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Java Espresso

Spicy, speculoos & almond


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Coffee type:100% Arabica, Typica, Washed
Country of origin:Indonesia, island of Java
Availability:In stock
Product Information


Flavor Indication:
Spicy, speculoos & almond.

Brewing method:
Espresso machine, full automatic , espresso pitcher, iced and with milk.

Meet the coffee farmer:
Coffee farmer: Managed by the state-owned PT Perkebunan Nusantara company.
Coffee: Java Jampit
Plantation: Jampit
Location: Ijen Plateau, East Java

The coffee farmer:
The Java Jampit Estate in East Java, was founded in 1900 by the Netherlands-based Davit Bernie Administration Office and today is managed by the state-owned PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII (often abbreviated to PTPN XII).

The plantation and coffee:
Jampit Estate is one of four "government estate" plantations, which were already established during the time of the colonial Dutch coffee planters (Jampit, Blawan, Pancoer and Kayumas). The altitude of the Estate is about 1,300 meters above sea level, near the volcanic Iljen region. The growing cycle is 80 to 100 days and the coffee is harvested between June and September. At the Kalisat Jampit Factory, the coffee is fermented (anaerobic) for 36 hours, washed, rinsed and processed with 8 to 10 percent fruit left on the bean. It is then taken to patios to dry and later to raised beds to be sorted by hand.

Barend Boot: "I have tasted many Java coffees over the years. Java traditionally had mainly larger coffee plantations, including the Java Jampit, Blawan and Kajoemas estate. These plantations were made big in the late 19th century by Dutch entrepreneurs. I have a voluminous report on 50 years of the Kajoemas Estate. If you read that yearbook, you'll see that in coffee cultivation, a lot has stayed the same for decades."

"When my father Jacob started Boot coffee in 1973, Java coffee immediately became one of the regular basic flavors as filter coffee. At that time, filter coffee was still consumed much more than espresso. Java was presented as the best coffee for the morning, full body, spicy and earthy. I remember fresh filter coffee being brewed every 30 minutes in the store and how the Java tasted from the little porcelain cups with the gold rim.
In his younger years Jacob had the ideal of becoming a coffee agronomist and planter in Java. When the Netherlands, as a colonial power, was thrown out of Indonesia, that dream was over. Perhaps, I now think, that was also unconsciously a reason for my brother William to become a planter himself in Panama and Ethiopia?"

The Jampit Estate is involved in programs aimed at healing and fertilizing plants and improving productivity.

The name 'Java Jampit':
The coffee is named after its country of origin. Java has been known for centuries for its fertile soil, abundant natural resources and agricultural products, giving it the nickname "spice island." Today, Java remains rich in resources, diverse cultures and truly breathtaking natural beauty.

Download the coffee sheet:

Coffee sheet (PDF)