Indonesian Coffee

Indonesia is the fourth largest producer of coffee in the world. Much of the coffee crop is comprised of robusta beans, which are mainly exported to be blended with higher grade beans from the Americas, but it also home to a great range of distinctive roasts from arabica beans. The fertile soil and climatic conditions are a great way for natural coffee production, and Indonesian roasts tend to be smooth, full-bodied and earthy in taste. Less experienced pallets might find the characteristic dry finish of Indonesian coffee to be an acquired taste, but we think it makes for a very distinctive taste  - perfect for a strong espresso, for example.

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