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Indonesian Coffee Festival 2013: “Kopi Tubruk”, the Local Lifestyle

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Indonesian Coffee Festival 2013: “Kopi Tubruk”, the Local Lifestyle

14 Sep 2013 -  15 Sep 2013

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Indonesian Coffee Festival

Returning after its successful first edition, the Indonesian Coffee Festival 2013 will be held once again from 14th to 15th September 2013 at the Ambarrukmo Hotel, Yogyakarta.

This year, the festival proudly features the theme "Kopi Tubruk, The Local Lifestyle". "Kopi Tubruk" is the term for the highly popular freshly brewed, straight black coffee. Therefore, the festival aims to further promote this popular tradition found throughout the Indonesian islands of drinking hot, freshly brewed coffee. The festival will also feature a number of workshops including a Barista Workshop, a Roasting Workshop, Coffee Talk, Indonesian Coffee tasting program, trips to Coffee plantations, and various entertainment activities.

Inviting coffee enthusiast and coffee industry stakeholders, the festival introduces and promotoes the wide variety of Indonesian coffee and each of their exceptional qualities which make Indonesian Coffee one of the best commodities in the world. In 2012, Indonesian Coffee exports reached a total value of USD 1.2 billion. Among some of Indonesia's favorite brands are Toraja Coffee, Bajawa (Flores) Coffee, Bali Coffee, Aceh Coffee and a lot more.

Each region in Indonesia has also its own distinct style of serving "Kopi Tubruk" or the freshly brewed coffee, that it has become a particular local lifestyle. The unique ways and different styles in processing and serving coffee will present an interesting experience for coffee enthusiasts. An example of one the most unique traditions in serving coffee is by adding condensed milk, a raw egg, and even hot charcoal in the coffee, which in some parts of Java is known as "Kopi Joss".

The Indonesian Coffee Festival 2013 is a collaborative work of The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, The Ministry of Agriculture, the Indonesian Special Coffee Association (AKSI), The Association of Coffee Exporters (GAEKI), and the Association of Coffee Exporters and Industry (AEKI).

More information available on: www.indocoffeefest.com.

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3 Comments

yuri dulloh

Posted on 29 Aug 2013 at 04:42


semoga menambah pengetahuan yang berguna bagi pelaku bisnis,petani,barista,dan semuanya khusus Indonesia

win hasnawi

Posted on 15 Jul 2013 at 12:35


Maju trus kopi indonesia begitu juga petaninya

Teh ida

Posted on 31 Aug 2013 at 06:05


Kopi Indonesia merdekaa

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