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  • BALI KINTAMANI AND BALI PUPUAN, BALI

    BALI KINTAMANI AND BALI PUPUAN, BALI

    Bali Coffee is originated from Brazil and harvested in Kintamani Bali. This coffee is well known in South East Asia, but widely known in coffee gourmet fans after 1980 era.  Bali Coffee is made from the finest Indonesian coffee beans. Usually coffee from Bali has this fruity notes.

  • BLUE BATAK, NORTH SUMATRA

    BLUE BATAK, NORTH SUMATRA

    Sumatra Blue Batak hails from the Lintong region of Sumatra, an island in western Indonesia, just south of the large volcanic Lake Toba. The coffee takes its name from the Batak tribe who live together in architecturally-distinct homes with pointed roofs and upsweeping roof ridges. The Batak people from Northern and Central Sumatra have been producing coffee around the Lake Toba since coffee was first brought to Indonesia in the late 1600’s. Our Blue Batak coffee comes from a collaboration of a hundred small holder producers around the end of the lake in the Lintong region between 1200- 1600 meters above sea level.

  • JAMPIT, SUNDA HEJO, BLAWAN - JAVA

    JAMPIT, SUNDA HEJO, BLAWAN - JAVA

    Jampit Java's Arabica coffee production is centered on the Ijen Plateau, at the eastern end of Java, at an altitude of more than 1,400 meters. The coffee is primarily grown on large estates built by the Dutch in the 18th century. These estates transport ripe cherries quickly to their mills after harvest. Jampit is a favorite amongs the Japanese, and usually exported to Japan. This beans has bold Winey taste. Full body and sweet aftertaste.

     

    Sunda Hejo is from West Java. This beans is a special beans because it's almost extinct. This 'ancient' beans are from the Dutch colony era that founded in the land of Sunda.

  • JURIA, FLORES - NTB

    JURIA, FLORES - NTB

    This 'Sacred' coffee first cultivated in1944, by a young man from Manggarai and he went to Maccasar University in Sulawesi to study. His name was Rudolph. After finishing his studies, Rudolph  returned with coffee seeds and presented them to the farmers in his hometown. He named the coffee “Juria”. Located on 1200-1400m above sea level, this coffee classified rare.

    Our Juria notes are Caramelized Milk Chocolate and Nutty.

  • LAKE TAWAR, NORTH SUMATRA

    LAKE TAWAR, NORTH SUMATRA

    Coffees from the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra are admired for their complex earth, fruit and aromatic wood note. This beans also had the similar characteristic, but with notes of clove and cardamom and sweet finish.

  • OVERSEAS BEANS

    OVERSEAS BEANS

    Yes we also roast coffee beans from outside of Indonesia. Our selections are :

    - Columbia Saint Augustine

    - Guatemala Diamond

    - Guatemala Cardamomo

    - Brazil Cerrado

    - Kenya Masai

  • SILIMAKUTA, NORTH SUMATRA

    SILIMAKUTA, NORTH SUMATRA

    Silimakuta is a small community in the Lake Toba region of Mandheling, Sumatra that sits at roughly 5000 feet above sea level.

  • SIRISIRISI, NORTH SUMATRA

    SIRISIRISI, NORTH SUMATRA

    Sirisirisi is a village under the region of Dolok Sanggul, North Sumatra. This area’s altitude ranges from 800 up to 1,700 meters (2,600 up to 5,600 ft) above sea level. Arabica coffee trees are maintained on the higher parts of the region, from 1,500 up to 1,700 meters (5,000 up to 5,600 ft) above sea level, some of the highest grown coffee in Sumatra.

  • TORAJA PEPASAN AND TORAJA PULUPULU, CELEBES

    TORAJA PEPASAN AND TORAJA PULUPULU, CELEBES

    Toraja Coffee from Sulawesi (Celebes) is a multi-dimensional coffee grown in the southeastern highlands and distinguished by its expansive flavor with a full-bodied richness. Sulawesi Toraja coffee is grown at relatively high altitudes on the island of Sulawesi, which was formerly called Celebes (the Dutch colonial name), located in the middle of the Indonesia's Malay archipelago. For this reason Toraja coffee is also known as Celebes. The best Toraja coffees come from the area's small farms north of Toraja at higher altitudes, and this coffee is generally superior to the coffee grown in more southern areas at lower elevations. We have two types of Single Origin Toraja, which is Toraja Pepasan and Toraja Pulupulu.
                               

  • YELLOW CATURRA AND FLORES MANGGARAI, FLORES

    YELLOW CATURRA AND FLORES MANGGARAI, FLORES

    Almost all coffee in Flores are Arabica grown between 1200 -1800 meters above sea level. One thing that is rare are this beans called Yellow Caturra. Usually coffee cherries are ripe when it's red, but not with Yellow Caturra. This beans are ripe when it's yellow. This beans is medium body, with juicy sweet grapes flavors.

    Almost all coffee in Flores is Arabica grown between 1200 and 1800 meters. - See more at: http://www.roastmasters.com/flores.html#sthash.YjGZwWCK.dpuf