Tasting Notes 

A heavy bodied, spicy cup. Aromas of sandalwood, cinnamon, and mesquite. Rounded and rich in mouthfeel. Dark chocolate, mint, and cedar in the finish. Stands-up well to a splash of milk or cream. 

Background Info

Java is an origin so synonymous with coffee production we often still call coffee a 'cup of Java'. Although, truly excellent coffees from this region have been rare in recent times.

Most Java coffee comes from large government-owned estates in East Java. These typically have a classic island profile: soft, nutty, pleasant, yet forgettable. But delightful things are happening in Western Java, where small-holder coffee producers, like the Klasik Beans Cooperative, have focused on producing specialty-grade, excellent quality coffees.

Our Java Srikandi is wet-hulled coffee. A variation in drying common in Indonesia that typically results in a heavier bodied cup. 


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  • Continent: Asia
  • Country: Indonesia
  • Farm: Various
  • Process: Wet-hulled
  • Region: West Java
  • Variety: Typica, Linie-S, Catimor

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