Another batch of Sulawesi Toaraco Seletan Peaberry has just been roasted and ready… in time for your weekend home-coffee-brewing!
This coffee is part of a relatively emerging processing method in Indonesia. Rather than using the wet-processed Giling Basa, this coffee is “dry hulled.” This is closer to what you find in Central America or Africa, and it produces a similar cup. This coffee was harvested from about 1500 meters, where a sweeter, more Central American-ish profile can be captured.
In the cup it’s apple, starfruit, and green grape with a caramel and honey sweetness. A wonderful surprise for an Indonesian coffee!