Located in the Tana Toraja Regency of South Sulawesi, a well-regarded coffee growing region, the farmers who produced this lot live and work along the slopes of the Sesean Mountain range. On its eastern slope, cherry is brought down to the market town of Minanga, while on the west the cherry arrives in Sapan for processing.
Prior to 2015, these farmers had been processing the coffee themselves, but since then the establishment of the Cooperative of Toraja Coffee Growers has provided the community with support services from education to infrastructure.
After ripe cherries are picked, it's poured into flotation tank to remove all unripe floaters, then it's depulped and ferment for 24 hours. It's washed with clean water again to remove all mucilage and sundied on raised beds for 7-14 days.
This is a crisply sweet & clean Indonesian coffee, with aromas of sultana raisin, rosehip, roselle and purple floral. Medium body and decent malic acidity Guava finish.