Strong and thinly acidic, fruity taste of apricot.
Very strong, full-bodied and bitter, roasted taste.
Bourbon, Typica, Catimor
The history of coffee dates back to the 17th century and is closely linked to the colonial past of the archipelago. Since the first coffee beans were imported by the Dutch in 1699, Indonesia has generated an important market, producing splendid grand cru's and becoming what now is the fourth biggest coffee producing country in the world. This Kalosi is harvested on the tablelands in the South of the isle of Sulawesi. There coffee cultivation was restarted in the 1970's by Japanes who recognized the massive potential of the region. The dark roast grants it an incomparable intensity.
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