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Arabica Aceh Gayo

The Gayo highland in Aceh, stretching as long as the back of Mount Barisan on Sumatera island, is one of the top arabica producers in Indonesia. Much to the favour of the fertile volcanic soil, Gayo delivers a distinct and unique coffee quality, the uniqueness that takes coffee enthusiasts to the taste of Ethiopia and Latin America, characterised by the floral notes such as black tea to dried-fruit, though still much in touch with the classic and notable Sumateran Arabica spicy characteristics, consisting the likes of ginger, clove, and lemongrass.

Planted at higher than 1,400 meters above sea level, and upon the crafting of the magnificent hands of the local farmers, Aceh Gayo is undoubtedly one of the best in Indonesia.

  • Origin        : Indonesia
  • Grade         : 1,2,3,4,5
  • Altitude      : 1.100 – 1.800 m.a.s.I
  • Processing : Semi Washed
  • Certificate  : Fairtrade, EU Organic, USDA Organic

Arabica Mandheling

Sumatra Mandheling Coffee is one of the four common types of Arabica coffee. While most coffees are named after the growing region or country, Mandheling coffee is named after the Mandailing people who traditionally grow and process coffee beans in the Tapanuli region.

Mandheling coffee grows at elevations of up to 5,000 feet and as low as 2,500 feet above sea level near Padang in west-central Indonesia. Later, the news spread to Japan, and then his name got stuck when traders started asking about purchasing Mandheling coffee from Sumatra.

  • Origin        : Indonesia
  • Grade         : 1,2,3,4,5
  • Altitude      : 1.200 – 1.600 m.a.s.I
  • Processing : Semi Washed
  • Certificate  : Fairtrade, EU Organic, USDA Organic
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Arabica Lintong

Lintong Arabica coffee is Arabica coffee originating from North Sumatra, precisely in Humbang Hasundutan district. This coffee is one of the best Arabica coffee varieties in Indonesia. How could I not, Lintong coffee has a very unique and distinctive taste and aroma.

Coffee that has been done by this world has quite an interesting history. This coffee has been planted since 1888 in the Bukit Barisan mountains, to be precise, close to Lake Toba. Meanwhile, the largest planting location is in the Lintong Nihuta sub-district, Humbang Hasundutan district.

Lintong coffee is grown at an altitude of 1000-1600 meters above sea level. Good yields when this plant grows in volcanic soils with wet climates. Curious about this typical Sumatran coffee? Come on, look at the following reviews.

  • Origin       : Indonesia
  • Grade        : 1
  • Altitude     : 1.200 – 1.600 m.a.s.I
  • Processing : Semi Washed

Arabica Java Preanger

The history of West Java Arabica which often called JAVA PREANGER and why the term “a Cup of Java” became synonym with “a Cup of Coffee” dated back to 17th century when West Java was still part of the Dutch colony, was chosen as the first coffee cultivation place outside Arabia and Ethiopia because of its mountaineous lands’ fertile volcanic soil with altitudes ranging from 1,200 to 1,800 metres above sea level. In the 1700s, coffee from West Java was first exported and was very well received. JAVA PREANGER was reputable for being the premium component in the world’s oldest and most well-known coffee blend, the MOCHA JAVA.

The province of West Java with a population of over 45 million people is called tanah Sunda or tanah Priangan (translated to land of Sunda or land of Preanger), hence the name of coffee from West Java is called JAVA PREANGER.

JAVA PREANGER coffee has a superior distinctive taste because of the use of a variety of coffee beans which are able to adapt to the local environment as well as the region’s long history of coffee cultivation. Even now, the cherries and beans are brought down to processing facilities on scooters through steep roads. The high elevations, rainfall and cooler temperatures give the JAVA PREANGER a much sweeter, herbally, and flowery taste with low to medium acidity, medium body with chocolaty caramel after taste and nutty caramel aroma.

  • Origin       : Indonesia
  • Grade        : 1,2,3
  • Altitude     : 1.200 – 1.800 m.a.s.I
  • Processing : Fully Washed, Semi Washed
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