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Java Coffee Beans

Java Indonesia coffee does not display the same body and richness as coffees from Sumatra or Sulawesi since most Java coffee is wet-processed.  There is, however, a slight spicy-smokiness evident in some Java coffee to set it apart from its neighbors.

The most famous Java coffee estates are Jampit and Blawan (Davids, roasting, 117).

Aged Java coffee beans (called "Old Brown") are heavy bodied, rich, and lighter in acidity. 

For more information about coffee from Java, visit Sweet Maria's or Wikipedia.

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