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Sumatra / Indonesia

Indonesia is one of the oldest producing regions in the world. There are 4 main coffee producing regions with very different and distinct varieties and processing methods: Sumatra, Sulawesi, Bali and Java. We have offerings from these islands that change according to availability and seasonality.

  • Sumatra Swiss Water Process Lake Toba DeCaf Coffee ##for 8 ounces##

    Sumatra Lake Toba Region SWP DeCaf

    $9.95

    True Swiss Water Process coffee with traditional rich Sumatra taste! 97% caffeine free, with 100% of the flavor you want. This decaf has a broader taste profile because it is artfully blended from three farms using... Learn more


  • Java the Hutt Organic Arabica Typica ##for 8 ounces##

    Java the Hutt - Tamar Dadar Organic

    $8.95

    Wild Forest Organic Java heirloom coffee at its finest! “Taman Dadar” coffee (meaning flower garden, as the region is referred to locally), comes from the villages of Curah Tatal and Kayumas on the Ijen Plateau... Learn more


  • Sumatra Aceh Gayo coffee ##for 8oz##

    Sumatra Aceh Gayo - Certified Organic - Screen 20

    $9.25

    Do you love earthy, fragrant Sumatran coffee? You'll love this new Gayo Region Organic blended Arabica coffee. The beans are huge and healthy... 20 screen, which is about as big as Arabica beans can get. This extraordinary... Learn more


  • Sumatra Aceh Gayo coffee, green unroasted,Sumatra Aceh Gayo coffee, roasted ##for 1lb (larger sizes available)##

    Sumatra Aceh Gayo, green unroasted

    $8.95

    This extraordinary export from the Aceh region, containing Tim-Tim, Djember, and Ateng varietals, is a quintessential example of Gayo coffee. Aceh is the northernmost province in Sumatra, and its citizens have their own... Learn more



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The Araku Valley of India

India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.

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