We’ve never seen an Indonesian coffee offered at Ladro, so this is indeed a special roast. Notes of savory ginger, earthy spice, and syrupy passion fruit make this roast an affair to remember.
This coffee is special: grown wild on highlands owned by the native Tairora people. Our trade relationship means that Tairora aren’t selling this valuable land for logging or other purposes.
"Spice is nice. More coffees need to try things like ginger! Loved it as a cappuccino " (4 out of 5)
"This was a perfectly smooth lightly fruity cup with spicy undertones. Loved it. " (5 out of 5)
"I liked this well enough but I'm not a lover of passion fruit so any note of that put me off a little before trying it. The more earthy, spice notes came through strongest for me so I ended up enjoying it more than I thought I would." (4 out of 5)
"Muy bueno su sabor frutal es exquisito , sus notas especiadas sutiles " (5 out of 5)
"Passion fruit... YES. If there is still some of this floating around you need to try it. I brew in an aero press. Had to use a few less beans than normal (because i like a lighter grind), and it was perfect. Every flavor that was promised. " (5 out of 5)
"The passionfruit gives it a delicate sweetness. That, paired with the subtle spice makes this a favorite. If you like lighter roasts, with an air of sweetness, I highly recommend it!" (5 out of 5)
""Made this in a Chemex. This is a very light roast but its sweetness makes this an absolute winner. " (4 out of 5)
"Brewed in French press. Labeled as the lightest roast. Tastes great, smooth, full bodied, no grassy overtones. Definitely earthy as described, but overall a great coffee for anyone regardless of the type of roast you typically prefer." (4 out of 5)
"This is a very light roast & a very sweet coffee. The flavor is definitely strong & bright--it's a mix of fruity and earthy/grassy. The spice taste comes out more in the aftertaste of the coffee, which is a pleasant taste. Made it with a moka." (4 out of 5)