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Indonesian Coffees

Indonesian coffees offer a consistency unmatched by others. They are always low in acidity and extremely full-bodied with exotic, earthy flavors. They are often chosen as the perfect dinner or dessert coffee.

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  • This coffee is grown in the Kintamani Highlands on the island of Bali between 4200-5600 feet. The notes are syrupy, bakers chocolate with a hint of cedar.

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  • This coffee originates from the town of Bajawa in the Ngada district on the Island of Flores in Southeast Asia. It’s grown around 4500 feet, sun dried and wet hulled. The cupping notes are bakers’ chocolate, syrupy, black pepper.

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  • The French roast version of this local favorite helps bring out notes of bakers chocolate and earthy, spicy flavors for a smooth cup.

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  • A local favorite with low acidity, this coffee comes from the Mysore Cooreg region of India. Exposure to the Indian monsoon winds gives it notes of baker’s chocolate and earthy, spicy flavors.

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  • This shade-grown coffee comes from Curah Tatal and Kayumas on the island of Java in Indonesia. It grows at altitudes between 2900 and 5000 feet. Sun-dried on bamboo mats, this coffee has notes of baker’s chocolate and black licorice.

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  • A full-bodied bright flavor with hints of mango and papaya.

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  • Among the world’s finest and most popular coffees, these French Roasted beans are also grown at 4500 feet in Toba, Sumatra.  They provide a coffee with low acidity and a rich, syrupy, full-bodied flavor.

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  • Among the world’s finest and most popular coffees, these French Roasted beans are also grown at 4500 feet in Toba, Sumatra. They provide a coffee with low acidity and a rich, syrupy, full-bodied flavor.

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  • This coffee from Toba, Sumatra is shade-grown at an altitude of 4500 feet. It is sun-dried and wet-hulled with cupping notes of baker’s chocolate, hints of licorice, and a delicious syrupy quality.

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