Java Coffee

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How do you like your coffee, select your grind.

Available as Wholebeans - Ground Medium Fine for filter machines - Ground Coarse for Cafetieres
Ground Fine for use in Espresso Machines.

Brewing instructions

Our Java Coffee Beans are a of gourmet quality. This speciality brew has a rich, earthy taste balanced perfectly between mellow and spicy notes and suits milk or cream, or even just served black.

Indonesian coffees are almost always delectable. Naturally, this dark roasted beverage is no exception. All of our coffees, no matter where in the world they come from, are roasted using the latest state-of-the-art Neuhaus Neotec fluidised air-bed system, which primarily uses convection heat transfer to roast the coffee beans. The process imparts many of the characteristics known and loved in all of our coffees, especially Java Coffee, an infusion for those who like their brews strong and hearty! Need a pick-me-up in the morning? Look no further than Java Coffee and be ready for the day ahead.

Coffee was first discovered in Ethiopia but was transported around the world by numerous colonial powers in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Such is the story of Indonesia, where coffee was introduced by the Dutch in 1699. Coffee was quick to thrive across the Javan landscape until the 1880’s, when a disease called coffee rust decimated plantations and farms. This forced many coffee farmers out of the lowlands and onto the higher plateaus, where ultimately, Javan Coffee developed in quality owing to the altitude.

Java is Indonesia’s largest coffee producer. It is known to produce top quality Arabica Coffee Beans, which are often stored for two to three years to allow them to have a fuller, richer taste. Other Indonesian coffee growing regions include Sulawesi, Flores, East Timor, Bali and, of course, Sumatra.

Today, Indonesia’s coffee plantations cover an estimated 1.24 million hectares of the country, 933 million hectares of Robusta plantations and 307 million hectares of Arabica. More than 90% of total plantations are cultivated by smallholder farmers who tend to own relatively small plantations of 1 to 2 hectares, each.

The harvesting season for Java-grown coffee is between June and October. Java also has the distinction of being the oldest coffee producer of its region in Indonesia. Support the continuing growth of Indonesia’s Coffee Industry today with our Java Coffee. We are proud to support many smallholder farms and estates from all over the world and will always try our hardest to impart our family values into every one of our beverages.

Choose taste, choose ethics, choose Java Coffee with The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company.

Additional info
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Breakfast, Lunchtime, Afternoon, Evening
  • Country
    South America
  • Roast