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About Indonesian Coffee
Old Government, Old Brown, or simply Old Java describes Java arabica that has been held in warehouses for two to six years. Such matured coffee turns from green to light brown, gains body, adds pungency, and loses acidity. Old Java was a celebrated gourmet coffees until it disappeared from the market after World War II. It has been revived, although it remains difficult to obtain. A somewhat similar taste is offered by aged Sumatra and India Monsooned Malabar coffees.. Fine Java that's aged naturally in warehouses gains special syrup tones, with hints of spice and a pipe tobacco hint.
In the cup you can even taste that warehouse, not in a bad way but close your eyes and your in indonesia standing in the warehouse.
Old Brown Java