Indonesia coffee landscape

The Indonesia Coffee Bean:

Indonesia is one of the largest coffee-producing and exporting countries in the world. The majority of Indonesian coffee production is the robusta variety. Indonesia is also famous for having several specialty coffees such as 'coffee Luwak (known as the most expensive coffee in the world) and 'coffee Mandailing'. Concerning agricultural commodities, coffee is the fourth largest foreign exchange earner for Indonesia.

Coffee was introduced to the archipelago by the Dutch who initially planted coffee trees around their territory in Batavia but then rapidly expanded coffee production to the Bogor and Sukabumi areas of West Java in the 17th and 18th centuries. Indonesia proved to have an almost ideal climate for coffee production and so plantations were soon established in other areas of Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi as well.

Currently, Indonesia's coffee plantations cover a total area of ​​approximately 1.24 million hectares, 933 hectares of robusta plantations, and 307 hectares of arabica plantations. According to data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), the number of Indonesian Coffee Production in 2019 amounted to 742 thousand tons. 98.6% of the total production is produced by smallholder coffee plantations (731.6 thousand tons), 0.8% is produced by large state plantations (5.6 thousand tons), 0.6% is produced by large private plantations (4.4 thousand tons). thousand tons). (Kemlu: (

Our Indonesia coffee is strong, and bursting with caffeine.

Spiced Indonesian coffee, called Kopi Bumbu

Kopi bumbu is made with spices and milk. This coffee drink is the perfect beverage to spice up your morning. If you are a lover of chai tea or golden milk, this is the coffee drink for you!