Selected coffee Indonesia KERINCI GUNUNG from the Czech roastery Nordbeans is characterized by tones of tea, spices and mandarins.
Coffee production has a long tradition in the Indonesian islands. It was first brought here from India by Dutch colonists at the turn of the 17th century, and today Indonesia is the fourth largest producer of coffee in the world. However, it focuses primarily on the production of robusta and commodity coffees, so we are very pleased to be able to offer you the exact opposite of traditional production. Members of the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative from the island of Sumatra grow selected coffee on the volcanic bedrock around the Kerinci volcano. The cooperative is managed by Mr. Triyono, who is a mentor for other farmers and spreads the trend of selected coffee production in the region. At the same time, he runs their processing plant and laboratory, in which all coffees are roasted and tasted together. Thanks to his work and support from @sucafinaspecialty_europe, we now have a unique coffee for you with tones of tea, spices and tangerines.