The Kintamani Highlands on Bali Island are actually where almost of their coffee is grown, but somehow "Blue Moon" became the brand for their normal harvest and "Kintamani" became their brand for their small natural processed lots. You normally would not natural-process an Indonesian coffee. For one thing, you have to keep it dry, and it rains almost every day in Indonesia.
However, the result is a coffee that has chocolate and fruit and sweetness as if it were an African coffee, but rich mouthfeel and low acidity as is typical of Indonesian coffee. No earthiness, but a great sweet chocolate covered strawberry flavor and a really nice sweet aftertaste.
They are a small island, with a limited production, and very little of it is sundried, so for that reason this is a short-lived seasonal coffee.
Bali Kintamani Natural Tasting Notes: Smooth, Chocolate, Strawberry, Sweet