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Bali - Toya Bungkah
THE ESTATE RANGE
Traceability: Farm
A coffee produced at a plantation combining a specific terroir anda producer’s unique know-how, expressing a history and a vision.
Quality
83+
Quantity
Very limited
Education points
50
Estate range
ESTATE
Bali - Toya Bungkah
Klasik Beans Bali
Bali
Indonesia
Producer
Klasik Beans
Altitude
900 - 1100 m
Environment
Species
arabica
Varietal
Red caturra , Timor hybrid , Line S , Typica
Harvest period
May to August
Harvest type
Manual
Process
70% semi lavé / 30% nature
Drying
On African beds
Sensory profile
« With its fruity (tropical fruits) and lemony nose, this coffee provides great citric acidity and an interesting complexity. On the palate we can discover its nice full body on chocolaty, honey, apricot and lemony notes, followed by a red fruit and orange finish. »
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THE ESTATE RANGE
Traceability: Farm
A coffee produced at a plantation combining a specific terroir and a producer’s unique know-how, expressing a history and a vision.
Quality
83+
Quantity
Very limited
Education points
50

ABOUT

All our Bali coffees come from the Kintamini plateau, situated in the centre of the island at the foot of Mount Batur.

As it is the lowest altitude region in Indonesia, we decided to work with the Klasik Beans cooperative to develop a grade 1 micro lot for espresso. It is a blend of 70% semi washed and 30% natural.

Our coffee is processed exclusively by Yon, Klasik Beans' partner on the island of Bali, ensuring complete traceability for these preparations. Produced from typica, caturra, line S and Timor hybrid varieties, Yon brings in mature cherries from several producers in Bali, before preparing them. In Indonesia, the "semi-washed" process actually corresponds to a fully washed coffee from East Africa.

KLASIK BEANS BALI

Klasik Beans is a cooperative founded in 2008 by a group of producers in Puntang on the island of Java. This small cooperative shares a similar philosophy to Belco in terms of quality and respect for people and the environment. The cooperative has set itself the objective of helping to preserve Indonesia’s cultural heritage through the creation of organic, sustainable, fair trade coffees. Production must comply with good agricultural practices (nowadays almost 100% organic and fully shade-grown).
Their main sites, Banding and Puntang, are in Java but they also have washing stations at Pacet and Ciwidey.
They have also established themselves on the islands of Bali, Flores and Sulawesi by creating partnerships with local producers.
On the island of Bali, Klasik Beans has teamed up with a farmer named Yon who processes coffee on land donated by the cooperative. He also has a beautiful hostel at the foot of Mount Batur. He shares values with Klasik Beans that are totally in line with his philosophy – he has even had the cooperative’s slogan tattooed on his body.


Ground
Volcanique

Rainfall

Temperature

Humidity

Shadow
Oui

Preparation

The coffee is pulped and then dry-fermented (in water-free containers) for 12 hours. The coffee is then washed and dried. This is the most commonly used process after Wet-Hulled for arabicas.

KLASIK BEANS BALI

Strengths

Hybride du timor | 70% semi lavé / 30% nature

The history of the producer

The story
of the producer

Indonesia is a country as large as Europe with a fabulous wealth of terroirs and different preparations.
Amidst this great diversity, we are lucky to have partnered with the Klasik Beans Cooperative. A pioneer in the production of high-quality coffees, this cooperative takes a philosophical approach to coffee inspired by the vision of its founder, Eko: to work the land with respect for nature and humankind, hide nothing and remain independent!

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