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Arabica Variety: Lini S 795

Growing Altitude: 1.400-2.100 m

Crop: June 2017

Process: Semi-washed, wet hulled

Roast Level: Medium

Cup characteristic: full and rich body, low acidity, with muted ripe berry-like fruit notes and rustic sweetness.

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The central highlands at the western part of the Sulawesi Island are populated by indigenous people known as Toraja. This area is well-known with its elaborate funeral rites, burial sites carved into rocky cliffs, massive peaked-roof traditional houses known as Tongkonan, and colorful wood carvings. It displays a unique culture, fascinating traditions and amazing landscapes. These qualities are translated to the coffee produced in the northernmost of this region.

Toraja Sapan is grown on the Sasean mountain at the elevation of 1.400-2.100 meters. Coffees are collected for further processing, either directly from the farmers’ houses or, once in a week, in a coffee market at a small village called Sapan. Coffee farmers in this area also grow cocoa and other fruit trees such as passion fruit, tamarillo and banana. This very well sought coffee is limitedly produced, no more than 60.000 bags annually.

Toraja Sapan coffee has always been organic by default. The coffee is harvested today as it was in the past: organically. Fans of this coffee love it because of its low acidity, with undertones of ripe berry-like fruit and rustic sweetness and often a pungent spicy quality.

 

Roasted beans

50 gr

250 gr

1 kg

3.00 €

9.50 €

35.00 €

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