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Indonesia Sulawesi Island Kalosi 250G

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The Sulawesi archipelago is located north of the island of Flores. The coffee trees grown on the western part of Sulawesi grow between 1400m and 1800m above sea level. This mountainous region is distinguished by the nature of its yellow-brown rocky subsoil which brings finesse and complexity to the cup.

The exclusive Blue Toraja selection comes from plots in the village of "Mamasa", where coffee growing is passed on from generation to generation. The coffee trees are cultivated at an average altitude of 1600 meters under permanent shade ensuring a slow maturity of the cherries. All these conditions make Blue Toraja one of the most popular coffees in the archipelago!

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Arabica typica/catimor

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Spicy, gourmet
Harmonious
Gingerbread, tonka bean
Very light roasting Light roasting Blonde roasting Amber Roasting Deep roasting
3
2/5
Indonesia
Terroir Kalosi (multiple small producers)
1600m
Arabica typica/catimor
April to July
Washed
250G
Label coffee
High quality coffees according to a production region.
Micro-lot coffee
Very high quality coffees from exclusive and specific terroirs selected for their specific preparations.
Terroir coffee
High quality coffees identified for their specificities selected directly from small producers.
" Lively and very harmonious coffee, with notes of gingerbread, tonka bean and compote. "

The Sulawesi archipelago is located north of the island of Flores. The coffee trees grown on the western part of Sulawesi grow between 1400m and 1800m above sea level. This mountainous region is distinguished by the nature of its yellow-brown rocky subsoil which brings finesse and complexity to the cup.

The exclusive Blue Toraja selection comes from plots in the village of "Mamasa", where coffee growing is passed on from generation to generation. The coffee trees are cultivated at an average altitude of 1600 meters under permanent shade ensuring a slow maturity of the cherries. All these conditions make Blue Toraja one of the most popular coffees in the archipelago!

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