Bali Indonesia Organic Kintamani Natural Process Arabica raw coffee beans
Bright citrus acidity, heavy body, smooth, sweet, strawberry, fruit, chocolate cake, citrus, mild orange, floral, roasted pineapple, boozy, nice lasting finish.
Roasting Aroma: Sweet, fruity, strawberry
Dry Aroma: Dark Chocolate, strawberry, fruit
Brewed Aroma: Chocolate, toffee, fruit, strawberry,
Growers: Small holder farmers organized through Cultural / religious Subak Abian
Varietals: Catimor, S795, USDA762, Bourbon, Typica
Altitude: 1,200 - 1,600 Meters Above Sea Level
Region: Kintamani Highlands of central Bali Indonesia.
Soil: Volcanic Loam
Processing: Full Natural and dried on raised beds
Harvest: May - October
Coffee Farmers of Kintamani have incorporated shade (albizia, erythrina) and crop producing shade trees (Tangerine, Orange) with their coffee plants to improve both yields and cup quality. Kintamani Highland Farmers are Culturally, agriculturally, and religiously structured following the Hindu philosophy of "Tri Hita Karana" The Three Causes of Happiness. It makes great sense that coffees of this region are organic as the Three Happiness's relate to the Grower's relationship with God, Relationship with Others, and Relationship with the Environment. Each Subak Abian Group of Farmers democratically establishes it's own rules and village Coop.