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Coffee is linked to charitable and social justice causes in many ways, with some more effective than others. But what does an effective development …

Indonesia is facing a long and difficult recovery from a devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit on September 28th, 2018. The Central Sulawesi province …

Yogyakarta might not be one of the biggest cities in Indonesia, but it is one of the most famous – and, if you ask …

What does a great Indonesian coffee taste like? Sweet with spicy notes, fruity, and clean. I bet that’s not the answer you were expecting. …

Indonesia: the name conjures up pristine beaches, nasi goreng, and Komodo dragons. Yet in the coffee world, it is known for far more. It’s …

If you think all Indonesian coffee is either commodity or kopi luwak, think again. This island chain may not be as well-known for its specialty …

A café manager once described their two coffees to me like this: “The Sumatra, well it tastes like coffee. Just what you’d expect coffee …

The world’s third-largest producer of coffee and fourth-largest exporter. Almost 100 genetic varieties of Arabica. A total of 748 spoken languages. Yes, we’re talking …

Some of the rural women in Java receive only $1.75 per day for picking coffee. According to Numbeo, that’s only slightly more than the …

Indonesia is breath-taking. With over 17,000 islands, 120 volcanoes, and an uncountable number of temples, it’s no wonder 10.41 million people visited the country …