This is a semi-washed coffee. In Indonesia, the "semi-washed" process actually corresponds to a fully washed coffee from East Africa. The coffee is pulped and then dry-fermented (in water-free containers) overnight. The coffee is then washed and dried. This is the most commonly used process after Wet-Hulled for arabicas.
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!