Indonesian Coffee: Sulawesi, Java, Flores, Bali, and East Timor

Indonesian Coffee: Sulawesi, Java, Flores, Bali, and East Timor

Indonesian Coffee: Sulawesi, Java, Flores, Bali, and East Timor The word single-malt whiskies are not rare anymore in the beverage world and that’s how the coffee is from East Timor, Indonesia. It’s nothing like the coffee from Latin America and East Africa which are high grown, wet processed, and have intense fruity notes like berries or floral notes like jasmine. […]

Coffee Ulee Kareng: The Iconic Coffee from Aceh

Coffee Ulee Kareng: The Iconic Coffee from Aceh

Coffee Ulee Kareng: The Iconic Coffee from Aceh Coffee can be divided into two different types and those are Arabica and Robusta coffee. Both types of coffee are grown and cultivated in Aceh, Indonesia by the local people. We’ll found the Arabica coffee mostly in the highlands area, like Takengon, East Aceh. However, people somehow prefer developing Robusta coffee rather […]

Are You Crazy About Indonesian Coffee? Here Are Things You Need To Know

Are You Crazy About Indonesian Coffee? Here Are Things You Need To Know

Are You Crazy About Indonesian Coffee? Here Are Things You Need To Know Below are some of the things to know about Indonesian coffee. Most coffee beans in Indonesia are consist of Arabica, Robusta and Liberica coffee. Indonesia is one of the biggest coffee exporters in the world other than Brazil and Vietnam. Indonesia has a very wide coffee plantation […]

Agriculture in Indonesia and Its Best Coffee

Agriculture in Indonesia and Its Best Coffee

Agriculture in Indonesia and Its Best Coffee Most coffee grown in the region of Southeast Asia usually have the same characteristics. These include Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and India. Coffee from all of these places are known to be full-bodied, gentle acidity, with a long aftertaste you can feel at the back of […]

101 Guide To Coffee: Sumatra

101 Guide To Coffee: Sumatra

Sumatra is a big island in Indonesia that produces coffee and possibly one of the most disruptive beans produced. It’s like the truth of anything. Whether you’ll love it or hate it because most Indonesian coffee beans taste earthy and grainy, while Latin American coffees are mostly clean and bright. Other than that, the roasting profile could also affect the […]