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                                                                              Indonesia Sulawesi - Kaloosi 89                           


One of the most under appreciated coffees in the world, this coffee has a medium to heavy body reminiscent of Sumatra coffee.  This coffee is a cousin of Sumatra coffee and offers a hint of vanilla with a bit of a caramel finish.  It is a full smooth coffee that is full bodied, rich with a fresh light aroma.  Don’t let this coffee foul you!  Sulawesi coffee is a great coffee for coffee drinkers who like their coffee rich but not too strong.  This coffee is wonderful for the milk and sugar coffee drinkers!




                                     Recommend Roast: Bold              Aroma: Strong/Rich          Flavor: Smooth

                                     Appearance: Clean                         Body: Rich                       Fragrance: Fresh




    Coffee drinkers who drink this coffee enjoy: Columbia Vintage Supremo     Brazil Cerrado  

                                                                                                Indonesia Sumatra Lintong      Ethiopia Yirgartheffe

  Sulawesi (formerly known as Celebes) is one of the four larger Sunda Islands of Indonesia and is situated between Borneo and the Maluku Islands.Sulawesi (the former Celebes) and Timor.  The cultivation of coffee in Indonesia has a 300 years history; which is closely related to the Dutch colonial rule.

 Coffee has a colorful history, and has played an important part in the growth of the country. Indonesia is blessed with an ideal geography for coffee growing. The longitude and latitude of the country means that the island origins are all well suited micro-climates for the growth and production of coffee.  The most important coffee producing regions are found on the Islands of Java and Sumatra.  The Sulawesi coffee comes from a mountainous region near the base of the southwestern finger of the island, north of the port of Ujung Padang.


A bit of history of the coffee with two names from the same region of growth.

The region and the coffee, Toraja, are named after the indigenous people of the region. The coffee is also called Kalossi, after the regional market town.  Same great coffee with two difference names.  Long, long, time ago  Sulawesi arabica coffee used to be grown strictly in the mountains in the center of the island of Sulawesi.  Toraja is the mountainous area where the coffee is grown,

and Kalossi is the small town in central Sulawesi which serves as the collection point for the coffee from that area.  The coffee from this region may come from a coffee plantation or small family coffee farms. The coffee has the a smooth, vibrant taste and balance medium aftertaste, which makes it a good after dinner or evening coffee.

There are some who refer to the coffee as Sulawesi Taraja and some call it Sulawesi Kalossi. There are others who still refer to it as Celebes (the old Dutch colonial name for the island).  


Same coffee, same great taste!