For coffee fanatics, a cup of coffee is an essential part of daily life, and often a loyal companion at critical times. Indonesia has many regions that produce great-tasting coffee, but the variety most sought after by foreign coffee lovers is Toraja coffee beans. Toraja Coffee is one of the best coffees in the world. Toraja coffee is believed to be of the very highest quality. Its unique taste provides incomparable enjoyment to true coffee lovers. So it’s not surprising that many famous coffee shops always offer “Toraja Coffee” as part of their coffee menu.
Toraja Coffee is pure Arabica Coffee harvested from a very dedicated coffee plantation, roasted by the experienced roasters with strict quality control to get the complex aromatic profile into the maximum and only pure 100% Toraja Arabica coffee that will end up in your perfect cup of coffee.
Toraja coffee is known for its high body, low acidity, a multidimensional pleasant aromatic character, spice, sweetness and very mellow aftertaste, which will linger on the palate for many, many minutes.
In Toraja, South Sulawesi, coffee is the most important crop produced by the local people. Toraja coffees can come from anywhere in the Tana Toraja highlands, It is grown at altitudes of 1400 to 1900 meters.
Toraja coffee is a large part exported to Japan. A Japanese company, PT Toarco Jaya Tbk, a subsidiary of Kee Coffee, one of Japan’s biggest coffee bar chains, is the only foreign company in Toraja that has long been exporting Toraja coffee beans to Japan to share this special satisfaction with its customers. They not only buy Toraja coffee beans but also provide extensive assistance to the local community through agricultural outreach programs: how to plant and grow coffee properly, including post-harvest processing, to achieve the best possible result and thus maintain the high quality of the Toraja coffee beans.
According to Yoshihasi, head of Kee Coffee in Japan, Toraja coffee beans are the number one favorite with Japanese coffee lovers. “The flavor provides an incomparable sensation for true coffee lovers.”
So how do you like your coffee?