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Are you a coffee enthusiast searching for high-quality raw coffee beans? Look no further than WSM Harvest, your top raw coffee bean supplier from Indonesia.

WSM Harvest is a coffee plantation and processing company that has been producing premium quality coffee. We are  dedication to quality, sustainability, and fair trade practices.

One of the reasons why WSM Harvest’s raw coffee beans stand out is our meticulous cultivation process. Our coffee plants are grown using sustainable and eco-friendly practices, ensuring that the coffee beans are of the highest quality. The coffee cherries are carefully handpicked and processed, allowing the beans to retain our natural flavor and aroma.

WSM Harvest offers a wide variety of coffee beans, including Arabica, Robusta, and specialty coffee. We also offer several processing methods, such as natural, honey, and fully washed, each with its own unique flavor profile.

1. Robusta Pupuan

Our coffee character has Medium Body, because the place to plant coffee plants is close to the cacao garden which can affect the taste of the coffee. Robusta coffee from Pupuan, Tabanan Bali is known to have a distinctive taste because it is grown using the method of intercropping with cocoa (chocolate) plants. Most of industry use this kind of coffee because its price and also the huge amount of productions.

2. Arabica Kintamani

Arabica Kintamani coffee is produced from arabica coffee plants grown in the Kintamani highlands, with an altitude of 900m above sea level. Located on the slopes of the Batur volcano, Kintamani has cold and dry air with high rainfall. This condition makes the arabica coffee plants produced are superior varieties. Furthermore, the coffee tree is combined with other plants. With a distinctive taste, namely citrus aroma and low acidity, this coffee is in great demand by foreign consumers.

The taste of Arabica Kintamani Bali coffee can be said to be not too bitter, or astringent. This is due to the high concern of the Balinese Kintamani farmers regarding the picking and picking procedures during harvesting. Interestingly, harvesting is done manually, namely by hand. This is intended to get the quality of red logs, which is the best quality of beans for Kintamani coffee. In general, the taste defects of this Kintamani coffee are rarely found.