Java - Sunda Hejo 'Kiara Manuk' (2015/16)

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WarehouseThe Annex CA
Lot #PC05474#1
ETA Spot
Bag Weight 60 kg
Sunda Hejo is a premium mark from the Klasik Beans Cooperative, which maintains a close relationship with Olam Specialty Coffee. This coffee comes from small holder farmers in the mountainous region around the beautiful city of Bandung in West Java. The fresh cherry for the coffee is carefully chosen and pulped in small batches. Fermented overnight and washed clean, the parchment is dried on raised beds in bamboo greenhouses. A truly hand-crafted coffee!

Manuk means Bird, and Kiara is the indigenous tree in Sunda. It was mentioned that nearby this place there is a big Kiara tree with a big bird's nest. The local people therefore named this place Kiara Manuk. Kiara Manuk is located in the south west valley of the Tilu Mountain. It is a very beautiful plantation that borders a tea plantation.

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Status Spot
Warehouse The Annex CA
Farm Name OLAM Indonesia
Processing Washed
Processing Description We call the process 'Giling Kering,' which includes washing the cherry, drying the parchment to 12% moisture, then hull the coffee and bag it.
Bag Type Jute
Plant Species Arabica
Growing Altitude >1200m
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