Bali

Bali

Coffee from the Indonesian island of Bali was formerly sold exclusively to the Japanese market. Perhaps it is the changing face of world economics that finds the first exports of Balinese coffee arriving in the United States. Based on how widely it is offered, it is still not clear how an island with very limited coffee areas produces so much coffee...in other words, it's not all from Bali. Also, there is very little coffee grown here at respectable altitudes, and at lower than 1250 meters tends to taste very low grown in the cup.

But sometimes Bali coffees can be sophisticated and well-prepared. They are washed (wet-processed) like neighboring coffees from Java, East Timor and Papua New Guinea. The cup has traces of the earthy Indonesian island character, but only in the background. It is a classic, clean cup, with great body and mildness.

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  • Bali Organic Kintamani Agung

    Kintamani Agung is a medium-bodied cup, with earthy sweetness and tropical highlights. Its a low acid coffee, and being wet-hulled, cups closer to Sumatra than some neighboring coffees who have a washed coffee tradition. City+ to Full City+. Learn More
    $6.55
    /lb
    (or less)

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