Do you know this name? I didn’t either. This is from the Far East and Indonesia Region of the world. With Notes of cedar this is going to be a surprise for most. This coffee is Certified USDA Organic and Rain forest Alliance certified also.
Roast Level: ??
Dark Chocolate, Cedar and Brown Sugar
Elevation : 1220 Meters
Varietals: Catimor, Timor Hybirds, Typica
Process: Wet Hulled
Drying: Patio and Sun beds
Harvest Start Month: June
Export Start: October
The Island of Flores was first Discovered by the Portuguese in the early 15th century. The Ngada District is where most coffee is grown and located on the slopes of the Inerie Volcano. Within Ngada, Coffee is grown on an estimated 6000 hectares of which 90% is Arabica coffee. Coffee tree varieties include a high percentage of S795 Flores, Typica, Catimor and Timor Hybrids with shade trees such as Bamboo and Juria varietal. All coffee is grown and processed by a co-op organized by the farmers. There are now 12 different Co-ops in Bajawa all working together, to produce wonderful coffee with a smooth body and overwhelming, syrupy chocolate flavors.