- Barokah Cooperative
- Kayo Aro, Kerinci
- Andung Sari, Sigarar Utang, Lini-S, P88
- 1,400 - 1,600 masl
This is the first coffee we have roasted from Indonesia. For years the country has been on our radar as an up and coming coffee region. It felt inevitable that a location with such incredible terroir potential and rapid development would come to produce unique speciality coffee and we wanted to be a part of showcasing it.
Established in 2011, the Barokah Cooperative is comprised of 250 members based across six villages in the Kayo Aro District of West Sumatra. This coffee is from lots grown in small coffee gardens ranging from a quarter to two hectares in size. Sitting in the shadow of Kerinci Volcano on the edge of the Kerinci National Park, Kayo Aro provides a perfect location for incredible coffee. The combination of high altitude and rich volcanic soil gives Barokah an intensely bright, fruity profile that has a crisp, berry-like acidity.
Espresso: 1:2 dose to yield, extracted in 28-36 secs
Filter: 0.07:1 coffee to water, brewed in 3-4 mins
Roast days are Tuesdays and Fridays. All orders placed by midnight the day before will be sent out first-class on the roast day.
We create a new and unique profile for each coffee we roast. Although the profiles are different, our approach is always the same, to highlight and accentuate the flavours created at the farm and mill. This means we don’t label our coffees as espresso, filter, dark or light roast. All of our coffees are omni-roast, meant to be delicious however you brew. We believe the heart of speciality is keeping the identity and character of every coffee intact and alive, no matter the brew method.