Java Kayumas Taman Dadar
* Tasting notes: cherry, black pepper, dark chocolate
**Limited Roast **
Part of ACK Roasters “limited roast series”, you now have the opportunity to try beans less widely available that produce unique coffees and have flavor characteristics we think you’ll love. These are truly small batch roasts and when they’re gone, they’re gone!
If you enjoy complex and full flavored Indonesian coffees, the Java Taman Dadar is worth a try.
Medium-dark roasted, these beans produce a great full body coffee with a medium sweetness and low acidity. It’s flavor is bold enough to hold up to some cream and sugar (if you go that route) and smooth enough for those that drink it black.
- Limited roast
- Rain Forest Alliance Certified
- Fair Trade Certified
- 12 oz resealable compostable bags
- Shipped fresh roasted
* Tasting notes do not mean the coffee is flavored. Tasting notes for all coffees can be very subtle and dependent on the way the coffee is brewed.
Low acidity, moderately sweet with a nice complex balance of flavors of cherry and dark chocolate.
Though large government-run plantations are common, this lot is produced by smallholder farmers who also produce other crops for income diversity. This coffee is sourced from family-owned farms in Java, Indonesia, particularly around the Kayumas and Curah Tatal villages. Taman Dadar, meaning “flower garden,” aptly describes the farming method is used by these smallholder farms. More environmentally friendly, the coffee beans are inter-cropped with avocados, Erythrina, Albizia, and Leucaena trees, which produce food for local consumption and shade.
Coffee was first cultivated in Java in the 17th century, but a massive rust outbreak in the late 19th century wiped out a considerable part of the coffee crops. Cultivation began again at higher elevations, where rich volcanic soil and high elevation provides excellent growing conditions for specialty coffee.
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