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The coffee story

Parikesit is our name for a project we started in 2021 with the Daya Sindoro farmer group on the slopes of Mount Sumbing and Mount Sindoro in Central Java.  In addition to the standard processing of full washed and wet-hulled coffee, we wanted to improve the cup quality overall in a honey process. Since the cooperative was amenable to producing a competition-grade lot for this year we started this experiment of anaerobic fermentation using a single yeast variety.

When we cupped the base honey this mixed varietal came from we thought that with a controlled fermentation we could improve sweetness and acidity. Our hypothesis was that the natural yeast and bacteria endemic to the fermentation process were not providing the right flavour notes to make this a stand out coffee.

The results of this trial proved a success. With access to a natural mountain spring for rinsing cherries as they arrive at the cooperative every afternoon during harvest, the Daya Sindoro team removed much of the natural yeast and bacteria during the floating step. This left a perfect media for inoculation with a commercial yeast strain commonly used to brew ales.

So we took a basic coffee, worked with a farmer group eager to learn new post-harvest practices and made what we think is a coffee that has to go on an offer list to anyone wanting to know what yeast fermentation or anaerobic fermentation is all about.

Read more about Troy Kiper of Bright Java here.

The process

Pulped cherry undergo a 48 Hour anaerobic fermentation using a Fermentis Ale Yeast. After fermenting in bags the parchment is dried on raised beds for 12-15 days then rested in parchment for 30 days before hulling and processing.
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Parikesit Central Java Anaerobic Honey

  • $9.2325 USD / kg FOB Conventional (no certification) est.
Origin
Indonesia
Variety
S-795, Sigarar utang, Adungsari, Kartika
Process type
Anaerobic fermentation
Altitude range
1350m - 1600m
Harvest period
June, 2022 - August, 2022
Average yearly production in bags
75
Available quantity
50 X 60 kg bags est.
  • Samples are unavailable
  • Shared shipments planned
    • Release from warehouse in Bremen from December, 2022
      Orders possible until 2022-09-12
  • Custom shipments unavailable
  • Doorstep delivery available
    We can arrange delivery to your roastery
Produced & offered by Bright Java Coffee Indonesia
  • Indonesia
  • Mill
  • 5 sales on Algrano
  • 2 Average orders per roaster
  • 4 Roaster relationships
  • Seller relationships with Roasters in

Reliable, Traceable, Quality Indonesian Coffee

We represent small holder farmers located throughout the island of Java in the the Indonesian archipelago. by partnering with smallholder co-ops we improve production quantity and cup quality. We mill all the coffee from the farmers we work with at our own dry mil to ensure every bag we export is specialty quality. By focusing on quality we provide the smallholder farmer (which produce 95% of Indonesia's coffee) hope and tools to make a better life through coffee.

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The coffee story

Parikesit is our name for a project we started in 2021 with the Daya Sindoro farmer group on the slopes of Mount Sumbing and Mount Sindoro in Central Java.  In addition to the standard processing of full washed and wet-hulled coffee, we wanted to improve the cup quality overall in a honey process. Since the cooperative was amenable to producing a competition-grade lot for this year we started this experiment of anaerobic fermentation using a single yeast variety.

When we cupped the base honey this mixed varietal came from we thought that with a controlled fermentation we could improve sweetness and acidity. Our hypothesis was that the natural yeast and bacteria endemic to the fermentation process were not providing the right flavour notes to make this a stand out coffee.

The results of this trial proved a success. With access to a natural mountain spring for rinsing cherries as they arrive at the cooperative every afternoon during harvest, the Daya Sindoro team removed much of the natural yeast and bacteria during the floating step. This left a perfect media for inoculation with a commercial yeast strain commonly used to brew ales.

So we took a basic coffee, worked with a farmer group eager to learn new post-harvest practices and made what we think is a coffee that has to go on an offer list to anyone wanting to know what yeast fermentation or anaerobic fermentation is all about.

Read more about Troy Kiper of Bright Java here.

The process

Pulped cherry undergo a 48 Hour anaerobic fermentation using a Fermentis Ale Yeast. After fermenting in bags the parchment is dried on raised beds for 12-15 days then rested in parchment for 30 days before hulling and processing.
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Shipping
Once the ordering period ends we will consolidate all coffees in a shared container. During transport, your coffee is fully insured. We will keep you informed about the shipment status.

Upon arrival of the coffee at the warehouse, you can choose between 2 delivery modes:

  • Doorstep delivery: We will take care of transport to your roastery. We will provide your coffee fully insured until it is ready for unloading from the truck at your roastery.
  • EXW (ex. warehouse) means that we will provide the coffee ready for pick-up at the terminal of the warehouse. You are responsible for organising transport and insurance from the warehouse to your roastery.

Currently, we can deliver coffee anywhere in Europe, except Hungary. For all European buyers, the coffee will be provided custom cleared in any case. Roasters in Switzerland choosing EXW will be responsible for customs clearance.

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