South-East Asia and the Pacific

Coffee has been cultivated in this region since the 17th century under the watchful eye of Dutch colonial administrators and one Indonesian island lends its name to the brewed drink: Java. Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi, Timor and Papua are the m ain coffee growing islands in this area.

 
Arabica is now being cultivated in Australia and India as well, bit we’ve never roasted any of their beans. 

Papua New Guinea is full bodied with a sometimes pungent acidity while Java tends to be very well balanced with a medium body and dry pecan.

 
Sumatran coffee is famous for its broad and long lasting body that resembles thick syrup or olive oil in texture. Earthy flavours abound and sometimes prune or raisin notes are present.

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