Seattle Coffee Works’s Bali Kintamani Highlands, with an Agtron reading of 76, is a mild coffee, noted for its lack of oil on the surface of the coffee beans. It has a lighter body than an Espresso Roast or French roast, with more acidity, a bit of a floral flavor, and no bitterness.
Bali Kintamani Highlands is a type of Single Farm coffee which is a term used for coffee that is produced by a single farmer, mill, or co-operative. By producing it on one site, Single Farm provides consumers with the ability to trace the origin of the beans from crop to cup.
Coffees like Seattle Coffee Works’s Bali Kintamani Highlands that are sourced from Asia are low in acidity, full-bodied, and provide a moderately heavy mouthfeel. They are dark roasted which gives them a flavor like no other containing notes of dark chocolate and spices.
Bali Kintamani Highlands is a well-established brand when it comes to coffee. Their operations are based in Seattle, Washington but they source their coffee beans from Central Bali, Indonesia to produce Bali Kintamani Highlands. If you want more information regarding the roasters, you can get in with them by contacting them on 206-340-8867 or by visiting their website www.seattlecoffeeworks.com.