This coffee comes to us from the volcanic lands of Kintamani in beautiful Bali.
Bali is referred to as the “Paradise of Indonesia,” which is why small holder farms and producers on Bali have christened this coffee ” Magical Paradise.” For those who have been fortunate enough to visit Bali, it goes without saying that there is no other place quite like it. The island’s blend of rich culture, friendly Balinese, amazing culinary, year round sunny weather, beautiful beaches, and nature make Bali one of the most remarkable destinations in the world.
The Balinese farmers who produce this coffee follow the Tri Hita Karana philosophy in their everyday life. Those following Tri Hita Karna seek to achieve prosperity through creating harmony with God, harmony among people, and harmony with nature and the environment. In the realm of coffee production, Balinese farmers are able to achieve harmony with nature by watering their crops using a natural irrigation system known as “Subak” that draws water from a single water source, preventing unnecessary destruction of the surrounding lands and fruit trees that shade the coffee. In a further display of adherence to harmony with nature, the use of pesticides is also prohibited on Bali and all fertilizers are 100% organic. All of these practices combined with the rich volcanic soils in which this coffee is grown make for a remarkable and delightful product.
When drinking, expect a smooth cup with notes of milk chocolate, caramel, and blackberry accompanied by a medium body and mild, citrus fruit acidity.
- 1,200 - 1,300 masl
- Mild citrus fruit
- Wet Hulled