As one of the world's largest coffee exporters after Brazil and Vietnam, Indonesia serves as an interesting...
As one of the world's largest coffee exporters after Brazil and Vietnam, Indonesia serves as an interesting coffee destination with plantations spreading from Papua to Aceh.
Coffee beans in Indonesia consist of arabica, robusta and liberica.
Indonesian coffee are complex, syrupy, low acidity and typically extremely dense. which makes them ideal for roasting on the darker side.
This is largely due to the widespread practice of a traditional processing method unique to Indonesia known as "giling basah".
This semi-washed method is known commonly as wet-hulling and nearly all the coffee in the region are processed in this manner.
In short, the coffee cherry is allowed to dry on the bean for a short time before being washed and removed, imparting some of the flavors of the pulp and fruit to the bean.
The island of Sumatra, produce 75% of specialty grade Arabica coffee comes from the Island of Sumatra Indonesia!
Which is also where most of the coffee from Indonesia comes from, ,upwards!
Specialty Arabica coffee is Indonesia's most popularly exported product and gained worldwide acknowledgment.
This has positioned Indonesia as the 2nd largest specialty Arabica exporter in the world, with 150,000 tons of export per year.
Nearly 100 genetic varieties of Arabica coffee have been created since 1699 - some of these include Sumatera Lintong, Sumatera Koerinci, Sumatera Solok Minang, Java Preanger, Java Ijen Raung, Java Estate, Sulawesi Toraja, Papua Wamena and much more.
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