Indonesian coffee has traditionally been processed with the Giling-Basahmethod, or wet-hulled like Sumatra. In 1976 TOARCO, a Japanese-Indonesian joint-venture, introduced to Sulawesi the traditional washed-process, similar to Central America. TOARCO owns Pedamaran Plantation at 900-1250 masl and purchases wet-parchment (at 40% moisture) from small producers at 1200 – 1800 masl. Coffee is trucked to PedamaranPlantation immediately and coffee gets dried on patios at their mill facilities. If a producer wants to sell their parchment coffee to TOARCO they need to…
Hope you have a great New Year’s!!! We will be open 7am-2pm Wednesday the 31st, closed Thursday for New Years, and open 9am-5pm on Friday January the 1st 2015!!. Our regular hours will continue starting Saturday.