Grown in mountainous Tana Toraja region, South Sulawesi, Toraja coffee is recognized as a masterpiece throughout the world for its relatively low yet vibrant acidity. If other coffees leave a bitter aftertaste, Toraja's bitterness vanishes in seconds. You might find a bit rustic sweetness in the cup profile with a hint of fruity and pungent spicy quality at the same time. The White Eagle refers to the old growth of the Typica trees in this region, some of which are nearly 250 years old and the coffee was such named after the sacred symbol of the Toraja people. Production from these trees is not very significant, but the quality is outstanding. They are grown at higher elevations and also not with banana trees. Instead, they are dispersed through the jungle canopy.