Best
Indonesian
Speciality

 
 

Solok Radjo (Sumatra Island)
Garut Kasuga (Java Island)
Bandung Naganingrum (Java Island)
Gayo Pantan Musara (Sumatera Island)
Flores Bhajawa (Flores Island)


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Best Indonesian Speciality

Indonesian Five is a project of Work Coffee Indonesia to introduce the best of five Indonesian Specialty Coffees. We bring five Indonesian finest coffees from five different producers to five continents in the world. We have been fortunate to try some of the best coffees in Indonesia, divers from the famous region in Gayo Highland plantation on Sumatra to remote area in Bhajawa on Flores Island. We establish partnership with some of the multi generation family farm to develop an environmental approach in coffee farming to support a sustainability initiative that aimed to fight the effects of climate change. We work closely with all the producers we source and over the years we have established close relations with most of them. Countless hours are spent developing the coffees both at farm level and in our roastery and the QC-lab.

We love what we do and want to share it with you, thus Work Coffee Indonesia is proudly presents the INDONESIA FIVE

Passionate Business

From the beginning, WORK Coffee is and will always be a passion-based business with one simple mission: to provide our customers with an exceptional casual experience, budget friendly and local pride. We have done that in a few different ways, but we believe the best experience begins with the coffee itself and that means responsibly-sourced and prepared coffee beans are irreplaceable for the dynamic of the experience we strive to create. 

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Indonesian coffees are one of the oldest and famous coffee origin in the world. As a heritage, it is one of our mission to support the sustainability. At WORK, all of our beans are sourced directly from the finest coffee producers in Indonesia. We really love coffee and we give a full attention to detail, to every aspect of coffee making; from the beans, to the roasting process, to human relations and environmental sustainability; from seed to cup.

Today, we have sent our green and roasted beans to more than 50 coffee shops in Indonesia and for the last few years we try our best curating and delivering some of the best beans abroad. Finally, we are proud to offer these carefully selected finest Indonesia coffee to world market.


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Shared Value

WORK coffee understands that without reliable sources we cannot craft a good coffee consistently. This lead us to creating shared value: the company wants consumers to benefit from quality coffee, but at the same time also to build better economy for the community and preserve the environment for the future generations. We do this because we know that great coffee is only sustainable if we support and working together hand-in-hand with the producers.

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Sustainable Future

We establish partnership with some of the multi generational family farms to develop an environmental approach in coffee farming to support a sustainability initiative aimed at combating the effects of climate change. Through our farming education programs, farmers are trained in agricultural best practices to help improve their productivity and the quality of their harvests. They were able to implement sustainable practices as well as generating collaboration between modern cuttingedge farming methods with the traditional ones. This unique collaboration is based on shared goals of ensuring higher productivity for farmers, and making the local coffee industry in Indonesia more resilient to climate change.

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On consumer side, we support the transition from a throw-away society to a zero waste world through policies and best practice of waste reduction at source, repair, re-use and recycling. The process begins with committing to zero waste, begins from our processing room, processing our used coffee grounds to organic fertilizer, using biodegradable trash bag from cassava starch, composting our organic waste, no plastic straw, using coasters made of seed paper at our coffee shop and also create easy recycling solution available to our customers, such as our tumbler usage program.

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Quality of Life

Coffee is an important export commodity in Indonesia, with more than a million households linked to production of the beans. For many of the men and women involved, farming is their sole or primary source of income, and to achieve a better life is also our palpable passion and enthusiasm. To ensure the sustainability of our supply and reliable access to consistently good coffee, we need more than just buying ethically sourced coffee from the coops. It is also very important for us to develop a better way to the market and impacts directly on the quality of life. Guided by principles of integrity, professionalism, competence, respect, fairness and transparency.

In practice, that means to encourage and continue our support for their established member-owned cooperative to generate more plans, such as to invest more in its facilities and processing capacity and to provide a better income, or expanding access to ever better markets and giving back ever more to their farmers. Selling their coffee through a co-op means most of the profits are redistributed back to the farmers. As a result of our collective efforts, many hundreds of families in the area are today reaping the rewards of good organization, smart farming practices, a mutually-supportive structure that allows them all to prosper so the farmers can keep working towards sustainable development in their communities, and strive to produce and deliver exceptional specialty coffee.

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The Business

Under our legal identity, PT Hamani Bin Miko, we employ +100 baristas, 150 Runner, Q graders, and many more. Besides running our own coffee farm, we also make a partnership in managing a dozens of farms in the most famous coffee estates in Indonesia such as Gayo, Kerinci, Flores, West Java and East Java. And yes we do direct trade for green bean from producers to your country

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The Business

Under our legal identity, PT Hamani Bin Miko, we employ +100 baristas, 150 Runner, Q graders, and many more. Besides running our own coffee farm, we also make a partnership in managing a dozens of farms in the most famous coffee estates in Indonesia such as Gayo, Kerinci, Flores, West Java and East Java. And yes we do direct trade for green bean from producers to your country

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Our Coffee

Coffee growing regions around the world are renowned for producing distinct flavors in their beans that represent the origin. These are our most favorite and selected beans. Every step that we do is accurately calculated to perfectly suit the blend of origins and produce top quality coffee.

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Our Coffee

Coffee growing regions around the world are renowned for producing distinct flavors in their beans that represent the origin. These are our most favorite and selected beans. Every step that we do is accurately calculated to perfectly suit the blend of origins and produce top quality coffee.

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Solok Radjo

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  • Region: Sumatera Island
  • 1200 - 1700 masl;
  • Varieties: Lini S, Sigararutang, Kartika
  • Natural process: Ripe Banana
    aroma, Tropical fruit - Matoa, Smooth medium body, sweet clean finish

Established in 2012, Solok Radjo Cooperative born out of the farmers’ problems in selling their coffee beans. This lead to farmers’ initiatives to make changes in the coffee trading system by establishing a co-op. furthermore, they started a program namely “The development of Arabica coffee with a sustainable agricultural orientation”. Carried out by a group of young people who have great passion to empower the locals and also big interest to preserve the environment.

The main production is operated in Solok Highland, West Sumatra province, with altitude between 1200 – 1700 above sea level.

Solok Radjo coffee has a distinct aroma and taste, a combination of refreshingly acidity and sweet taste with a delightful scent of spices. Their coffees has continued to gain recognition in the Indonesian market as well as international.

WORK Coffee Indonesia proudly to be able to work together with the co-op and present the coffees from Solok Radjo. In this occasion, we bring two different coffee processes, Giling Basah (fully washedwet hulled) and Natural process.

Garut Kasuga

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  • Region : West Java
  • 1400 - 1600 masl
  • Varieties: Typica, Lini S,sigararutang, yellow bourbon
  • Fully washed
  • Floral aromas, Black tea, Dried fruit, vanilla, Fruittea, medium body, sweet clean finish

During the colonial era, West Java was the earliest coffee plantation under the VOC. The Dutch began the cultivation and exporting coffee trees in Java since the 17th century. Agricultural system in Java have changed considerably over time. As of 2015 Java’s old colonial-era plantations provide just a fraction of the coffee grown on the island and they produced primarily the high-valued Arabica coffee.

Produced by the farmers group called KASUGA, the plantation is located in Garut, West Java province with an altitude of 1400 to 1600 meters above sea level and has severalvarieties of Arabica coffee, such as typical, Lini S, Sigararutang and yellow bourbon. Its rich volcanic soil and the micro climate are perfect for producing the top-quality specialty Arabica coffee.

West Java now is emerging as one of the top-quality coffee region in Indonesia and Work Coffee Indonesia would love to give you an opportunity to try and taste the coffee from this region. We bring the fully washed coffee which has a balanced flavor, medium body with sweet aroma of floral and cinnamon, tastes like caramel and black tea with a clean, sweet and smooth finish.

Bandung Naganingrum

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  • Region : West Java/North Bandung
  • 1200-1600 mdpl
  • Varieties: Ateng, lini s,catimor, sigararutang
  • Washed
  • Jasmine-like aroma, caramel, clean light body with black tea finish

North Bandung area was one of the earlier location of the coffee plantation in Indonesia, which was established by The VOC (dutch) in 17th century. However due to the rust diseases and also the growth of the population most of the plants were cut and changed to the vegetables. About ten years ago, some farmers lead by Kopi Florist were starting to collect the seeds form the old trees and replanting the coffee plants. They did this to protect forest ecosystems and prevent soil erosion.

Located in the North of the capital city of West Java Province with the altitude of 1200 – 1600 meters above the sea level, the plantation is growth with multi varieties from Ateng, Lini S, Catimor and Sigararutang. The coffee that we bring to you is the washed process with notes are Jasmine-like aroma, caramel, clean light body with black tea finish.

As one of the reviving coffee producing areas in Indonesia, North Bandung continues to grow and develop to produce quality coffee beans.

All our coffees are carefully sourced from our favorite origins based on a philosophy where quality, traceability, innovation and social responsibility is the main focus.

Gayo Pantan Musara

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  • Region: Sumatera Island
  • 1100 - 1600 masl
  • Varieties: Lini S, Kartika, sigararutang
  • Wet Hulled
  • lemongrass, ginger, pomelo, sweet caramel, buttery full body, clean finish

This coffee is produced by Hendra Maulizar and grown in one of the well-known coffee region in Indonesia, the Gayo Highland. Much to the favor of the fertile volcanic soil, Gayo coffee delivers not only a distinct and unique taste of the classic and notable Sumatran Arabica spices notes such as ginger, clove and lemongrass, but the coffee also presents aroma and flavor of floral, black tea to dried fruit. It also has a clean and sweet aftertaste with a full-body mouthfeel.

The coffee is grown by smallholders under shade trees with the altitude between 1100 to 1600 meters above sea level.

Work Coffee Indonesia presents two different processing types, Fully washed – dry hulled and the Giling Basah (fully washedwet hulled.)

Hendra is one of the wellknown coffee producers in Indonesia. Some of his coffees are used not only in the National barista/ brewer championship, but also presented in the World Barista Championship. Work Coffee Indonesia is happy and proud to be able to work together hand-in-hand with him.

Flores Bhajawa Warosoba

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  • Region: Flores Island
  • 1250-1500 mdpl
  • Varieties: Lini s795, Typica, Kartika
  • Fully washed
  • plum, milk chocolate, creamy mouthfeel, clean sweet finish, medium body, sweet clean finish

This coffee is cultivated in the region of Bajawa in the island of Flores, East Nusa Tenggara Province. Washed processed and slow dried, this coffee bean is grown in the elevation of 1,400 masl. In Bajawa, normally harvest ended in September every year. We’ve been working hard in preparing the best bean during the harvest, reconstruct processing site as well as working with the farmers. Currently we have 115 farmers as our partner and 100 of them are female farmers. We are very proud the women who are actively involved in the coffee farming are also those who eager to learn and have a great concern to change their life.

We are committed to help them become successful farmers and better community by giving them assistance on the quality and knowledge so they could achieve the maximum benefit from their coffee farm.

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