Java

  1. Java

    Java

    The arabica coffee plant was brought to Indonesia from India in 1696. Java coffee had a legendary status around the world until the last century.

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  2. Two Roasts Three Brews - Java Sunda Gunung Patuha 

    Two Roasts Three Brews - Java Sunda Gunung Patuha 

    In QC-ing a few of the Shrub coffees this week, this Java stood out as cupping especially fresh and sweet.

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  3. 83 Semi-Important Photographs about Indonesia Coffee

    83 Semi-Important Photographs about Indonesia Coffee

    Photographs from my recent trip to Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi.

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  4. 3 Roasts: Java Mayang

    3 Roasts: Java Mayang

    This coffee is the result of working with the local farmers in the oldest coffee-growing region in Java, and wet-processing the coffee in little batches to high standards.

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  5. Window to Indo, July 2012

    Window to Indo, July 2012

    Be warned that a few photos from the Sulawesi funeral Pesta are gory.

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  6. Travelogues from Sulawesi and Java

    Travelogues from Sulawesi and Java

    Coffee picking, processing, cupping, funerals, spelunking, surfing.... something for everyone.

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  7. Java Sunda in July 2010

    Java Sunda in July 2010

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  8. Why Should You Know Giling Basah?

    Why Should You Know Giling Basah?

    In the Bahasa language of Indonesia, Giling Basah means "wet hulled." That's not very exciting by any measure, but it refers to a part of the coffee process that is specific to Indonesia and creates a signature flavor.

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