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Java Dutch Estate Coffee

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Java Dutch Estate Coffee

Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans from Local Java Dutch Estate Plantations in Indonesia!

About these Java Dutch Estate coffee beans:

• Fresh roasted coffee beans

• Distinctive flavor profile with a smooth finish

• Single-origin Java Dutch Estate coffee

• Available in 8 or 16-ounce bag sizes

• Qualifying orders are eligible for free shipping

• This is a fine light-medium roast Java gourmet coffee

• Choose from either French press, whole bean, and espresso grind styles 

 

Superior Java Dutch Estate Coffee Beans

There is a reason that gourmet coffee is often called "Java". Indeed, some of the finest coffee beans on earth come from the Java region of Indonesia! The Java island lies between Sumatra and Bali. The entire region is dotted with ancient volcanoes. As such, the island of Java provides the perfect growing region for gourmet coffee beans! At One Great Coffee, our single-origin high-quality Java Dutch Estate coffee beans are carefully cultivated on one of the finest Java Dutch Estate farms in the area. These singularly sourced Java Dutch Estate coffee beans are grown in rich volcanic loam soil at the perfect elevation. This naturally brings their signature gourmet coffee flavors to the surface!

 

A Deliciously Balanced Blend of Single-Origin Flavor

You're sure to love the pure and balanced taste of this bright and smooth coffee. Indeed, Java Dutch Estate Coffee is one of the most popular single-origin variants sold at One Great Coffee! This is the perfect option for anyone's daily brew. Our Java Dutch Estate coffee implements natural and hearty Java flavors down to the last drop. Moreover, this freshly roasted coffee provides an indulgent experience like no other!

 

The Rich History of Java Dutch Estate Coffee

Indonesia has had its share of difficulties during coffee cultivation. In 1696, the Burgermeister of Amsterdam, Nicolaas Witsen, suggested that coffee seeds be taken to Java since France was unable to grow coffee near Dijon, an area with cold winters and freezing fog. The seeds were planted in Jakarta but were soon washed away. Three years later, the trees were planted in Java where they were successful. Unfortunately, in the 1800s, a leaf rust epidemic almost wiped out all the coffee plants in Java. However, the Dutch planted another variety of Arabica beans that were resistant to the disease. Through careful cultivation and immaculate care, this unique Java Dutch Estate coffee is still thriving. Today, Indonesian Java Dutch estate coffee beans are known as some of the finest in the world!

Fresh Medium Roast Coffee from Java Dutch Estate Coffee Farms

Our Java Dutch Estate gourmet coffee is light-medium roasted to create a brew that is well balanced, heavily bodied, and delicious. With hints of chocolate and a slightly quicker finish than other Java coffee, you'll find each delicious fresh roasted cup to be exquisite in flavor!

What is the Difference Between Java Dutch Estate Coffee, Sumatran Coffee, and Antigua Coffee?

Java Dutch Estate Coffee comes from the Dutch coffee estates in the Java region of Indonesia. These Arabica Java coffee beans are carefully slow-dried to bring out their naturally rich flavors and aromas. Coffees from Sumatra are traditionally processed using a method called Giling Basah. This wet-hulling method results in Sumatran coffee that is moist and flavorful with a distinctive profile. Antiguan coffee is similar to Java Dutch coffee because it comes from similar growing regions. Like Java coffee, Guatemala Antigua coffee is grown between volcanoes in humid and fertile conditions. However, Java coffee is usually a bit bolder with a richer body. Additionally, Java coffee has natural fresh roasted undertones that come across as a "pure gourmet coffee" flavor.

 

Order Fresh Roasted Java Dutch Estate Coffee Here

At One Great Coffee, we sell our premium Java Dutch Estate Coffee in many grind styles and bag sizes. For grinds, you can choose Java Dutch Estate Coffee in either French press, espresso, ground, or whole bean variations. Then, our Java Dutch Estate Coffee comes in 16 or 8-ounce bag sizes. Every single small batch of ava Dutch Estate Coffee is fresh roasted to ensure quality and superiority! Order your own fresh roasted bag of custom ground Java Dutch Estate Coffee today and taste the difference for yourself!

 

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Enjoy Superior Fresh Roasted Java Dutch Estate Coffee Coffee from Singularly Sourced from Indonesia With Smooth Flavors and A Rich Signature Aroma!

Customer Reviews

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Cindy Coletti
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A good well-balanced coffee

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Ken Benedict-Gill

Very good, we are both enjoying it a lot. Perhaps because of the roast it reminds us of a good Sumatra. We love a good Sumatra!

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Traci Bennett
If you're looking for "the one"... this might be it. WOW!

If you have been looking for the perfect balanced creamy coffee, these beans are for you. This coffee is so perfect, it's mind-blowing. Smooth, creamy, full of flavor, and soooo fresh. If you have coffee snobs in your family, this might be a gift for them. My dad is incredibly picky about his coffee, and he couldn't find one single bad thing to say about these beans. This coffee is somehow "wetter" than other coffee too. It doesn't have that bitter dryness that I have come to accept in coffee. One of the best options out there in my opinion. WOW.

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George Ganak
Disappointing Bland Yemen Coffee

Not sure the beans were roasted long enough to give flavor of the Yemen coffee beans that I’m accustomed to. It was a Bland taste and not much body. Will not purchase this coffee again.

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Andrea Elliott
Best Cup of Coffee I’ve Ever Had

A truly exceptional cup of coffee. I’d watched a video around Christmas about Yemen coffee and decided I needed to try it. It’s well-rounded, rich, chocolatey and SMOOTH. I bought an AeroPress to brew and grind my own beans and highly recommend doing both; I never knew coffee wasn’t supposed to be bitter. This is quite expensive, but you know what? Life’s too short to drink bad coffee. I’m not saying I’ll guzzle this and have it everyday, but I do plan to incorporate it into my coffee game. If you’re looking to find the best cup you’ll ever have, buy this. You won’t be disappointed.


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