Coffee from Aceh
Coffee plantations in Aceh began in 1908, spreading to three regions; Bener Meriah, Aceh Tengah, and Gayo Lues. Located 1400 to 1800 meters above sea level, the total coffee plantation in Aceh is 81.000 hectares. It makes the largest coffee plantation in Indonesia.
The development of Gayo Coffee benefits the local community. The majority of them work as coffee farmers, therefore they depend on it. As Gayo Coffee attracts national and international markets, farmers develop their homes and public facilities with the earnings from the coffee plantation.
The coffee cherries are typically harvested between June to September, depending on the altitude and other growing conditions. Once farmers harvest the coffee cherries, they perform a wet method as the first step in the processing stages. After that, we carried out the roasted process in our facility. The result is coffee with a unique taste and aroma.
We are honored to become part of this journey in providing Gayo Coffee for food and beverages manufacturers. Explore the taste experience of Gayo Coffee in Coffee LE Arabica, Fairtrade Organic (10003658), Coffee Essence Arabica, Fairtrade Organic (10003657)