Celebes Toraja, grown in the mountainous area near the center of the island, is one of the most famous. Coffees from Sulawesi are processed using the dry method and possess an intriguing combination of sweetness and earthiness. They are low in acidity with a deep body resembling maple syrup. These coffees are more expensive than Sumatran coffees because of small yields and the fierce demand for this coffee in Japan.
The small farm “Coffee Gardens” of New Guinea have a unique wild note in the cup but are in no way earthy as other Indonesian coffee. Papua New Guinea is light in character has a good and delicate notes.