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Indonesian Coffees

Indonesia produces some wonderful coffees, with their own distinct characteristics and we have sourced some of the best from Java, Sumatra and Papua New Guinea.

Coffees from Java and Sumatra have a pungent, earthy tone, with the volcanic soil and wide range of altitudes producing an inherent sharpness that is very popular with many connoisseurs.

Java also produces an ‘aged’ coffee called Old Brown Java, which has been matured for up to three years in warehouses at origin. This gives the coffee another flavour dimension that is not replicated anywhere else in the world.

Papua New Guinea produces the popular Sigri coffee, which is grown at high altitude resulting in a coffee that has a fragrance and “low-key luxuriousness.”

Old Brown Java Coffee

At their best, Java coffees are smooth, supple and have an herbaceous note

Papua New Guinea Sigri Coffee

Coffee production in Papua New Guinea dates back to the 1920s when the

Sumatra Lintong Coffee

Considered by some to be the world's finest coffee, Lintong is

Sumatra Lintong Continental Roast Coffee

Already a strong coffee, Sumatra Lintong Continental is dark roasted to

Sumatra Rahmat Inara Coffee

This coffee from Sari Makmur Group is from Aceh and Gayo Setie and comes