Indo Morning Surf Swell
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- Roast Level – Light
- Acidity – Low
- Body – Balanced but a bit heavier
- Flavor – a Hint of Nuttiness, Spice, Sweet Citrus, and Dark Chocolate Undertones
- Color – Dark
- Caffeine level – Caffeinated
Some of the best coffee in the world comes from Bali - a beautiful volcanic island in the Indonesian Archipelago. Bali’s wet, tropical climate facilitates the nearly-continuous flowering of the coffee crops year-round. The beans that are harvested are typically wet-processed, where the coffee fruit is separated from the bean before drying, leading to a brighter, more robust, earthy taste.
Deep in Bali’s Kintamani highlands lies Mount Agung, a legendary volcano that stands as the model of Mount Meru - the Buddhist central axis of the Universe. For millions of years, when Mount Agung erupted, it spewed volcanic ash that vitalized and enriched the soil. Dating back to the 9th century, the Balinese have used the ecologically sustainable Subak irrigation system. The system relies on Tri Hita Karana philosophy, where the irrigation system is built to create a harmonious relationship between people, their natural environment, and with the gods.
Bali is treasured for its lush jungles and breathtaking beaches, offering stunning skylines and legendary swells. Some of the best surf in the world is found on Bali’s southern tip at Uluwatu. “Ulu’s” is actually a cluster of 6 different reef breaks that are known for consistently producing incredible swell. Surfers flock from around the globe to get a taste of paradise.