Indonesia Coffee Beans Origin


Sumatra Gayo 


Sumatra Gayo coffee is known for its unique flavor profile that is cupping notes are what make it stand out from other coffees in the region. Its complex and layered flavor profile makes it a popular choice for specialty coffee enthusiasts. When roasted correctly, the floral notes become more pronounced, and the chocolate and caramel notes become richer and more velvety. The coffee’s acidity is low, giving it a smooth and syrupy mouthfeel, which makes it perfect for espresso-based drinks.


Sumatra Mandheling 

Indulge in the rich and exotic flavors of Sumatra Mandheling coffee, a true gem from the highlands of Sumatra. Known for its spicy, earthy undertones and low acidity, Sumatra Mandheling offers a bold and full-bodied cup with hints of dark chocolate and herbal notes. The coffee is carefully handpicked, and for those seeking an exceptional experience, there are options for DP (Double Pick) and TP (Triple Pick) processing.

Sumatra Lintong  


Arabica coffee of Sumatra Lintong is one the finest traditional Arabica Coffee from the Northen part of Sumatra. This coffee has cuuping notes : caramel, sweet, pleasant, spicy, mild, long sweet, complexity, and clean even cup. Farmers grow this coffee in Humbang Hasundutan District, North Sumatra Indonesia.

Flores Bajawa


Grown in the scenic region of Flores Island, this arabica coffee showcases a smooth and harmonious taste. With its volcanic soil, high altitude, and meticulous processing, Flores Bajawa offers a captivating blend of fruity and floral notes with a touch of caramel. Each sip transports you to the lush landscapes where skilled farmers cultivate this exceptional coffee.

Java Preanger 


Originating from the picturesque Preanger region in West Java, Indonesia, this coffee is renowned for its distinct characteristics. Grown on fertile volcanic slopes, Java Preanger captivates with its smooth body, well-balanced acidity, and delightful notes of chocolate and spices. With cupping notes of rich dark chocolate, subtle hints of nutmeg and cloves, and a velvety mouthfeel, each sip is a journey through Java’s rich coffee heritage. 

Bali Kintamani


Bali Kintamani coffee is grown at 1200 to 1500 meters above sea level. It is intercropped with Kintamani orange trees, resulting in a distinctive taste that sets it apart from coffee grown in other regions of the archipelago.This coffee offers a refreshing and tangy fruit flavor, complemented by a light and smooth taste.  Harvested from April to August, the post-harvest process of Kintamani coffee involves various methods, including wet processing and dry processing, each contributing to the coffee’s exceptional quality and flavor. 


Robusta Sumatra Origin


Robusta Sumatra is a coffee variety that is grown on the Southern of Sumatra. Known for its full-bodied, earthy flavor, Robusta Sumatra is prized for its low acidity and high caffeine content. In terms of cupping notes, Robusta Sumatra coffee can have a bold and complex profile, with hints of caramel, molasses, and spices. It is often used in espresso blends to add depth and richness to the flavor. With its unique character and distinct taste, Robusta Sumatra is a favorite among coffee lovers who prefer a strong and robust brew. 


Robusta Java Origin 


Robusta Java is a high-quality coffee variety cultivated in Java island, Indonesia. Known for its bold and earthy flavor profile, this coffee boasts a full-bodied taste with low acidity and subtle notes of chocolate and tobacco. Robusta Java is a versatile coffee, making it a popular choice for blending with other coffee varieties to create unique and flavorful blends. This green coffee is a great choice for roasters looking to add a touch of boldness to their blends or for those who appreciate the unique flavor profile of Robusta Java on its own.


Robusta Bali Origin 


Bali Island takes pride in producing one of the best fine robusta coffee in Indonesia. This Robusta is cultivated using a unique intercropping method with cacao plants, resulting in a distinctive taste that sets us apart from others. Nestled in the northern part of the beautiful island of Bali, the coffee farms located at an ideal altitude ranging from 500 masl to 1,100 masl, where the cool climate enhances the growth and taste of our coffee beans.