Sulawesi, another of Indonesia’s islands famous for its Arabica coffees. The Island boasts three highland regions producing beautiful Arabicas; Toraja, Kalossi and Mamasa.
Kalossi Arabica is produced in the highlands south of Tanah Toraja in the region of Enrekang. The coffee owes its name to the regions capital city Kalosi. The high altitude and volcanic soil is perfect for growing coffee and the yearly production ranges from 5,000 to 10,000 tons.
All Kalossi Arabicas are produced with washed (giling basah) method used in North Sumatra. This produces a coffee known for its rich, earthy body and smooth finish. The bean features delightful berry flavour notes and an exotic aroma and like other Indonesian coffees, Kalossi Arabica has a very low acidity.