Coffee cultivation on the Indonesian island of Java dates back to the late 1600s, when the Dutch East Indies Company first planted arabica seedlings and exported the product back to Europe. It gained popularity so quickly that the word “Java” became synonymous with coffee. This wet-hulled selection comes from the Giri Lestari producer group, made of 124 families in the villages of Cinangela and Pangauban in the sub-district of Ciparay. Fans of Sumatran coffees will enjoy our Java Ciparay for its herbal and earthy flavors with notes of pine, cedar, and orange peel. Enjoy!