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Arabic coffee from Cirebon, West Java

Arabic Coffee

Islamic culture in Cirebon was very interesting to learn with Arabic coffee. Cirebon not only famous for batik motifs, art architecture of the building is beautiful, his art, or the art of dance, but also drink coffee cultural.

Cirebon people know coffee drinks known as “Arabian Coffee”. It feels warm not only felt in the mouth and throat but also down to the abdomen. Although Arabic coffee is one of the ways people out there for coffee, coffee from Cirebon is called “Arabic coffee” not because the seeds come from Arab, but because it was originally created by the descendants of Arab hereditary since their arrival to Cirebon and settled around the mosque as a pottery craftsman.

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.

Sidikalang coffee

Sidikalang coffee

Coffee lovers heard Sidikalang coffee. The coffee that was once a famous Sumatra coffee icons and even overseas. Coffee Sidikalang must come from Sidikalang, a district in Dairi regency in the province of North Sumatra.

Sidikalang is the capital of Dairi is geographically located in the northwest of North Sumatra with an area of about 191 625 ha, or approximately 2.67% of the total area of the province of North Sumatra (71.68 million hectares). Subdistrict Sidikalang located at an altitude of 1,066 meters above sea level (above sea level) makes Sidikalang be a very good area for coffee plants.

Pancong coffee and coffee culture in West Kalimantan

Pancong coffee

Pancong coffee, Night had just arrived. Stretching nightlife in Gajah Mada street , Pontianak began. Along the way, seen many rows of two-wheeled vehicles are parked neatly, right in front of the coffee shop (warkop). Total warkop in Jalan Gajah Mada is quite a lot. There are classy, some are mediocre.

Various chat flow. Starting from a serious matter, the business up to the stories of other rumors continue to flow in the coffee shop.

Batam the city of a thousand coffee shop

Cafe shop in Batam

Batam is now known as the city of a thousand coffee shop. Very easy to find a coffee shop in the city of Batam. Design coffee shop in Batam varies adapted to the target market targeted. You can find a coffee shop hung a motorcycle taxi driver at the intersection of the entrance to the housing complex. There is another coffee shop at traditional markets are often used by market traders to take a break and talking about their business.

Somewhat to the segment slightly above the coffee shop in the complex, there are shops, coffee shops like this are usually used by the businessmen who have business activities in the field to meet with business partners. Then the coffee shop business centers such as Nagoya, dating, and Batam Center, the venue for big business dealings going on.