Besides being famous for its natural beauty, Bali is renowned for its Kintamani coffee.

It has a unique taste compared to other types of coffee. The coffee comes from an area with an altitude above 900 asl, supported by the agroecosystem of the Kintamani. Bali's climate is very suitable for growing Arabica coffee, and with its known homogeneous farming system, the Kintamani's coffee trees are planted alongside other trees (usually vegetables and citrus). The tree is combined with other plants under a shade tree, then managed simultaneously and given organic fertilizer.

Kintamani Balinese coffee is a fresh sour taste like citrus without leaving an aftertaste in the mouth. The body is medium with very strong and sweet scent.

Bali Kintamani

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Name Origin: Bali Kintamani, Bali Island, Indonesia

Region: Bangli / 1200 masl

Process: Fully Washed

Varietal: Kopyol

Harvest: March- July