Baca dalam bahasa indonesia AAdi Taroepratjeka, the first Arabica Q-Grader instructor in Indonesia, is not…
The Hands Behind the Brew
RINGKASAN BAHASA INDONESIA
– Lokasi foto adalah Desa Linggajati di Jawa Barat,dengan ketinggian 1,200 amsl (Above Mean Sea Level)
– Kopi Arabika baru mulai ditanam di desa ini sekitar10 tahun yang lalu
– Desa dan perkebunan yang asri ini masih menjadi‘rumah’ bagi berbagai tanaman dan binatang eksotis
If good coffee is easy to make, there won’t be bad coffee in this world!
Nestled underneath stretches of pine trees lies a secret patch of small Arabica coffee farm, which is operated by an equally small number of farmers.
The local villagers have been farming in this area for decades. Yet Arabica coffee is relatively new to this land, only less than a decade old.
Atmosphere is very lush (1200 amsl).
Nourished by mountain spring water and fertile soil, exotic plants, from cloves, vanilla orchids,
to avocados, have flourished on the hills of this sleeping volcano. For over a century, this natural ecosystem has been a sanctuary for various animals, including wild luwak, by providing them with enough food to live for generations.
But humans are her best friend and also her biggest enemies. Hikers and climbers are known to frequent this area, sometimes even hunting the wild. It is not a surprise that humans are by far the most immediate threat this land has.
Welcome to Desa Linggajati.
Baca juga, Kopi di Tambang Koloni Oranje Nassau.