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PREMIUM INDONESIAN COFFEE BEANS

welcome to the INDONESIAN COFFEE

We are proud to introduce our Indonesian coffee products that combine unique natural flavors with Indonesia's rich coffee heritage.

Thank you for choosing Indonesian coffee as your choice. 

HEREBY WE PROUD TO PRESENT THE JAVA COFFEE 

JAVA COFFEE is a Premium Grade coffee bean with special quality from Indonesian

We have gone on a long journey to bring the best quality coffee from our plantations located in various beautiful regions of Indonesia. Each of our coffee beans is grown traditionally and harvested selectively to give you an unforgettable coffee experience.

                      WHAT IS THE JAVA COFFEE TO BE SPECIAL ?

SIGNATURE BEAN VARIETIES : We collect high-quality coffee beans from an origin of varieties, including Robusta, Arabica, and Yellow Cattura that thrive in Indonesia’s volcanic soil.

  • UNIQUE NATURAL FLAVOR : Our coffee has a unique natural taste, with nuances of fruit, spices, and chocolate that delight your taste buds..
  • HAND PICKED : Each coffee bean is carefully picked by our best, experienced farmers, ensuring only the best coffee bean will be sent to you.
  • QUALITY : We maintain every quality from the picking process until our coffee is in your hands.  Quality is our priority.
  • SUSTAINABILITY : We are committed to sustainable agricultural practices to support continuous supply chain support for you.
  • ORGANIC : We use the organic farming system and have the ICERT Organic Certificate and ACT Organic Certificate.

THE HISTORY OF INDONESIAN COFFEE

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1969
Introduction of Coffee by the Dutch: In the 17th century, the Dutch government was a country that was very interested in coffee commodities, and they tried to expand coffee cultivation in their various colonial territories, including Indo. Coffee was first introduced in Batavia (now Jakarta) and the first coffee planting was carried out in Indonesia around the 17th century or 1696.
The Dutch governor, Adriaan Van Ommen, brought coffee beans from India, and Arabica coffee seeds from Yemen to the island of Java, which at that time Indonesia was part of the Dutch East Indies.
Arabica is the main cultivar grown in Indonesia. Due to the suitable climate and soil in several regions, coffee cultivation is growing rapidly, especially on the islands of Java and Sumatra.

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1525 - 1780
Coffee became the main crop imposed by the Dutch government, apart from nutmeg and sugar. Almost 20% of the people's land was forced to plant these commodities, to take them to Europe. Commodities originating from Indonesia have become commodities favored by several European countries.
Until the 19th century, coffee production and exports from Indonesia increased rapidly and were sent from Java to Europe by the Dutch trading company, known as the VOC (Verininging Oogst Indies Company). Over 10 years, exports increased to 60 tons per year. Indonesia was the first place where coffee was cultivated widely outside of Arabia and Ethiopia. The VOC monopolized trade from 1725 to 1780.

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1830 - 1876
Coffee Beans became the main crop imposed by the Dutch government. Almost 20% of the people's land was forced to plant these commodities, to take them to Europe. The Indonesian coffee beans have become the favored in European countries.
Around the 18th century, Dutch colonialists established extensive coffee farming land on the Ijen plateau in East Java with robusta coffee beans (C. canephor var. robusta) introduced to East Java in 1900 as a replacement in the lower plains.

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1920
In 1920, Indonesian companies began to grow coffee beans as a main commodity. The coffee plantations in Java were nationalized by the Indonesian government after Indonesian Independence Day. The revitalization of the new varieties of Arabica coffee began in the 1950s.
Arabica and Robusta variety is adopted by small companies through the government or various community development programs. At this time, more than 90% of Indonesian Arabica and Robusta coffee is grown by small companies, with the land of 1 hectare or less.
Annual arabica production is around 75,000 ton and 90% is exported. Arabica and Robusta coffee that reaches other countries mostly enter the specialty market segment.

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java coffee

We are proud to introduce Java Coffee – the Indonesian coffee variant that is most popular with coffee fans around the world

Java Coffee offers a rich and varied taste experience. It has a delicate and light taste, with balanced acidity. Javanese coffee’s flavor profile includes floral, fruity, and chocolatey nuances. This coffee is known for its smooth taste, with a very subtle hint of bitterness.

Java coffee is harvested selectively and processed with care. Natural drying processes are often used to maintain the quality of coffee

Our product

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ROBUSTA COFFEE BEAN

Premium Grade 1 Coffee Bean

SPECIFICATION :

  • Varietas               : Robusta coffee bean
  • Place of Origin   : Arjuno Mountain – Java island, Indonesia
  • HS CODE              : 090111
  • Processing type : Wash & Natural Process
  • Altitude                : Mountain arjuno (600-900Masl) Java Island
  • Cultivation type : Organic
  • Defect                   : < 11 points
  • Grade                    : Premium coffee grade (test report)
  • Max. Moisture    : < 12.5 %
  • Storage type       : Ventilation drying method
  • Cupping score     : Premium grade 83.5 Score (Test Report)
  • Profile Note         : Brown Sugar, Nutty, Spicy – Chili like
  • Certificate           : ACT Organic and ICERT Organic
 
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ARABICA COFFEE BEAN

Premium Grade 1 Coffee Bean

SPECIFICATION :

  • Varietas               : Arabica coffee bean
  • Place of Origin   : Arjuno Mountain – Java island, Indonesia
  • HS CODE               : 090111
  • Processing type : Wash & Natural Process
  • Altitude                : Mount arjuno (1200-1400Masl) Java Island
  • Cultivation type : Organic
  • Defect                   : < 11 points
  • Grade                    : Premium coffee grade (test report)
  • Max. Moisture    : < 12.5 %
  • Storage type       : Ventilation drying method
  • Cupping score     : Premium grade 80 Score (Test Report)
  • Profile Note         : Brown Sugar, Flowery, Coffee blossom, Spicy-Chili like, Grassy, Astringent aftertaste
  • Certificate           : ACT Organic and ICERT Organic

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about us

DAMA KARYA INDONESIA was formed in 2021, as an exporter company, we provide high-quality Indonesian coffee beans to coffee lovers throughout the world. We focus on producing the specialty and premium of coffee beans as organically, strict Quality control in every process, and sustainablity.

“We proudly present the best selection of coffee beans from java island -Indonesia. As the best company, especially in coffee beans export, our priorities are the best quality, timely delivery, professional management, and sustainability to make us an ideal partner to meet your demand in the rapidly growing coffee industry in the global market”.

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