Full-bodied, clean, and thick.  Not as earthy as some of the Indonesian coffees such as Sulawesi and Sumatra.


Island of Java in Indonesia, mostly on the east side in the Ijen volcano complex. The largest coffee estates on Java are Djampit, Blawan, Pancoer, and Kayumas.

CoffeeMan Dan says, “Java coffee is one of Indonesia’s most popular coffees. Its smoothness complements the lively intensity of Yemen Mocha to create the traditional and very successful Mocha-Java blend.”

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