coffee, tradition…

After two years, I broke my fast. Caffeine ran through my veins again. Do I regret it? No! My favourites: coconut coffee and ginseng coffee.

At Madu Pertiwi Agro Spices they make coffee the traditional way. Harvest the beans by hand, roast them by hand, grind them by hand. Impressive.

They also make luwak coffee. It was unclear if the luwaks are free-range or if the one in the cage does all the work 😦 Hope he gets let out every day. Did I try the luwak coffee? Yes I did! Mellow, smooth and delicious.

view from the coffee plantation

This panorama of the view does it no justice at all. Vast expanse of lush green goodness for the soul.

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