The Indonesian island of Bali is pristine: chemical fertilizers and pesticides are outright illegal. The coffee is grown on the volcanic soil up in the mountains, and processed in traditional Indonesian wet-hulled method. The result is a rare and special coffee that is rich and warming. Walk around with a mug of Bali and you'll feel on top of the world, confident, showing off.
This is a dark roast, similar to Sumatra, but this coffee has a distinct taste specific to Bali Island. It doesn't have the "earthiness" of Sumatra, but it does have some spicy, root, rustic Indonesian attributes.
Tasting Notes: Bali Blue Moon -- licorice root, spice, cocoa, thick body, low acid