Indonesian Coffee

Indonesia produces one of the world’s best coffees. Indonesian coffees generally have a heavy and dense structure with a complex flavor, syrupy body, and low acidity. And, since coffees from Indonesia are dense, they are best when they’re dark roasted.

Top Indonesia Coffees

Bestseller No. 1

Wallacea Coffee, Wild Kopi Luwak Coffee Beans, Pure 100% Gayo Sumatra Indonesia, 250 grams (8.8 oz)

  • 100% PURE WILD CIVET CAT COFFEE BEANS (NO HARM!) - Now you have a chance to enjoy the most authentic and expensive coffee in the world. These beans are not a fraudulent blend but pure gathered from Asian Palm Civet. We are supported Indonesian government and Gayo Coffee Protection Society Foundation, 100% guaranteed that there is no animal has been ABUSED or HARMED to produce this coffee beans (Please watch our video)
  • THE COFFEE EXPERIENCE - This coffee is perfect for a person who has a sensitive stomach or caffeine intolerance. The natural enzymes in the civet's intestines make the beans less acidic and remove some caffeine from the coffee beans. You can now enjoy coffee every day without worrying about having an upset stomach or heart racing or palpitations. This adds to the high aroma, the smooth taste and the low bitterness of Kopi Luwak Coffee.
  • SOURCED FROM TAKENGON CITY, ACEH, SUMATRA, INDONESIA - Grown above 1.400 meters, Gayo Arabica coffee has thrived and is consistently rated as one of the best among Indonesia's many coffee growing regions. Our "Kopi Luwak' is a combination of one of the best Arabica coffee in the world and legendary natural selection process from Asian Palm Civet. This supreme combination thus creates a luxurious cup of coffee. We have worked closely internal and externally with over 89 locals farmers
  • HEALTH BENEFITS - According to a study conducted by Harvard Medical School, people who drink civet coffee have limited chances of getting cancer. The university claims to have examined patients who suffered from breast, colon, and rectal cancer. They suggested that women who drank 3-4 cups of civet coffee regularly during menopause reduced the risk of breast cancer by 38%. Also, the caffeine content in the civet coffee can control inflammation in the brain, which directly linked to Alzheimer's.
Bestseller No. 6
66 Reviews

Premium Kopi Luwak From Indonesia Wild Palm Civets Arabica Coffee Beans (50 Grams)

  • To produce this coffee, coffee berries are eaten by the Luwak cat. In the stomach of these animals, the berries come in contact with proteolytic enzymes, which change the composition of the coffee berries. After the Luwak excretes the beans, the farmers from Kaya Kopi collect them. Then, the outer layer of each bean is removed, and the beans are carefully clean, sun-dried and roasted. By the time you receive your Luwak coffee, it is 100% clean and safe to consume.
  • Noticeably not bitter, Kaya Kopi Luwak is intensely aromatic with a complex flavor profile that is smooth, earthy and sweet with a hint of chocolate. It is a taste no coffee fan should miss. There is no need for sugar or other ingredients to cover the natural bitterness of coffee.
  • Kaya Kopi Luwak starts it life at 4,000 feet (1,200 M) above sea level in the heart of the Pangalengan Highlands of West Java, Indonesia.
  • Kopi Luwak coffee is the ideal drink for visits from special guests, to relax, or just to enjoy the perfect taste of the best coffee available.
  • Please note: 100% of the coffee from Kaya Kopi comes from free-range wild Luwaks living a healthy life. We don't think any animal should be harmed because of us! Further, Kopi Luwak from wild civets tastes much better than from caged animals. This is because the free-living Luwaks eat only the ripest berries and also have a proper diet and therefore the right enzymes in their stomach to improve the coffee taste.
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123 Reviews

Browny 100% Organic Indonesian SUMATRA Medium Roasted Coffee Whole Beans (Medium Roast, 2 Pounds)

  • Browny produces over 2,000 pounds roasted beans per month. We have a sustainable and consistent coffee roaster for our productions. American manufactured double wall drum roaster gives a great advantage of enlarging the production capacity. It also enables to monitor and record each batch of roasting to ensure the quality of all outputs.
  • For small batch order, Browny roasts in American made 1kg roaster - Double Drum Roaster is selected to make sample roasting and small batch of order. It provides a flexible control and super accurate tuning for roasting. The roasting profile can be played back and shared between roasters. It maintains a high consistency in all roasting.
  • Of our coffee partners, we feature origins of 1900 metres above sea level, characteristic volcanic soil and pollution-free environments surrounded by pristine mountain streams. We also prohibit the use of insecticides and pesticides wherever possible, as part of our commitment to the environment.
  • At least 40 pairs of hands have touched one's coffee before its arrival in a cup. As a proponent of open, transparent trading partnerships based on dialogue and respect, our beans are sourced with careful consideration in support of sustainability, traceability and transparency. All Browny Coffee beans are also certified by Rainforest Alliance, as part of our commitment to the conservation of biodiversity and sustainability of livelihoods of coffee growing regions.
  • Starting from strong basic, fundamental roasting skills, to more advanced, deeper topics - a wide range of holistic and comprehensive courses are incorporated into a Browny roasting team's career, ensuring a continuous learning process. Naturally, this is to ensure that high quality standards are achieved and to create the best coffee roasting experiences for our customers.

Indonesian Coffees

Indonesian Coffees

Indonesia is a nation that is made up of many islands. It grows both Arabica as well as Robusta coffee beans. The specialty Arabica coffee beans are produced in the Sumatra region, although other regions such as Sulawesi and Java also produce coffee.

Processing of Indonesian Coffees

Coffees in Indonesia are processed with the semi-washed processing technique, which is commonly called ‘Giling Basah.’ This method is also known as wet hulling. A majority of the coffee beans grown in this island nation are processed with this processing technique. This gives a nice and unique flavor to Indonesia coffees.


The coffee cherries are dried while they’re still on the coffee bean for a short time period. After this, they’re washed and de-pulped. This, in turn, aids in extracting the fruity sweetness and other characteristics of Indonesian coffees.

Primary coffee producing regions in Indonesia


Sumatra is a region in Indonesia that harvests Indonesian coffees earlier than all other regions in the nation. This is because Sumatra is situated in Indonesia’s north-west region. The main places where specialty and high-quality coffee is grown in Sumatra are Lintong, Aceh, and Mandheling. All of these areas are situated in the northern region of Sumatra.


Lingtong coffee beans are generally produced beside Lake Toba but towards the south-west region. Coffees produced in this area are quite valued owing to their earthy properties. Moreover, this area has the best specialty coffees amongst all Sumatra coffees and Indonesian coffees.


Aceh lies in the north and is commonly called Gayo. Here, coffee beans are produced close to Tawar Lake. These coffees are popular for their clean and plain characteristics, less body, and fine acidity tone. Coffees produced here are generally yielded between November and March and available in April.


Mandheling coffee beans are usually grown beside Lake Toba. This lake is one of the deepest lakes in the world. This region grows the spiciest, syrupy, and complex coffee beans, all of the characteristics that make this coffee popular.


Most of Sumatra coffees are generally processed by the wet-hull technique in Indonesia. Nevertheless, a few locals make use of the sun drying technique in order to process their coffee beans. The coffee processed by this method is complex and usually has strong fruity flavors and juicy taste.


Java is the capital of Indonesia. It’s the main island where coffee is produced in Indonesia. Besides this, Java is also popular as the ancient coffee growing island in the nation. In this region, the coffee crop was pioneered by Dutch colonial rulers in 1699. Since then, Java has been producing coffee. This is why the coffee produced in Java is called Java coffee.


However, coffee grown on this island suffered from roya, which is a coffee berry ailment, during the late 1800s. It’s a type of fungi and rust that affects the leaves of the coffee crops. Because of this coffee farming went back from the lowlands to the highlands (plateaus) on the island. This resulted in the area growing the best quality coffee in the world.


This coffee constitutes high-quality and high grown Arabica coffee beans. Most of the coffee growers in Java are state plantations. However, now private, small scale farmers are also quickly joining the coffee industry. This means that this region will produce more varieties and yields of coffee. Java coffee is yielded between June and October. It’s generally available in September.


Most of the coffee beans grown in Java are processed using the conventional processing technique, which is called wet hulling. This results in a syrupy and composite body and low acidity in the coffee beans.


Coffee beans from Java and Sumatra are quite alike in their flavor. It’s just that Java coffees are cleaner and sweeter whereas Sumatra coffee beans are more spicy and earthy.


Sulawesi is an island in Indonesia, which was formerly called Celebes. In this region, the highest grown coffee is produced in Indonesia. Most of the coffee crops are produced in the Toraja area, which is the island’s southernmost part.


Mount Sesean divides this area. Coffee beans that are grown on the west side of this area generally go to the Sapan market and coffee beans grown on the east side of this area go to the Minanga town market. Today, these coffee beans are mixed with high-quality coffee beans and are sold as Sapan-Minanga.


These coffees are specifically high grown, generally up to 2000 meters higher than the average sea level. They are of the best quality owing to which they are smooth and clean. Sulawesi coffee is yielded between May and November. It’s generally available in August and September.


Sulawesi Coffee has a syrupy body and low acidity but not as much earthy as Sumatra and Java coffee beans. Because Sulawesi coffee is high grown, it’s quite dense and best when high roasted that doesn’t cause the loss of any particular flavor.


Bali coffee beans are generally harvested between May and October. These coffees are generally available in August and September. Bali produces one of the best Indonesian coffees. Most of the coffee beans produced in Bali are between Kintamani highlands and Mount Agung volcano. The volcano is active, which keeps the soil fertile and fresh with volcanic ash. “Sabuk Abian” is a conventional organization for coffee farmers in the region. It’s based on Hinduism.


Similar to other regions in Indonesia, the wet-hull technique is used to process the coffee in this region, although occasionally a few farmers use the wet processing or sun drying technique to process the coffee here. Bali coffees have high acidity as compared to other Indonesian coffees. They’ve sweet citrus hints like oranges and a sweet chocolaty flavor.


Some other areas where coffee is produced in Indonesia are Flores and East Timor. However, the main and popular coffee producing regions include Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi.

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