Production

Indonesia is a very large archipelago. The major islands are Sumatra, Jawa (Java), Kalimantan (the southern part of Borneo island), Sulawesi (Celebes), Bali, Flores, and  Papua (the western part of New Guinea island). Coffee is mostly grown on soils of volcanic origins, especially in Java, Sumatra, and Bali. Much of the coffee is cultivated on virgin soils that contain a substantial amount of organic matter and are very fertile. Indonesia has a monsoon climate, with the rainy season normally from October to April, and the dry season from May through September. Sumatra has more rainfall and a less pronounced dry season, with annual rainfall between 2,500 – 3,000 mm and 150 – 200 rainy days. The climate in Java and the other regions is usually somewhat drier, with annual rainfall of between 2,000 – 2,500 mm and 120 – 150 rainy days. Indonesia produces annually more than 9 million bags of 60 kgs green coffee originating from planted areas of approximately  1.3 million ha. More than 95 % of the coffee is produced by smallholders, and the balance by coffee estates which are mainly located in East Java and Central Java Provinces.

SPESIALTY COFFEE

A.    Arabica Spesialty   ( High level )  :
1. Aceh Gayo Kopi                       30.000 – 40.000 ton
2. Sumatera Utara Mandheling Coffee 10.000 – 15.000 ton
3. Sumatera Utara Linthong Coffee 5.000 – 10.000 ton
4. Bengkulu Mangkuraja Coffee 1.000 – 1.500  ton
5. Jawa Barat Java Preanger    500 – 1.500 ton
6. Jawa Timur Java Coffee 3.000 – 5.000 ton
7. Sulawesi Selatan Toraja Coffee 5.000 – 10.000 ton
8. Sulawesi Selatan Toarco Toraja Estate Coffee 500 – 1.000 ton
9. Sulawesi Selatan Kalosi Coffee 5.000 – 10.000 ton
10 Bali Bali  Kintamani Coffee 2.000 – 3.000 ton
11. Bali God Mountain Coffee 500 – 1.000 ton
12. Nusa Tenggara Timur Flores Bajawa Coffee 2.000 – 3.000 ton
13. Papua Baliem Valley Coffee 500 – 1.000 ton
14. Sumatera, Jawa, Bali, dll Kopi Luwak 20 –  30   ton
 
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B.    Robusta Specialty (On Progress / Promotion )  :
1. Jawa Timur Java Robusta WIB 10.000 – 15.000  ton
2. Bali Bali Robusta WIB 500  –   1.500  ton
3. Lampung Linthong Coffee 100.000 – 150.000 ton
4. Nusa Tenggara Timur Flores Robusta AP 10.000 – 20.000  ton

 

GEOGRAPHIC INDICATIONS (IG) REGISTERED COFFEE

There are 31 IG Registered Coffee:

ARABICA COFFEE (17 IG): Kintamani Bali Arabica Coffee (2008), Gayo Arabica Coffee (2010), Flores Bajawa Arabica Coffee (2012), Enrekang Kalosi Arabica Coffee (2013), Toraja Arabica Coffee (2013), Ijen Raung Arabica Coffee (2012), Enrekang Kalosi Arabica Coffee (2013), Toraja Arabica Coffee (2013), Ijen Raung Arabica Coffee (2012) 2013), Java Preanger Arabica Coffee (2013), Java Sindoro-Sumbing Arabica Coffee (2014), Simalungun Sumatra Arabica Coffee (2015), Sumatra Mandailing Arabica Coffee (2016), Sumatra Koerintji Arabica Coffee (2017), Sumatra Lintong Arabica Coffee (2017), Sumatra Lintong Arabica Coffee (2017) 2017), Flores Manggarai Arabica Coffee (2018), Pulo Samosir Arabica Coffee (2018), Sipirok Arabica Coffee (2018), Baliem Wamena Arabica Coffee (2018), Tanah Karo Arabica Coffee (2018)

ROBUSTA COFFEE (12 IG): Robusta Coffee Lampung (2014), Robusta Semendo Coffee (2015), Temanggung Robusta Coffee (2016), Pupuan Bali Robusta Coffee (2017), Robusta Pinogu Coffee (2017), Robusta Tambora Coffee (2017), Robusta Kopi Empat Lawang (2017), Robusta Kepahiang Coffee (2018), Robusta Pasuruan Coffee (2018), Robusta Sidikalang Coffee (2018), Robusta Java Bogor Coffee (2019), Robusta Rejang Lebong Coffee Bengkulu (2019)

LIBERICA COFFEE (2 IG): Tungkal Jambi Liberica Coffee (2015) & Meranti Liberica Coffee (2016)
 



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