Toraja Coffee


Kopi Toraja also know as Toraja Coffee is a type of Arabica coffee produced only in the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.

This island is famous for producing high quality coffees in its three highland regions: Toraja, Kalossi and Mamasa. Toraja Arabica owes its name to the central highlands of Southern Sulawesi called Tanah Toraja. The coffee is produced at an altitude between 1,000 to 1,700 m.a.s.l. and the yearly production ranges from 5,000 to 10,000 tons.

A good Toraja is well-balanced with undertones of ripe fruit and dark chocolate, making it slightly sweeter than Arabica’s from north Sulawesi. The coffee has a low acidity, though it is slightly more acidic and with less body than the Sumatra Arabica. It is also often earthier than Java Arabica.


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Identification: Identification Code of Agro Resources Indonesia
Nature of product : Arabica coffee
Origin : Toraja.
Altitude : 1500 m
Identification: Class 1 – 6,5 – 7 mm
Washing : Dry washing
A/DP/grade 1/L : Arabica, Dry processed, High quality, large Bean



Dried green beans are classified as “Extra class” and “Class 1” Coffee beans in those classes have
superior quality. The total of allowed defected beans should not be more than 10%, and the nature of defects should not affect the general appearance of the product, the taste preservation and presentation in the package.



Before export the products are controlled by the Indonesian department of agriculture.

The content of each package are uniform and contain only coffee bean of the same origin, variety, quality and size.