Grown on the island of Java, the name of this bean has become synonymous with coffee. Like many other Indonesian varietals, this bean is low in acidity and produces a rich, buttery brew with a sweet aroma. It does not contain the same earthiness indicative of most Indonesian coffees however. Featuring a broad, smooth body and delicate floral notes, this bean has complex flavor profile. You can’t claim to love coffee until you’ve tried this distinctive bean!
Roasting is a heat process that unlocks the aroma and flavor of green coffee beans. Roast Levels indicate the color, profile, & general characteristics of coffee beans resulting from the roasting process.
A pleasing & vibrant brightness that enhances a coffee’s flavor. Often described as a lively, crisp, tart, or sharp taste.
The tactile sense of consistency and thickness in the mouth, distinct from aroma and taste.