Pak Jakub's coffee is from an area called Batu Lonceng in Maribaya. The typica varietal is picked from the lush forest here, (1300-1500 MASL), just slightly northeast of Indonesia’s fourth largest city, Bandung. Bandung is located on the Western side of Indonesia’s most populous island, Java, and is directly east of the largest active volcano in the region, Tankuban Perahu. The coffee plantation is nestled deep in the forest while surrounded by villages where many of the farmers who tend the coffee live.
The varietals, Sigararutang, Ateng, and Lini S. can be found growing here. The forest where Pak Dudy's coffee is grown is about an hour outside of Ciwidey (1430 MASL). After driving through multiple villages nestled in mountainous highlands eventually the only way to reach his plantation is by hiring local motorbike taxis that use special modified motorbikes to take you on the ride of your life. Reaching the plantation is an adventure in and of itself! Ciwidey is a small town just southeast of Indonesia’s fourth largest city, Bandung. Bandung is located on the Western side of Indonesia’s most populous island, Java, sourrounded by mountains on all sides.
Pak Burhan's coffee is located in Desa Margamukti in the small mountainous town of Pangalengan in West Java. He can trace many of the varietals found growing in his area to the Dutch who originally brought the coffee from Yemen to South India, and eventually to West Java. The varietals on his farm are Typica, Caturra, Catimor, and Lini S.
Ibu Rani's coffee is from the Gunung Halu region of West Java. The varietals in this area range from Lini S to Sigararutang with an elevation of 1400-1600 MASL.