Background Info

Unlike most other places in Indonesia, like Java and Sumatra, coffee growing in Bali wasn’t established by the Dutch. Instead we can thank traders from Lombok for the coffee growing in Bali today, as it was them who brought the first coffee plants to Bali in the beginning of the 20th century. Most of the coffee grows on the rich volcanic soil of mount Batur. 

Technical Details

  • Name: Bali Arabica
  • Area: Kintamani area, Bali
  • Production method: wet or dry processed
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What We Offer

We can offer a Bali Arabica with several characteristics:

# Grade 1 (max. 11 defects per 300 g)

# Wet processed (WP) or dry processed (DP)

# Certified Rainforest Alliance or Fair Trade