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    Greeting

    Hi i'm a coffee learner currently living in Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta region produced a very small quantity of coffee beetwen coffee producer region in Indonesia. Single origin coffee in Yogyakarta found in suroloyo peak and merapi. Hope i'm learning much more from this forum
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    Quote Originally Posted by benyo.o View Post
    Hi i'm a coffee learner currently living in Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta region produced a very small quantity of coffee beetwen coffee producer region in Indonesia. Single origin coffee in Yogyakarta found in suroloyo peak and merapi. Hope i'm learning much more from this forum

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    I have never heard of Yogyakarta region in Indonesia. it sounds very interesting.
    can you give us more information on your coffee? profile, farm info, processing...etc.
    appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ensoluna View Post
    I have never heard of Yogyakarta region in Indonesia. it sounds very interesting.
    can you give us more information on your coffee? profile, farm info, processing...etc.
    appreciate it.
    Yogyakarta specificly Suroloyo is a village that produced coffee and tea. Located about 1100 MASL. They started plant coffee about 20 years ago. They plant robusta and arabica. The arabica variety is Linie S, and recently they plant Kartika variety. Due to unstable climate, they mainly proccessed coffee full wash. But if the weather is hot they produced small portion of natural and honey proccess.

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    thanks for quick reply.
    if your elevation is only 1100, I do not think that your Arabica can be a high quality. It is just too low elevation for high grade Arabica (over 80 point).
    also, you have mentioned that you might do Natural / Honey, however, I am guessing that your climate is very hot & HUMID which isn't good for Natural & Honey process due to over-fermentation.

    Anyway, I am just assuming. I will appreciate it if you can tell us more about it.
    thanks
    Alex from Ensoluna S.A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benyo.o View Post
    Hi i'm a coffee learner currently living in Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta region produced a very small quantity of coffee beetwen coffee producer region in Indonesia. Single origin coffee in Yogyakarta found in suroloyo peak and merapi. Hope i'm learning much more from this forum
    Welcome, benyo.o.

    Come to Salatiga some time and I will take you around to all my coffee people here. We have a couple of Q-Graders in town with lots of knowledge too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ensoluna View Post
    thanks for quick reply.
    if your elevation is only 1100, I do not think that your Arabica can be a high quality. It is just too low elevation for high grade Arabica (over 80 point).
    also, you have mentioned that you might do Natural / Honey, however, I am guessing that your climate is very hot & HUMID which isn't good for Natural & Honey process due to over-fermentation.

    Anyway, I am just assuming. I will appreciate it if you can tell us more about it.
    thanks
    Alex from Ensoluna S.A.
    I do not have enough experience on cupping protocol and scoring, so i don't know what grade is the coffee. But yeah i think it is not have outstanding quality compared to specialty coffee.
    The weather in the village is not too hot but indeed it is humid.

    But i think the main point of good coffee culture is to appreciate local product. And i enjoy their coffee so it's all good

    Hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by birght_java View Post
    Welcome, benyo.o.

    Come to Salatiga some time and I will take you around to all my coffee people here. We have a couple of Q-Graders in town with lots of knowledge too.
    Hello
    Yeah if i have time i'm sure would visit salatiga.

    Do you have phone contact or maybe social media? Love to have more friend in coffee business in my home country

    Salam bro 🇲🇨

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    hi
    i am from china
    Nice to meet you

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    Welcome @benyo.o the best part of the forum, is that you can meet many other coffee lovers around the world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by haoyan View Post
    hi
    i am from china
    Nice to meet you
    Hai haoyan nice to meet you too

 

 
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