Organic Sulawesi Rantekarua Estate
Altitude: 1400-1700 m
Process: Wet Hulled then sun dried
Flavors: Being a very complex coffee, this particular coffee has a full, molasses-like body with cocoa and licorice notes. Sweeter than a Sumatra, this coffee is known for its earthiness and low acidic level
Highlighted Brewing Methods: Espresso
Certifications: USDA Organic
Giving Back: We have made contact with coffee growers in Sulawesi! A portion of all sales will go directly back to the Sulawesi Coffee Project. Project overseers, Barrett and Cliff have worked in Sulawesi for 9 years. They are now wanting to begin growing and exporting high quality coffee. Being faith-minded, they aim to reach out to the Sulawesian people to improve their livelihood and increase the quality of the coffee growing process.
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Altitude: 1299-1699 m
Process: Wet Hulled then sun dried to 40% moisture
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Roast Level: Dark (Full City)
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Certifications: Rainforest Alliance