Coffee Coffee was first discovered in Ethiopia, Northern Africa. Coffee berries were transported from Ethiopia to the Arabian peninsula, and were first cultivated in what today is the country of Yemen. From there, coffee traveled to Turkey and all over the world.

Today, coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Indonesia is the fourth largest coffee producer in the world behind Brazil, Vietnam, and Columbia. Indonesia's coffee is well known for its complexity and characteristic that specifically owned by this region.

There are two common type of coffee:

Coffee Arabica

The coffee originated from Ethiopia and Yemen and accounts for more than 70% of the world's coffee trade. Arabica coffee grows at higher altitude about 1000 to 2000 m above sea level. Generally, the higher the altitudes, the harder the beans, and the better the quality. Arabica coffee has a wider aroma and taste.

Coffee Canephora or Robusta

Robusta has its origin in Africa and Brazil. It grows at lower altitudes near sea level and requires little rain fall. The plant produce more fruit and less susceptible to disease that leads to lower production cost. The aroma and the taste of Robusta is more neutral than Arabica Coffee. Robusta coffee has higher caffeine compared to Arabica.