Formally known as Celebes, Sulawesi was under Dutch control from the early 1600’s until World War II.  Coffee production was introduced and controlled by the Dutch East Indies company with the first Typica plants arriving around 1750.

While it’s more well-known neighbor Sumatra processes most of their coffee in the wet hulled method, Sulawesi Producers tend to rely on the more traditional Washed method to process their coffee.

The result of selective picking, strict storage and transportation standards results in a cup that we think bridges the gap of customers who like the heavy, savory and big body of a traditional Indonesian with more “new school” Specialty Drinkers who enjoy a nice fruity flavor and clean cup.