Asien

The systematic cultivation of coffee in Asia probably started already in 1500 in Sri Lanka. It is proven that around 1600 coffee was cultivated commercially for the world market in southern India. 100,000 sacks of coffee were already traded in the ports of the world in 1670.

We have selected four representatives of this old coffee world for you, starting with the classical Indonesian Sumatra, to the most premium Kopi Luwak and finally completed by the unique monsooned coffee from India and the West Blue Java.

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Tailandia

Thailand Pang Khon

India

India Monsooned "Malabar"

Indonesia

Indonesia Sumatra "Toba"

Indonesia

Kopi Luwak

Indonesia

Indonesia West Blue Java

Indonesia

Indonesia West Blue Java

Indonesia

Indonesia Sumatra Pongo Bio

Indonesia

Indonesia Sumatra Pongo Bio

NEPAL

Mount Everest Nepal organic

Indonesia

Kopi Luwak
in 250 g bag

Cina

China Simao Coffee