Spanning more than 3,200 miles from Sabang in northern Sumatra to Merauke in Irian Jaya, Indonesia claims the 4th place when it comes to the world’s largest coffee producing country. Its unique characteristics as an archipelagic state consists of 17,000 islands, numerous mountainous regions, vibrant ecosystem prosperous with fertile soil, and the ideal temperature which have encouraged the growth of such a unique variety of coffees.
Not yet known as a top producer –but clearly proven an outstanding track record, Indonesia produced over 660,000 metric tons of coffee beans in 2016 with the Specialty Arabica Coffee being the most popular exported product. With 150,000 tons of beans exported per year, Indonesia is the 2nd largest specialty Arabica exporter in the world.
Nearly 100 genetic Arabica varieties have been produced since 1699, and some of these include the Aceh Gayo, or what we called as ‘Arundaya’.
We source our single-origin coffee beans from Aceh Gayo, Sumatra, featuring rich coffee planting traditions and upholding a long-term relationship with trusted farmers.
The journey begins…
with processing the coffee beans at our modern plant, complying only to the international standards of quality. With the perfect combination of traditional approach and high-end technology, we serve our carefully curated beans to the international market with the hopes of highlighting Indonesia’s greatest coffee characteristics.
First things first, the drying process…
started right after farmers harvest the coffee beans. Letting the natural heat of the sun reduce the beans’ water content keeps our coffee as natural and fresh as possible. After the water content reaches a certain level, we move on to the coffee hulling process.
The goal of coffee hulling…
is to remove the parchment skin, or chaffs (also called “pergamino”) from the bean to get clean and fresh coffee beans. Our modern huller machine does the job and…
Voilà! Hulled coffee beans.
The second sun-drying process…
which happens after coffee hulling is crucial to get an optimal result of the water content. Moisture level is kept at a maximum of 12%.
Our Sutton machine…
separates bad coffee beans from the good ones. It’s smart enough to determine either good or bad merely from the weight of the bean. Like we mentioned earlier, we maintain our quality and serve only the best for our customers. The Sutton machine ensures quality control for us.
Even if the machine misses one –or two…
we also perform a manual sorting process. Defected beans are hand-picked and separated.
Lastly, but definitely not the least…
we are determined to deliver our coffee beans safely. We fully understand that maintaining the finest quality is our top priority, therefore we pack our beans in secure jute bags and later be stored in our warehouse. Good quality packaging ensures good quality coffee beans, which is exactly what we aim for.
So, ready to have our coffee beans shipped to your location?
Export & Roastery Rukan Permata Senaya Block A-17 Jalan Tentara Pelajar, Grogol Utara, Kebayoran Lama, South Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, 12210, Indonesia Phone: +6221 57940673, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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