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Our Service - Take Tour at Our Factory

PT.Kopindo Jaya provides a service for our guests to take a look how our coffee being processed from the begininng until packaging process and then finish the tour with presentation

Picking - a coffee plant usually starts to produce flowers 3–4 years after it is planted, and it is from these flowers that the fruits of the plant (commonly known as coffee cherries) appear, with the first useful harvest possible around 5 years after planting.
The cherries ripen around eight months after the emergence of the flower, by changing colour from green to red, and it is at this time that they should be harvested.
In most coffee-growing countries, there is one major harvest a year.

Process - hybrid process used in Indonesia and Brazil. In Indonesia, the process is also called "wet hulled", "semi-washed" or "Giling Basah".
Literally translated from Indonesian, Giling Basah means "wet grinding".Most small-scale farmers in Sumatra, Sulawesi, Flores and Papua use the giling basah process.
In this process, farmers remove the outer skin from the cherries mechanically, using locally built pulping machines. The coffee beans, still coated with mucilage, are then stored for up to a day.
Following this waiting period, the mucilage is washed off and the parchment coffee is partially dried in the sun before sale at 30% to 35% moisture content.

Milling - The final steps in coffee processing involve removing the last layers of dry skin and remaining fruit residue from the now dry coffee, and cleaning and sorting it.

Finishing - Roasting, Grinding (If needed), packaging.