About this coffee
The Java Mountain Women’s Cooperative is situated South of Bandung, in West Java, Indonesia. Generally, much of the washed Arabica from Indonesia’s most populous island is produced in government plantations in East Java. Plantations like Blawan and Pancur are vestigial remnants of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) and their colonial coffee production practices. West Java was a major producer in the past, being one of the first areas used by the Dutch to cultivate coffee in the late 17th century. This area was devastated by the coffee leaf rust epidemic of 1876, and has only recovered production in recent years.
Fresh-roasted coffee, delivered when you need it, for the same price you pay at the grocery store or cafe.
We are in pursuit of the best coffee beans. Our process ensures only the finest quality, handpicked, Specialty Grade coffee.
Freshness is key. We roast in small batches to control all stages of the roasting process ensuring a consistent cup.
We ship each order within 48 hours of roasting to bring you the freshest coffee possible. Adjust your deliveries any time.