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What are the distinctive features of coffees from Indonesia?

Discover the distinct flavor of Indonesia Rainmaker for filter coffee and see what coffee from Asia, which is not a popular coffee continent in Europe, tastes like. Indulge in coffee from Indonesia with strong flavors of rhubarb, red fruits and a refined taste of tobacco.

Brew your coffee in a drip, Kalita, Aeropress, Chemex, pour-over coffee maker - we have specially roasted Indonesia brightly for filter coffee, so that it enjoys its fruity notes.

Rainmaker Indonesia coffee will invite you on a journey through the island of Sumatra, one of Indonesia's 17,000 islands. Every year we feature beans from the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative. Check out what the freshest harvest tastes like!

If Indonesian coffees are still unfamiliar to you - don't wait, explore Rainmaker Indonesia for filter coffee!

Learn more about coffee from Peru, where plantations are located at altitudes above 900 meters above sea level. Check out information about Mandarinasniyoc plantation and learn how coffee is grown there. 

 

Why those beans are roasted especially for filter coffee?

Is it ok to roast coffees “for everything”? It can be, just why? There was an old bleach commercial that perfectly sums up the multitasking and versatility of products:

- when something is for everything, it's for nothing.

When brewing coffees in an espresso machine, which is a pressurized method, the ground coffee is literally in contact with water for 25 to 35 seconds. If we use, for example, a drip, AeroPress or Chemeks, or a pour-over coffee maker, the coffee in such methods brews from 2.5 to 12 minutes.

This is why our Indonesia Rainmaker is roasted separately for filter coffee but also separately for espresso. Each method requires a different roasting profile, and properly roasted coffee will reveal its unique character in your cup. We just accentuate it, and you discover it.

If you use an automatic, cob or coffee machine - go ahead and check out our Indonesia Rainmaker coffee for espresso machines. On the other hand, if you prefer Indonesia coffees for filter coffee, stay with this coffee.

Kopi luwak zza oceanu spokojnego uchodzi za specjalność Indonezji. Tymczasem plantacje położone w tym kraju dają dużo lepsze kawy niż kopi luwak.

 

Indonesian coffee beans and their charm

ndonesia Rainmaker is the coffee that comes back to us every year. This is the third time we have had a new crop from the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative. Every year we get the questions “when is Rainmaker coming back?!”, our coffee drinkers sign up for notifications about the return of the product and wait impatiently.

Indonesia Rainmaker is our phenomenon, and the harvest from the friendly co-op is getting better every year. We love it, our coffee drinkers love it, so we're sure it will be your new favorite coffee.

 

Aroma and flavour

In Indonesia, coffee cultivation has been a sensibility and knowledge since the turn of the 17th century. We put into your hands beans that come from coffee cultivation with care for the environment. Thanks to the quality and provenance, you can sense the flavor of rhubarb, ripe red fruits and tobacco in Indonesia Rainmaker coffee. We also sensed notes of oak barrel, raspberry and red grapes in Indonesia Rainmaker coffee.

Character of those beans

Indonesia Rainmaker coffee has a fruity and sweet character. Thanks to natural processing, this coffee will surprise you with refreshing notes of rhubarb and the characteristic taste of ripe red fruits. The coffee has a pleasant red wine acidity, so if you like this unique flavor, we recommend it to you wholeheartedly.

 

 

Strength
Kopi luwak przez słabą jakość ma szczyci się niesłusznie niską kwasowością. Tymczasem są dużo lepsze ziarna kaw z Indonezji np. Gayo Mountain. Ziarna kawowca to niejedyne, co Indonezja uprawia. Jest to też kauczuk, robusta. Ludzie zajmują się tym też na wysopie Flores i Bali. Niezależnie od pory dnia sięgnij do ulubionych ziaren obrobionych na mokro lub pozyskanych dzięki suszeniu na słońcu. Z naszej palarni wybierzesz kawy, które smakują też dobrze z mlekiem. Ciesz się posmakiem jaki ma ten wyjątkowy surowiec, doceniany na całym świecie. Plantacje z Indonezji i ich ziarno to gwarancja jakości, jaką znajdziesz w naszym sklepie. Przechowuj produkt nie w wilgotnym miejscu, a suchym.
Sweetness
Uprawy kawy wysokiej jakości dają niezwykłe smaki kawowca. Znajdziesz w nich kakao, czekoladowe nuty i możesz cieszyć się posmakiem owoców. Arabica ziarnista czy Robusta? A może Kopi luwak? Coffee Arabica to niezwykłe indonezyjskie kawy i na tym poprzestańmy. Większość kawy to ziarna pochodzące zza oceanu spokojnego i indyjskiego. To wyjątkowe warunki i wyrazisty smak. W ostatnich latach plantacje z gayo mountain produkują świetny surowiec, który poddają suszeniu. Coffee arabika to obecnie najlepsze uprawy kawowca z Indonezji. Aromat espresso czy przelewów jest niezwykły - przekonaj się sam!
Dessertiness
Flores, Bali, Java, Sumatra - to topowe wyspy znane na świecie, a ich krzewy dają produkt doskonały do obróbki na mokro i suchej. Produkt, który jest w naszym sklepie to kawa Indonezja Rainmaker do espresso i alternatyw.Mniej więcej 25% upraw to wprawy Coffee Arabica. Ziarna kawowca z większości upraw obrabiane są na mokro, jednak produkt z obróbki poddanej suszeniu to też gwarancja jakości. Obrabiane na sucho ziarna są znane na świecie. Suszenie stosuje się też w Etiopii. Kawowe produkty z takiej obróbki to mocna kawa z niską kwasowością.  Uprawy kawy z Indonezji to niezwykły aromat, a Arabica to czekoladowe szaleństwo, którego szuka większość palarni.
Fruitiness
Produkt, waga - to informacje, które znajdziesz na stronie produktu po prawej stronie. Holenderskie władze kolonialne okupowały plantacje położone w całym kraju. Większość plantacji produkowała robusty. Waga kawy to 250, 500 1kg i 60g. Odpowiednia waga to dobry zapas! Krzewy kawowca z naszych ulubionych upraw rosną w wilgotnym miejscu, gdzie surowiec ziaren jest odpowiednio uprawiany. W naszym sklepie waga każdej kawy jest inna. A jaka będzie Twoja ulubiona waga?

 

How to brew coffee Indonesia Rainmaker

Indonesia Rainmaker coffee has a roasting grade for filter coffee. This means that we roasted the beans brightly so that they have a pleasant flavor after long contact with water during brewing.

Read our articles and try recipes for brewing coffee in different alternative methods: drip, Kalita, Chemex, Aeropress and pour-over machine.

Start with water

Not everyone has thought about it, but it's true. If you do not bite the coffee beans dry, but simply brew it with water. Therefore, the coffee in your cup consists mainly of water.

What is the best water to use for coffee? Read our article and find out which water is best for brewing coffee.

Brew Heartless in the Hario V60 dripper

Podczas parzenia kawy zadbaj o miękką wodę i drip hario.

Drip is one of the alternative brewing methods in which any coffee is worth brewing. The Hario V60 drip is a method in which coffees faithfully reflect their character. Apart from cupping, it's a pretty good method to test the beans and get a feel for their true flavour.

Read the article about the Drip V60 and find out how to brew coffee professionally in it.

Dripper Kalita

Wyczuwalne smaki ziarna kawy najlepiej wydobywają się w przelewowych metodach parzenia.

Do you like intensity of flavour? Blend Heartless brewed in this method will be more intense than from a drip and other methods. We can bid on: drip or Kalita. One thing is for sure, in no alternative method will you get coffee with a strong flavour like from Kalita.

Read the article on how to brew coffee in a Kalita dripper.

 

Cold brew coffee

Do metod parzenia potrzebna jest gorąca lub zimna woda, zmielone ziarna kawy i odrobina wolnego czasu.

Light roasted coffee is perfect for cold brew, especially if it has a fruity flavour. Cold brew is a drink you'll enjoy at many specialty coffee shops, and what's more, you can make it at home.

Simply pour cold water over the ground coffee beans and macerate in the fridge for a few hours. From our cold brew recipe, you'll learn exactly how to make this drink.

The intriguing Aeropress

Każda z metod parzenia ma inne potrzeby.

AeroPress is a method that conquers fruit flavours in coffee. If you like fruit, reach for the Heartless blend!

There are many master recipes for this method. The AeroPress offers many brewing possibilities, so we have prepared an article that reveals how to brew coffee in the AeroPress.

Quick coffee from a drip coffee maker

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Coffees brewed in a drip coffee maker have a similar taste to coffees from drippers. If you like coffee that brews itself and happens quickly - you will love pour-over machines.

On our blog you will find an article about pour-over coffee brewing. It's a great opportunity to learn about recipes and tips for pour-overs. Don't hesitate to use it.

Why is the Roastains roastery the best source of coffee?

We are a small, local coffee roaster. The beans we choose are grown by farmers who have small plantations, and their annual harvest is often less than the weekly demand of a big-box store. That's why, you won't find our coffees in the market. We love quality and uniqueness. We roast our coffee every day and know absolutely everything about our beans.

That's why you can buy packages filled with fresh coffee that comes from a verified source. What's more, below you'll learn all about the country, region, plantation and processing of the coffee that could be in your home in just three days!

 

 

Indonesia Rainmaker beans for filter coffee - take a look at it

 

Facts

  • Origin: Kerinci Regency, Sumatra, Indonesia
  • Producer: Koerintji Barokah Bersama Cooperative
  • Altitude: 1200 - 1700 m.a.s.l.
  • Specie: Coffea Arabica
  • Varietal: Andung Sari, S. 795, P-88, Sigararutang, Gayo 2, Ateng Super
  • Processing: dry (natural)
  • Harvest: current crop
  • Quality: Specialty, 86,75 cupping points from our Q Arabica Grader

 

Coffee growing regions in Indonesia - Sumatra

Crossed by the equator, the westernmost of Indonesia's seventeen thousand islands. That's Sumatra. Gathering the most abundant rains of the year, it has the country's highest active volcano, Kerinci, 3,800 meters high, which dominates the island's scenery. Its summit offers a view of forest-covered valleys and a mosaic constructed of green farmland. Farmers there reap the benefits of high-altitude cultivation and fertile volcanic soils, on which grow arabica bushes that are gaining a reputation in the world of specialty segment coffees for their superior quality.

This particular coffee comes from West Sumatra, from the region around Kerinci Seblat National Park, which is home to a lush tropical rainforest and Sumatran tigers. It is grown by 320 members of the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative, who live and farm on a plateau at the foot of Mount Kerinci.

W ostatnich latach większość plantacji uprawia arabiki segmentu specialty.

 

Meet the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative

The cooperative is managed by Triyono, who is a young and very inspiring figure in his community. Still making a living selling vegetables and chickens in 2012, he began to take an interest in coffee and its cultivation thanks to a local project that supports and educates growers. Triyono learned about bean processing, environmentally sustainable coffee farming, marketing and the potential of arabica in the Sumatra region. Soon, thanks to the young grower's ambitions, a coffee cherry processing plant began to emerge in his backyard. Today, Triyono oversees work at his co-op's stations and performs cupping to constantly monitor the quality of the beans produced.

Since 2017, the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative has been growing and processing coffee at its own mill. Triyono, educates growers with a fully equipped roasting facility, which is a great rarity, indeed a luxury on coffee plantations. Farmers in Sumatra are taking more and more initiatives to organize themselves into cooperatives. In the past, growers had no say in the price for their cherries or beans in parchment. In cooperatives, they can share resources, organize training and negotiate better prices.

Większość kawy z Indonezji szczyci się niską kwasowością, jednak wysokość upraw sprawia, że owoc kawowca jest bardziej kwaskowaty.” width=

 

How does the Koerintji Barokah Bersama cooperative work?

 

The coffee is harvested by hand by growers and adults from their families. After harvesting, the cherries are delivered to a collection point and small processing stations called UPHs, where they are processed before being transferred to a central mill. There are nine such points, all overseen by the cooperative's manager, Triyono.

A farmer receives 9,500 Indonesian rupiah (about $2.6) per kilogram of cherries. For example, a bottle of mineral water costs 3,000 rupiah and a dinner at a restaurant or a loaf of bread costs 10,000-12,000 rupiah. You're probably wondering how many kilograms of coffee can a farmer in Indonesia harvest from one hectare? We checked! At low yields, it's 800 kg/hectare. Farmers also receive technical support and tree seedlings to shade the farm.

To join the cooperative, as a producer (UPH), one must pay a one-time membership fee of about $400 (5 million rupiah). Each station and UPH purchase is located in a different area and receives cherries from different groups of farmers. Cooperative members have a regular buyer for their cherries, and the cooperative's profit at the end of the year is either invested in infrastructure to improve quality, or shared with producers.

In addition to growing coffee cherries, many of the cooperative's small farmers work after the coffee harvest as hired laborers on nearby tea plantations, which is also a huge crop in the area.

Robusta uprawiana jest niżej nad poziomem morza niż arabika, stąd ziarna robusty są gorzkie.

 

Coffee processing Indonesia Rainmaker

Arabica production in Sumatra is mainly related to the wet hulled process, which we wrote more about in our article on Indonesia. This particular micro-patch is a natural. After being sorted by hand, the coffee berries are thoroughly dried in the sun, resulting in a very sweet flavor with fruity and vinous notes. This process, which is quite rare on the islands of Indonesia, yields much cleaner tasting coffees than those from wet hulled processing.

If you want to learn more about this remarkable country of a thousand islands and learn about wet hulled processing, be sure to visit our article we wrote about coffee and its history in Indonesia

Kraj Indonezja położony pomiędzy granicami Oceanu Indyjskiego, był okupowany przez holenderskie władze kolonialne. Dziś kawa z Indonezji szczyci się jakością.

 

Kopi luwak - is it the best coffee from Indonesia you can drink?

The digestion of the fruit and, in part, the seeds takes place in the digestive tract of the palm weasel - a mammal of the weasel family, which locally in Indonesia is just called luwak. Digestion and fermentation of the fruit begins when the animal eats the coffee fruit and bites off the pulp, and ends when the excreted beans, along with the animal's feces, dry out and are purified. The potentate in harvesting kopi luwak is Indonesia.

It used to be that the graces lived in the wild and selected the best fruits, which could actually make the coffee taste better, this created the myth of brilliant coffee. And the myth of kopi luwak generated such a fad for it that the pickers, or rather wild graces, could not keep up with , “production”.

Read our blog article on why Kopi Luwak is not a delicious coffee at all.

Wyjątkowy smak, wyrazisty smakog jaki mają ziarna pochodzące z Indonezji to zasługa tego jaka jest wysokość upraw i dbałość o środowisko.

 

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