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The coffee capital of Indonesia is known as the Kintamani highlands, and it’s
located on Mount Agung’s giant volcanic plateau, nearly 1,700 meters above sea level. This wet-hulled bean is grown in mineral-rich soil among citrus trees––Erythrina, Albizia, tangerine, and orange––which provide an adequate amount of shade to keep the coffee plants healthy. Laws prohibit pesticide usage in Bali, so all fertilizers are 100% organic. Coffee production in Bali is
currently overseen by the Subak Abian, a traditional farming cooperative that manages agriculture, technology, and even religious practices. Due to the SA’s influence, coffee-growing stages have drastically improved, and Bali’s economy has a fantastic standing.


Tasting Notes:  Lots of body and high acidity with notes of strawberry, watermelon, papaya and cane sugar giving it a very sweet taste.


~14 ounce bag  (medium roast or dark roast)  About enough for a 12 cup pot a day, for one week. 

Indonesian Organic Kintamani

    • Variety: Bourbon, Typica, Catimor
    • Organic: yes
    • Brightness:  5
    • Body:  7
    • Complexity: 6
    • Sweetness:  7
    • Fruity:  5
    • Flowery: 0
    • Chocolatey:  0
    • Earthy:  4
    • Winey:  2
  • You can buy our coffee at:

    1) Harbel's Market (Firestone Farm) on Saturdays (10am-2pm). 

    2) Lamppost Farms on Saturdays.

    3) The Dutch Cupboard on 14895 South Ave. Ste A, Columbiana, OH 44408, right behind Das Dutch Haus.

    You can purchase mail order, and you can choose to pickup your coffee order at Columbiana Microgreens.

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