crisp finish.
- Darker Roasted (14)
Sulawesi (formerly Celebes), was influenced and controlled by the Netherlands from 1605 until World War II. In 1669 the Dutch East India Company took control of the trade in Sulawesi. The Dutch built Fort Rotterdam in Ujung Pandang (now Makassar) in the mid 1600s, and not until 1905 they finally gained control of the whole island becoming part of the Dutch state colony of the Netherlands East Indies. The Dutch East India Company was in control of coffee production in Indonesia during most of the 1700s, and introduced Arabica coffee (Typica) to Sulawesi in 1750.
Located in the highlands of Southern Sulawesi, this region in Sulawesi has the highest altitude and best conditions for growing coffee. That is why this blend is so special and contains such an interesting flavor profile. Try our Sulawesi Coffee now. We know you will love it!
Origin: Toraja, South Sulawesi
Farm: Ranktekarua Estate
Elevation: 2700 masl, Grade 1
Certs: Direct Trade, Organic by Control Union, 846401
Taste Profile: Low-Acidity, clean earthy notes, molasses and cocoa, clean crisp finish.
Toraja Sulawesi, Rantekarua Estate