About the coffee
Koerintji Barokah Bersama Co-operative farm sits at the foot of Mount Kerinci, one of the many volcanoes in the Pacific Ring of Fire. Historic eruptions have caused the surrounding area to have an abundance of fertile volcanic soil. With this Honey lot, Kerinci coffee is pulped without using water and is then dried for around 20 days on raised beds. The beds are located in domes to protect the coffee from rain or harsh sunlight. A real standout, with a flavour profile more like a bag of sweets, we think you’re going to love this one! Kerinci shows just how delicious coffees from southeast Asia can be.