Nature Coffee Series
Wine Process of Blue Tamblingan Coffee
Premium Arabica Coffee, from the Lake Tamblingan, Munduk
Arabica coffee was selected from community plantations around Lake Tamblingan. A lake that is sacred by the people of the Munduk Traditional Village. This Arabica coffee grows at an altitude of 1400 meters above the sea and is located in the Catur Desa customary forest area.
The coffee, which is named Blue Tamblingan, has the character of Arabica coffee in general, where the sour taste is more pronounced. Due to its habitat in a lake and forest environment, the natural flavors and aromas carry over to each coffee bean.
Found five years ago by Putu Ardana, it is now being developed on nearly 80 hectares of coffee plantations around Lake Tamblingan. Exclusivity is a value in itself in addition to its unique aroma and taste.
The wine process, also known as the fermented coffee process, takes a longer time. From the post-picking red done by farmers, coffee goes through a fermentation process after previously being dried directly with the skin. The fermentation process is the key to the aroma and taste that appears during the roasting process.
1400 mdpl plantation
An altitude of 1300 – 1400 meters is very good for arabica coffee plants. At an altitude where Arabica coffee plants grow well, resulting in premium quality coffee beans.
The process of cultivating and maintaining this coffee plant is completely organic, without the use of pesticides or artificial fertilizers. Managed in a controlled manner by only 70 coffee farmers.
Red Pick Harvest
The red pick harvest that is required to be done, is to maintain the best quality of Blue Tamblingan coffee beans.
For 200 grams of this premium coffee, our price tag is only IDR 119.K