Liberica Coffee from Jambi

Liberica coffee

Liberica Coffee fans must have really understood that there are two species of coffee that most of us are familiar with, especially in Indonesia: Arabica and Robusta. It was not just two species of coffee to Indonesia.

Liberica flavorful coffee jackfruit
Actually, this type of coffee is not real coffee from Indonesia. Liberica coffee is coffee that came from Liberia, West Africa. History to go to Indonesia because it was brought by the Dutch from their home country. Then, grown in Indonesia to replace the Arabica coffee species susceptible to insect attack.

Actually, this type of coffee is not real coffee from Indonesia. Liberica coffee is coffee that came from Liberia, West Africa. History to go to Indonesia because it was brought by the Dutch from their home country. Then, grown in Indonesia to replace the Arabica coffee species susceptible to insect attack.

Coffee is known as ‘coffee jackfruit’ because it smells similar to the scent of jackfruit. To determine the quality, you need to try it for yourself. In fact, the quality of this kind of coffee Arabica coffee quality beat. However, the type of coffee is not as popular type of Arabica coffee. This is because, the type of coffee Liberica price is slightly more expensive, because production is limited.

Liberica coffee bean deffrent

Liberica coffee bean deffrent

This coffee has several characteristics:
* The size is bigger than arabica and robusta.
* Fruitful all year
* The quality of fruit is relatively low.
* The size of the fruit is uneven.
* It grows well in lowland

Jambi Province Represents Largest Coffee Producer Liberica
Yes, Jambi is the only province Liberica largest coffee producer in Indonesia. At the end of 2013, the government announced that the production of coffee Jambi Liberica round in 2013 failed to reach a production of 270 tons. With the acquisition, Jambi province has managed to put his name at the top of the stairs as Liberica largest coffee-producing regions in Indonesia.

To this day Liberica coffee, as the name implies, is still grown in some areas in Central Java, East Java, and Kalimantan. Local people call this coffee “coffee jackfruit” and some foreign people mention this coffee “Coffee elephant” because large seeds. Actually a bit redundant anyway if arguably amounted jackfruit seeds, because of the “only” amounted to only melinjo fruit. Some people say that this coffee tastes like raw long beans. But the truth is more or less coffee tastes like Robusta. They say this coffee tastes like strawberry mixed nuts with a hint of tobacco.

Liberica coffee

Liberica coffee

Liberica can last from pests because it smells sharp and strong. Liberica plant is also higher than Arabica and Robusta, and can reach 20 meters, so metiknya also have to use the stairs. Uniquely, this Liberica leaves contain more caffeine than seeds. Liberica price is higher than the Arabica and Robusta, but unfortunately the production process more difficult – even though its export markets there. Neighboring countries are much make this type of coffee bean is Malaysia.

In the Philippines, coffee Liberica is more widely grown, especially in the provinces of Batangas and Cavite. There Liberica is known as the “spatula / Kapeng barako”. “Kape / Kapeng” is “coffee” in Tagalog, while the “baroque” means more or less “manly”. Filipinos used to drink this barako spatula use honey or brown sugar, and barako also be using that as an ingredient espresso or other coffee drinks are made from espresso. Sometimes they also use Arabica mix this barako.

Liberica coffee cafe at Philippines

Liberica coffee cafe at Philippines

As spelled out earlier, this Liberica production process more difficult. So the numbers now live less than 1% of all coffee plants in the world – and most of it grown in the Philippines. Other countries that have this type of coffee is India, but even then very few in number. These manly men coffee actually comes from West Africa, specifically from Liberia and in the family Rubiaceae.

You’ve never tried this coffee? According to you how it feels? Make you feel more manly not? Hehe …

For those of you who want to try coffee Liberica, it looks like you have to come directly to the coffee plantations because now I have not found a shop that sells coffee Liberica Online. Liberica coffee plantations centered in Tanjung Jabung Barat. A district within 2 hours by road from the city of Jambi.

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