This coffee comes from the island of Java in Indonesia.
In the western part of the island, in Putang, at an altitude of 1200-1500 masl the 2nd biggest ethnic group in the country grows this coffee in a way that respects nature and uses the most natural operations of farming.
The Java Sunda coffee is a mix of Line S, Catimor and Typica varieties. Picking starts in early May and ends in September. The beans are then moved to a processing plant where they go through the washed process. The cup profile is a combination of the rigorous operations, the tropical climate, and the rich volcanic soil that the area offers. The result is a rich cup with notes of raisins, plums, and spices.
District: Java, Sunda
Variety: Typica, Catimor, line S
Flavor Profile: Raisins, plum, spicy notes. Malic acidity, smooth body.