Thank you for purchasing Single Origin Indonesia Bali Batur Volcano

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Product Details
  • Product name:
    Single Origin Indonesia Bali Batur Volcano
  • Weight:
  • Use by:
    31st Jan 2024
  • Batch number:
    DWB 1723
Know more about the best processes we follow:
  • Roast:
    Dark roast
  • Process:
    Fully Washed
  • Drying Process:
    Sun Dried
  • Cupper Notes:
    Sweet black rice & Smoked coconut milk
Know more about the goodness and benefits:
Geographical Indication (GI) Label Sourced
CAFE Practices
Low Carbon
Return to Origin (RTO)

Know about the journey of your product

Phase 1/6: Plantation
Phase 2/6: Harvest
Phase 3/6: Curing
Phase 4/6: Roasting
Phase 5/6: Blending
Phase 6/6: Packing
Geographical Indications (GI) Certification

GI protection in Indonesia is regulated under Law 15 of 2001 regarding trademarks,Chapter VII of which provides for protection of GIs and sources of origin. Article56 (1): “GIs shall be protected as signs indicating the place of origin of goods, which, due to geographical and environmental factors, including the factor of nature, people or a combination of the two, gives a specific characteristic and quality to the good produced there.” A certificate of GI protection for Kintamani Bali Arabica coffee issued by the Directorate General for Intellectual Property Rights of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights on 5 December 2008. “Kopi Arabika Kintamani Bali” is thus the first GI- protected product in Indonesia.

Farmer Group / Abian Subak

Abian Subak is a Balinese words refer to a traditional union of a farmer group works together in a coffee plantation at the mountainous area with a facilitation of processing unit from the local government under co-operative system and works together under the TriHita Karana philosophy. Every Abian Subak has its own name and Tri Guna Karya is one of the famous and active group which initiated the establishment of the GI and has planted coffee since 1998

Know about the farmer

I Ketut Pulih Catur, Tri Guna Karya, September 1998
I Ketut Jati Catur, Tri Guna Karya, September 1998
I Ketut Buderaken Catur, Tri Guna Karya,
September 1998


Your coffee beans were grown in Catur Village, Kintamani District at 1100 - 1300 meters above sea level.


Your coffee beans were harvested on 13th of May, 2023


Your coffee beans were sorted on 13th of May, 2023

Washing & Floating

Your coffee beans were washed & floated on 13th of May, 2023


Your coffee beans were depulped on 13th of May, 2023


Your coffee beans were fermented on 13th of May, 2023 for 36 hours.

Washing & Drying

Your coffee beans were washed & dried on 15th of May, 2023.


Your coffee beans were bagged on 14th of June.

Roasting & Packing

Your coffee beans were roasted & packaged on 31st of January, 2024

About Coop Coffee

Coop Coffee stand for the Cooperative for Indonesian Coffee is the business-as-usual program approach for the coffee farmers under the Ministry of Cooperatives & SMEs of Republic of Indonesia. Our Indonesian Constitution in the Article of 33 (1) states: The National economy shall be organized on a co-operative basis. Through Coop Coffee Program and partnering with the international communities, we are trying to resolve the problem by creating a sustainable business. This sustainable business stands for economical, social and environmental issues.

FSSAI Certification
HACCP Certification
Rainforest Alliance Certificate