This unique coffee hails from the Kintamani Highlands, Bali, Indonesia. Devastated by a volcanic eruption in 1963, it took decades to regain the quality and quantity of coffee that Bali had once known. Founded on Hindu philosophy which emphasizes a person’s relationship to other people, to his/her environment, and to God, the organization known as Subak Abian came to fruition. SA oversees multiple smallholder farmers and plays an important role in the agricultural as well as religious activities in the highlands. These farmers use tangerine and orange trees to shade the coffee and employ a fully natural process where the coffee is dried on raised beds.
Tasting Notes: This coffee’s natural processing lends to its fruity characteristics. It has a lively acidity, sweet hints of sugar cane and a white grape finish.
Certifications: Organic, Rainforest Alliance