You don’t have to know where Sulawesi is to enjoy this heavy-bodied coffee with a low, balanced acidity, but we will tell you anyway. This coffee comes from Indonesia’s 3rd largest island, an island famous for its marvelous beaches, mysterious forests, and, of course, its heavy-bodied, breathtaking, wonderful coffee with an aroma so sweet you may find yourself booking a ticket on the next light to the island. Farmers can thank the mountainous landscape for providing such a dynamic and optimal location for growing some of the world’s best coffee. Named “Sulawesi” (“sula” meaning “island” and “besi” meaning “iron”) because of its rich iron deposits, we here at Knickerbocker Coffee Co. have sent numerous letters to the Indonesian government asking them to rename the island to “Sulacoffee,” a name we think would be pretty appropriate.
12 Ounces makes about a month’s worth of coffee for a person (or animal, we don’t segregate against the four-legged) who drinks about a cup per day.