Heavy-bodied, spicy medium roast that is low in acid due to the "monsooning" process. When coffee was brought by sailing ships from the East to Europe, it took about six months to make the trip- during which time coffee aged in the moist ocean air- acquiring a unique flavor. India has recreated this aging process with open warehouses that let in the Monsoon winds, which after six weeks' time turn the green beans a golden yellow, a color that accompanies a mellowing of the cup and deepened intensity of flavor.
Sulawesi (Celebes Kalossi), Seko Toraja, Grade 1. Grown in the volcanic highlands of central Sulawasi (Indonesia) this coffee is robust and in this case exceptional (coffees from this region can be inconsistent). In addition, this particular coffee is unique because it is grown up against a burial site! Take a look at the photo, That wall is a mausoleum that holds the bodies of late local citizens. Unfortunately we could only get 2 bags of this so don't delay!