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Bali Paradise Valley Coffee

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I'm afraid to say that this was a one-time seasonal offering. I'm keeping my eyes on our importer, but at this point, we do not see being able to stock this coffee again.


Tasting Notes


The moment that I first tasted this coffee, I learned something significant.  When your importer says, "everyone has been excited about" a coffee, don't turn it down.  In November of last year, I asked if there were any new great coffees that I should sample and this was the first coffee that was suggested.  Since I'd never tried coffee from Bali before and knew we'd have to get new stamps and update some artwork to add a country, I decided not to try it.  A couple of months later I had the same exchange with my importer and decided it must be time to give it a try.  I'm so glad I did.

This coffee gives you everything you want to have in a great Indonesian coffee.  It is a heavy coffee with a lot of flavors.  The smooth mango blends perfectly with the caramel sweetness.  It has a very heavy body, and I think this coffee will be a favorite for many of our regulars.  If you like the Sumatra offerings, you'll love this Bali coffee.


Highlights:

Roast Level: Full City (Dark)
Processing: Semi Washed Process
Region: Paradise Valley
Flavor Notes: Mango, Carmel, Heavy Body
Certification: Direct Trade
Farm Multiple
Altitude 1500m
Grade 1

About The Farm / Origin

Eight degrees south of the equator, among the chain of tropical islands that make up Indonesia, lies the beautiful island of Bali. Rising above the steamy jungles are villages settled along the high altitude volcanic peaks that offer ideal conditions for growing coffee trees. The Balinese believe that happiness is as a result of maintaining a good relationship with both people and environment. This belief system is evident in the meticulous work that goes into planting, harvesting, and sorting the beans, all by hand.


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