This coffee comes from a family business, “Frinsa Estate”, which is breaking all the coffee rules. Besides the quality of the coffee, their work has a positive social and economic impact on the community. They are also promoting long-term water conservation and reforestation projects.
This 87-scoring coffee is funky and juicy. It is bright and layered, with a structured acetic acid.
To improve clarity among the origin and in honor of the country and its language, this coffee has been given the name Edun, which means “crazy” in Bahasa.
The cherry for this lot has been farmed by some selected outgrowers located in West Java, locally called Sunda. These farms sit at altitudes of 1300 – 1500 masl. For the natural process, the cherries are washed to remove dirt and microbial contamination from the surface of the cherry skin, after cleaning, the lactobacillus culture is added to the cherries which are then put into plastic bags or plastic barrels and fermented anaerobically. The bags / barrels are rotated in the morning and evening and the gas is released, then the container is closed for 2 or 3 days. After fermentation, the cherries are dried on raised beds.