.– our quality beans  –

we are here to help you get the best coffee beans.

Arabica AAA Premium Organic

, all our beans are grown with strict organic rules. Sumatran beans are very low in acidity and produce an aromatic flavour. Arabica beans tend to have a sweeter, softer taste, with tones of sugar, fruit, and berries. Their acidity is higher with that wine taste that characterises coffee with excellent acidity. The mountainous regions where these are grown are re-known for producing a high quality Arabica,

Vintage Arabica AAAA Organic

these beans are AAAA quality arabica beans. all our beans are grown with strict organic rules.Hand selected they have been lovingly nursed for over 12 months in the fruit with husk on. This allows the beans to develop a much richer flavour like a vintage wine that has been aged. Their acidity is higher and somehow sweater with that wine taste that characterises this coffee bean, they have an excellent acidity like a well matured wine

Aceh-Gayo Arabica AAA

The Gayo region of Sumatra is re-known for producing a high quality Arabica, grown in the lovely mountain basin surrounding Lake Tawar and the town of Takengon. Another reason these beans have a high quality is that they are hand harvested, although this is labour intensive and tedious it allows the workers to pick only the ripe beans off the tree, creating AAA quality beans for your pleasure. Also, all our beans are grown with strict organic rules

Robusta Great AAAA Red Gading

Red Gading is a quality plant producing the best robusta beans, with 5 star ratings. Coffees from any region in Sumatra are best when grown at high elevations – above 1,250 meters above sea level is ideal. This slows the growing process, allowing the plant more time to deliver nutrients and minerals to the coffee beans so that they develop a fuller, richer robust flavor.

WILD Kopi Luwak AAAA quality

the difficulty in collecting these beans digested and fermented by the WILD Civet Cat, along with the extra processing that is required that contributes to the high cost of Kopi Luwak beans. … it is widely agreed that it is all worth it as the end result is amazing!


According to data from the Indonesian Coffee Exporters Association (AEKI),

Indonesian farmers in cooperation with the relevant ministries are planning to expand Indonesia’s coffee plantations,

while rejuvenating old plantations through intensification programs.

By increasing acreage,

Indonesia’s coffee production in the coming ten years is targeted to 

reach between 900,000 and 1.2 million tons per year


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coffee beans ripening on branch
1aaa gayo beans dried
ripe on branch


* check our coffee specials page for excellent prices 


Indonesian Coffee is Among the World’s Best

Indonesia is the world’s 3rd biggest coffee producing country according to the

International Coffee Organisation.

Many of the islands of Indonesia were formed by volcanoes and still benefit from soil that’s rich in volcanic ash and ideal for growing coffee.

Indonesia’s 3,200-mile archipelago with 13,000 islands, 120 active volcanoes, rainfall, fertile soil, and ideal temperatures have led to the existence of a variety of coffees.


 Certifications include organic, sustainable, high-altitude, and fair-trade. In general, such labels are excellent indicators of a fine quality product.

Even though “fair trade” doesn’t specifically refer to the taste of the beans, it does mean that the progression of growing has been closely monitored. Achieving and maintaining organic certification means that growers are held accountable for the way they treat their product.

You can feel confident that there are no traces of pesticides in your cup of organic coffee, and that the natural pests that attack coffee trees have been controlled through nontoxic methods.