From Soil to Roaster
Coffee Grower and US Importer
Ph: (201) 743-9248, welcome@sriwijayacoffee.com

Offerings


Coffee taste characteristics are dependent not only on the coffee's growing region, but also on genetic subspecies (varietals) and processing methods. On this processing part is where we are trying to work with the farmers very closely by spending weeks with them to arrive at a cupping profile where it should be. Several factors play important role in purchasing green coffee. Market nature, season and lead time, and of course quality must all be taken into account. At the end, it must stand well on the cupping table. We strive to bring you the best quality coffee to you by having our local presence at origins to ensure we have direct control on the quality of our coffee.

Sumatra Lintong

Would be an impressive light- roasted and somewhat very unique Sumatra profile. Altitude: 1,400 up to 1,600 meters (4,600 up to 5,300 feet) above sea level, one of the highest growing in the Sumatra. These beans are directly full sun dried and packed by us, and shipped to our New Jersey and Milwaukee warehouse. This is a clean, bright, unique and impressive Sumatra.

Sulawesi Toraja

This coffee comes from geographically the northern part of the southwest chunk of the island. (They are located at in the mountainous area occupied by a native tribe called Toraja). Altitude: 1,300 up to 1,400 meters (4,300 up to 4,600 feet) above sea level. These beans are directly full sun dried by the farmers and sorted and packed by our team, and shipped to our New Jersey and Milwaukee warehouses.

Sumatra Gayo OrangUtan

This comes from the village north of Lake Tawar, Gayo Mountain. Would be a very impressive medium-roasted of the typical Sumatra profile. Very heavy, thick body. Altitude: 1,150 up to 1,400 meters (3,800 up to 4,600 feet) above sea level. This bean is sun dried to about 15% moisture by the farmers and continued to 12%, sorted and bagged by our team, and shipped to our New Jersey and Milwaukee warehouse.

Java Village - Siliwangi

A significant majority of coffee production in Java Island is managed by the government estates. However, there are several districts of small holder farmers in the western part of the island who operate independently. In theses desa or micro district in English, coffee is grown at altitudes ranging from 1,150 up to 1,400 meters (3,800 up to 4,600 feet) above sea level. These villages have been planting coffee trees from generations ago, very likely goes back to the Dutch era as Java is the first island to cultivate coffee in the South East Asia.