Arabica Grade 1 origin : MT. Ijen, East Java Indonesia variety : Typica Altitude : >1200 process : Fullwash screen size : 17/18 moisture :
Wet processed coffee Arabica type 1, floor 18 Black: 0.1%, rupture: 1.5% max, impurities: 0.1% max, humidity: 12.5% max, 90% minimum on the floor 18 Wet processed coffee Arabica type 1, floor 16 Black: 0.1%, rupture: 1.5% max, impurities: 0.1% max, humidity: 12.5% max, 90% minimum on the floor 16
Arabica Cherry Coffee A coffee cherry begins to grow as a light green, unripe berry that gradually ripens before turning dark cherry-red, and the fruit is harvested for the coffee beans. The green beans are washed and dried, roasted and ground and brewed. The whole ripening process of coffee cherry takes 7 to 8 months to have a lovely balanced taste, a light body that doesn’t linger, it delivers a nice clean finish. Arabica Cherry AA Arabica Cherry A Arabica Cherry AB Arabica Cherry pb
Arabica Parchment Here’s journey from the plantations to your palettes, producing parchment coffee by removing the unwanted pulp. Coffee fruits are processed by either wet or dry processing methods. In the wet procedure the fruits are pulped, fermented, washed and dried under the sun. With this, the coffee cherry is sliced open and the exterior cherry husk is forced off the coffee bean & the mucilage is left on for the drying phase.The wet processing requires adequate water and equipment to get high quality coffee portraying inherent flavours, high-fiber content, antioxidant compounds & low-fat content. Arabica Parchment AA Arabica Parchment A Arabica Parchment B Arabica Parchment pb
Coffea arabica, also known as the Arabian coffee, "coffee shrub of Arabia", "mountain coffee", or "arabica coffee", is a species of Coffea. Indigenous to Yemen, it is believed to be the first species of coffee to be cultivated, and is the dominant cultivar, representing some 60% of global production. Arabica Coffee Bean Robusta Coffee Bean Raw Green Arabica Coffee Bean Raw Green Robusta Coffee Bean Origin : Argentina, Thailand, South Africa, Malaysia, Brazil, Germany
Arabica Coffee : Arabian Coffee - Coffee Fob price : sieve 17/18 - Sieve 14/16 - Product origin : brazil Specifications : Flavor rio pronto & rio Minimum order size and packgaing details : Packing using specific export bags of 60 kg/each minimum order quantity 1 x 20 fcl (15 tons can be mixed with others) Notes : We provide producer's seal, complying with international standards.
High Quality Organic Arabica Coffee Beans for Sale freezd dried coffee from Vietnam Specifications: Variety Arabica Processing Type Roasted, Green, Blended Grade G1 G2 others Maturity Mature Packaging Bag Shelf Life Depends Place of Origin Brazil Brand Name Coffee Express Model Number Coffee Beans Cultivation Type Organic FOB Price US $ / Case
Humidity: up to 12.5% Impurity: max 0.5% Black beans and broken: up to 2% On screen 18: minimum 90% Packing: jute bag (net weight: 60kg) Made in Viet Nam Port: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Deals exclusively with green coffee, grown in Ethiopia and one-hundred percent Arabica. Beans in parchment are purchased directly from growers and are de-husked and packaged into 60kg sacks at the ECX (Ethiopian Commodity Exchange). Washed Coffee YIRGACHEFE 1 & 2 SIDAMO 1 & 2 LIMU 2 BEBEKA 2 TEPI 2 Natural Coffee YIRGACHEFE 1,3 & 4 SIDAMO 1,3 & 4 DJIMMAH 3,4 & 5 LEKEMPTI 3, 4 & 5 HARRAR 4 & 5 GIMBI 3, 4 & 5 Associated Specialty coffee association of America (SCAA) and server as a proud member in specialty coffee association of Europe (SCAE), specialty coffee association of Japan (SCAJ) African fine coffee association (AFCA), Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) and chamber of commerce are among some of the association allied with the company.
History Aceh is known to have quite beautiful natural scenery, and as we know one of Aceh's attractions is Gayo coffee. This type of coffee is quite well known not only in the Aceh region. Gayo coffee is one of the most popular coffee products to be cultivated. There are two types of coffee products that are well known, namely the types of Arabica coffee products and Robusta coffee. Among these two types, this type of Aceh Arabica coffee is the best known coffee product. The best part of this type of coffee is one of the best coffee in the world. With the unique taste of Gayo coffee and also with a taste that makes it delicious the type of Aceh Gayo coffee is also known in several countries in Europe, Asia and even America. Aceh Gayo is famous as one of the largest Arabica coffee producing regions in Indonesia. The entire area in the mountains of Aceh Gayo almost contains coffee plantations. Aceh Gayo is known as one of the best-selling and most sought-after coffees in the world. The stock is abundant and stable, the uniqueness of its aroma and taste makes Aceh Gayo coffee very famous throughout the world. The history of this type of coffee is from a Gayo highland region. At that time the coffee plantation industry had begun in the Gayo land since 1908. This coffee plantation has also been spread in the Central Aceh district. This area is known to have a very wide area in Indonesia with an area of around 81,000 ha. This type of coffee product is also favored by coffee enthusiasts around the world. Advantages There are several advantages of this type of coffee that makes the Gayo coffee type known to the whole world. The advantages of this type of coffee have also opened up opportunities to be exported to European, Asian and American countries. When viewed from the advantages of this type of coffee lies in the aroma of fragrant coffee and the savory taste of this type of coffee which is known to hardly taste bitter. This type of coffee also has a predicate as a type of premium coffee. With the advantages of this type of coffee, Gayo coffee is able to compete with other types of coffee. Grade Master Specialty Grade Coffee Roast Level Medium to Dark Aroma Fruity Acidity Low Body High Flavour Orange, Dark Chocolate Bitter, Banana Note
History Indonesia is one of the best coffee producing countries with unique quality and taste, and Mandailing coffee is one of them. This type of coffee comes from an area called Mandailing. The name of this type of coffee is one of the names of coffee which is quite famous in the area around Lake Toba. This type of coffee is planted in volcanic soil with a high enough height and is located in the Lake Toba Mandailing region. With a high enough height, especially in the Mandailing region, this type of coffee is famous for its unique taste. This type of Mandailing Toba coffee is one type of coffee that is well known, especially in the Mandailing area and is not surprising when this coffee is popular in other regions. There are several reasons why this type of coffee is called Mandailing Arabica coffee. This type of coffee was originally the first coffee to be exported through a port in the Mandailing Natal area. And because this coffee comes from the Sumatra region, this type of coffee is called Mandailing coffee. In addition, if viewed from this type of Arabica coffee, there are types of coffee originating from North Sumatra and the Gayo region. Basically this type of coffee comes from its own area such as Lintong Arabica, Arabica Brastagi, Gayica Arabica and Sidikalang Arabica. If viewed from its type, Gayo coffee is famous for its scent that is quite fragrant while the type of Lintong arabica coffee is a type of coffee with a unique taste. This type of Mandailing coffee is a mixture of types of Lintong Arabica coffee with Gayo Arabica coffee types. When viewed from the first place this coffee was brought by the Dutch people was around the year 1699. The area called Pakantan Subdistrict was one of the first Arabica coffee plantation areas in Sumatra. At that time, this type of Arabica coffee was the first coffee planted in the area of Mandailing Natal and brought to the area of North Tapanuli and the highlands of Gayo (Central Aceh). This Mandailing Arabica coffee type has been known in the world since 1878. This coffee is also known to grow well at an altitude of 1200 feet above sea level. For now, this type of coffee is in the Gayo Highlands and Lintong Nihuta. Indonesian coffee types Mandailing Lake Toba has become its own brand, especially in this region. Grade Master Specialty Grade Coffee Roast Level Dark Aroma Floral and Spicy Acidity Medium Body Medium Flavour Complexity, Sweet
History Kerinci is a district in Jambi province, Indonesia. The Kerinci area is a fertile and beautiful area. The Dutch came to the Kerinci area and then occupied Kerinci in 1904. Because of its fertile land, Kerinci was able to produce various main commodities such as vegetables, fruits and also COFFEE. Kerinci Arabica Coffee is mostly taken from Mount Kerinci. The high plains (1500 above sea level), make Kerinci Arabica Coffee flourish and produce coffee with a unique and delicious flavor. Currently, Kerinci Arabica Coffee is still outrageous with other Sumatran coffees such as Gayo and Mandheling, but slowly the prestige of Kerinci Arabica Coffee is starting to rise, and coffee farmers in Kerinci have started to be able to produce export quality coffee. Advantages Kerinci Arabica Coffee has a sweet aroma and taste mixed with spicy (spices). In addition to the taste, you will feel the lemon acid sensation combined with the natural sweetness of coffee, therefore it can be said that Kerinci Arabica Coffee chooses high Acidity. Currently, Kerinci Arabica coffee stock is indeed not much, maybe only 2-5 tons per month, far below the Gayo coffee stock which can produce hundreds of tons every month. Therefore, Kerinci Arabica Coffee can also be said as Limited Edition coffee. Grade Master Specialty Grade Coffee Roast Level Medium to Dark Aroma Spicy, Chocolaty Acidity High Body High Flavour Fruity, Lemony, Long aftertaste, Sweet
History Bengkulu is a province in the southwest of Sumatra, Indonesia. In ancient times, Bengkulu established many ethnic kingdoms, such as the Kingdom of Serut River, Kingdom of Selebar, Kingdom of Pat Petulai, etc., which eventually united under the Sultanate of Banten. In 1685, the British East India Company (EIC) came to Bengkulu and later established the largest Pepper Trade center in Indonesia. After all this time, finally the British handed over Bengkulu to the Netherlands for management. Bengkulu land is very fertile, so it is very good for plantation products, especially coffee. In Bengkulu there is a tradition of drinking coffee when traditional parties are held from the gardens of each family member. The unique taste and aroma makes Bengkulu coffee increasingly popular with coffee lovers. Advantages One of the advantages of Bengkulu coffee is its unique taste of coffee. The Bengkulu coffee we sell has a delicious blend of lemon and chocolate flavors. The Bengkulu coffee we sell is Arabica. Bengkulu coffee that we sell comes from the Bukit Kaba area. Currently, there are not too many stocks from the garden, so for those of you who want to taste the pleasure of Bengkulu coffee, you must immediately order while the stock is still available. Grade Master Specialty Grade Coffee Roast Level Medium to Dark Aroma Fruity Acidity High in start and then going to mild in aftertaste Body High Flavour Lemony, Chocolaty, Herb