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  • Bali Indonesie 250Gr Grains
  • Bali Indonesie 250Gr Grains
  • Bali Indonesie 250Gr Grains
  • Bali Indonesie 250Gr Grains
  • Bali Indonesie 250Gr Grains

Indonesia Klasik Beans 250G

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Located to the east of the island of Java, Bali is a small volcanic island known for its unique Hindu religion and peaceful inhabitants. Arabica coffee is produced on the plateaus in the center of the island, between the Agung and Batur mountains. The Kintamani region (900-1100m) is a fertile agricultural region, with volcanic soil very favorable to the production of local coffee. Balinese organization Small producers are organized in Subak Abian, traditional and religious agricultural organizations, based on the philosophy of TRI HITA KARANA. This philosophy is based on the balance of three entities: God, Men, and Nature. Thus, the culture of coffee is an integral part of their community life. The choice of Klasik Beans We work with Klasik Beans, which gives us traceability, quality of the batches treated and above all respect for people and the environment. Produced in Mani Klyu and Lembean between 900-1100m, this coffee is prepared in "semi-washed". There are several varieties of coffee trees: typical, caturra, line S, timor. The coffee plantations are mainly associated with the citrus fruit plantations "jeruk", which gives a nice acidity to the coffee, with a floral note and a little body. It is a sweet and light coffee. The Klasik Beans cooperative has joined forces with two Subak Abian (traditional agricultural organizations), to produce this coffee. Production The preparation and machining of all our Bali coffees are done only by Yon, one of the producers of Klasik Beans, ensuring you full traceability on these preparations. Yon buys the ripe cherries from the producers of two Subak Abian. The cherries are then prepared in a "semi-washed" way with a fermentation of 12. In Indonesia the "semi-washed" process actually corresponds to a washed coffee as in East Africa. The coffee is pulped and then fermented dry (in tanks without water) for 12 hours. The coffee is then washed and dried. This is the most widely used process after Wet-Hulled for arabicas.
CHF 10.75
  • Liquorice aromas, spices

  • 100% Arabica

  • Strength 5/10

  • Score 84.5+

  • Roasted for espresso and filter

  •  filter : 30 to 50g of coffee for 300ml of water

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Located to the east of the island of Java, Bali is a small volcanic island known for its unique Hindu religion and peaceful inhabitants. Arabica coffee is produced on the plateaus in the center of the island, between the Agung and Batur mountains. The Kintamani region (900-1100m) is a fertile agricultural region, with volcanic soil very favorable to the production of local coffee.

Balinese organization

Small producers are organized in Subak Abian, traditional and religious agricultural organizations, based on the philosophy of TRI HITA KARANA. This philosophy is based on the balance of three entities: God, Men, and Nature. Thus, the culture of coffee is an integral part of their community life.

The choice of Klasik Beans

We work with Klasik Beans, which gives us traceability, quality of the batches treated and above all respect for people and the environment. Produced in Mani Klyu and Lembean between 900-1100m, this coffee is prepared in "semi-washed". There are several varieties of coffee trees: typical, caturra, line S, timor. The coffee plantations are mainly associated with the citrus fruit plantations "jeruk", which gives a nice acidity to the coffee, with a floral note and a little body. It is a sweet and light coffee.

The Klasik Beans cooperative has joined forces with two Subak Abian (traditional agricultural organizations), to produce this coffee.

Production

The preparation and machining of all our Bali coffees are done only by Yon, one of the producers of Klasik Beans, ensuring you full traceability on these preparations. Yon buys the ripe cherries from the producers of two Subak Abian. The cherries are then prepared in a "semi-washed" way with a fermentation of 12. In Indonesia the "semi-washed" process actually corresponds to a washed coffee as in East Africa. The coffee is pulped and then fermented dry (in tanks without water) for 12 hours. The coffee is then washed and dried. This is the most widely used process after Wet-Hulled for arabicas.

Character Harmonious
Aromas Liquorice aromas, spices
Roasting Amber - Expresso and filter
Strength 5
Acidity 2/5
Origin Indonesia
Production region Bali Island
Coffee plantation Klasik Beans
Coffee farmer Severall small producers
Altitude 900m - 1100m
Composition 100% Arabica
Harvest period June to August
Treatment Washed
Grade 1
Humidity 9.2%
Density 832 g/l
Screen 18/19
Score 84.5+
Conditioning 250G
Roasted for Expresso and filter
Made in Switzerland

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