Geography

Indonesia green coffee beans

Indonesian green coffee beans are known for its bright and unusual taste. Terroir is ideal for growing coffee (mountainous landscape, mineralized soil, rainfall and salt air).

Farmers produce approximately 400-700 thousand tons of Indonesian coffee a year.
Processing methods: washed and traditionally Indonesian method - wet-hulled. Well-Hull was invented due to the high humidity in the region, which made it hard to dry the coffee using conventional methods.

More than 20 varieties of Arabica are grown in Indonesia. The basic ones are: typica, hibrido de timor (tim-tim), catimor, caturra, Mundo Novo.

Beans produced:

2020 / 12 million bags (60 kg each)

World market share in kg (Arabica and Robusta)

7,1%

Coffee beans export revenue:

$822 millions

Fest Coffee Mission is a specialty green coffee importer which can help to get the best Indonesian green coffee beans wholesale directly from farms. More information about specialty green coffee you can find on our website.

High quality Indonesian green coffee beans for wholesale

We are always open to cooperation and partnership, so feel free to contact us with your ideas - we will implement them together!

Additional goods
  • from farm to bar
  • clear origin
  • special beans type
  • flavors, acids, and enzymes palette
  • correct storage

Our range includes only Criollo and Trinitario - high-quality beans from Honduras. In January, we expect deliveries from El Salvador and Colombia.

For additional information, call +380 93 4380474 Olga

In the most remote region of Guatemala, this salt has been used for cooking for centuries. Black volcanic salt is rich in minerals and has a bright volcanic taste and egg flavor.

The price is $10 per kilogram.

Natural sugar is the evaporated sugar cane juice, not the centrifuges and esters used to make crystallized and refined modern sugar.

Panela is a unique and helpful alternative to sugar, which tastes like dried honey if it existed. The product can be ground or in briquettes or packed in special bags.

The price starts at $3 per kilogram (before tax).