On the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, not far from the village Kalossi, the high-altitude volcanic soil is perfect for growing coffee. Known for its rich, earthy body and smooth finish, this bean features delightful berry flavor notes and a heady, exotic aroma. Like other Indonesian coffees, Sulawesi Kalossi has a very low acidity, and thus, it makes for an excellent morning coffee. Give your palate the royal treatment with this silky brew!
- fine indonesian coffee
nice addition and pleasant change of pace from the columbian supremo i have been drinking.
need i say that the taste characteristics are heavy on the tongue that a typical indonesian has., and the after taste is also typical of the indonesians, muted flavors on the aftetaste of tabbaco.
i don't know why there are not more reviews for some of these coffees. they really are what i always consicered a coffee should taste like.”
“taste description: less earthy than sumatra. has tones of bakers chocolate and a hint of tobacco.
- Outstanding Bean
I find that my "taster" is better adjusted in the afternoon versus the early morning.
Bottom line, I used to equate depth of roast with "better flavor." In the case of premium beans like this Sulawesi, that is not the case. The richness, smoothness, and complexity are fully alive in this regular roast.
“My two-cents worth: This regular roast Sulawesi Kalossi exhibits a finer palatte of flavors and aromas than the Dark Roast Sulawesi. I'm certain that the Regular Roast aftertaste is much more refined and "roasty," lasting for upwards of two minutes. Maybe the additional roasting time tends to mute some of the nuances of this wonderful terroir. Pour yourself a half-cup and just sip this brew and enjoy.
- A full bodied coffee
I HAD my first cup and wow it was good.
“Zounds! My wife and I were simply looking for a simple coffee with a taste to bust through my wife's creamers.