Walnut, Peat, Maple
Coffee was introduced to the Indonesian island of Java by the Dutch at the end of the seventeenth century, and it was, for many years, one of the most famous and sought-after coffees on the planet. Its productivity has diminished over the years, but the quality of the coffee remains high.
The coffees of Java are known for having much of the syrupy body, low acidity and exceptional sweetness of Sumatra, with a bit less of its intense earthiness. It is a great coffee for people who prefer a sweet, mellow profile rather than sharp acidity.