Traditionally Indonesian coffees are of earth tone and full bodied yet a lot of the coffees have improved drastically that they can also be bright and flavorful. We source coffee that are incredibly complex and mind-blowing.

Recommended for Blended, Single Origin Espresso and Filter Coffee

Current Crops

Indonesia Sumatra Gayo Asman Arianto Fully Washed
Abyssinia, Ateng, Gayo 1, Gayo 2, Timtim | Washed | 1500-1700 masl 
Golden Raisin, Starfruit, Pear, Dark Chocolate

Indonesia Sumatra Kerinci  Gunung Tujuh  Natural
Andung Sari, Sigarar Utang | Natural | 1400-1700 masl
Pineapple, Passionfruit, Mango, Fermented Black Tea

Indonesia Sumatra Kerinci  Gunung Tujuh  Anaerobic Natural
Andung Sari, Sigarar Utang | Anaerobic Natural | 1400-1700 masl
Raspberry, Tiramisu, Raisin Chocolate, Cocoa Nibs


Country Profile

Size -  1,905,000 sq km

Capital City - Jakarta

Main Port City - Tanjung Priok

Population - 267,700.000 (July 2018)

Language/s Spoken - Indonesian (official),  JavaneseSundanese, and Balinese, English

Producer Profile

Population Involved in Coffee - roughly 1.97 million farmers/permanent farm workers

Crop Area: 1.2 million hectares
Typical Farm Size -1-2 hectares
Bags Exported Annually - 7.2 million bags

Coffee Profile

Growing Regions - Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi, Flores & Bali
Common Varieties - Typica, Caturra, Bourbon, Catimor, Tim Tim & S-Hybrids

Processing Methods - Wet-hulled, Natural, Washed

Bag Size - 59–60 kg

Harvest Period - June to December, (Sumatra) September - December
Typical Arrival - September - February, (Sumatra) January - March