15 Oct '15, 9am

I know you love a coffee with a great picture so how about a new Indo with a swimming goat?

I know you love a coffee with a great picture so how about a new Indo with a swimming goat?

TOARCO owns the Pedamaran plantation, which is at 900 – 1,250 metres above sea level, and purchases wet-parchment (at 40% moisture) from small producers at 1,200 – 1,800 m.a.s.l. Coffee is driven to Pedamaran plantation immediately and gets dried on patios at their mill facilities. If a producer wants to sell their parchment coffee to TOARCO they have to get certified to TOARCO's standards for selective-picking, storage, transportation, moisture levels, etc. Farmers are issued ID cards that allow them to sell their coffee at various purchasing points in the Tana Toraja region, during the market of the week.

Full article: http://www.hasbean.co.uk/products/sulawesi-toraja-jaya-wa...

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