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Behind Indonesia's First Laurina

Supriyanto

Supriyanto, known as Iyan, a farmer in Mount Suket, located in the mountain range of Ijen grows Laurina in the small plot of his farm. Supriyanto was the first ever Indonesian coffee farm to cultivate this low-caffeinated species. A super enticing coffee with excellent characteristics, light-bodied, with a hint of citric acidity, alongside a well-balanced sweetness.

LIGHT-ROASTED IN COLOGNE

Bringing coffee beans from Indonesia is one thing, roasting is a different thing. Roasting is what produces the characteristic flavor of coffee by transforming its chemical and physical properties. We use light roasting method. Light roasted coffee preserves more aromas, characteristics, and adding complexity to the coffee.

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A TASTE OF INDONESIA IN A CUP OF LIGHT-ROASTED COFFEE

WHY INDONESIA?

Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world consists of 17.500 islands. Coffee plants were first brought in the 17th century. For four centuries, each region has developed their own farming and processing techniques. This individual development scattered throughout Indonesia leads to a diverse and rich taste of coffee.

Image by Nindy Rahmadani

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