75% Indonesia Java Pancoer, 25% Ethiopia Djimmah
75% Indonesia Java Pancoer
Area: Java, Pancoer
Growing altitude: 650-1550m
Pancoer is one of the four large farms that’s roots go all the way to the colonialist era of Holland. It was built in 1894 and covers approximately 1100 hectares. The washed Typica is a soft and pure coffee that adds balance and chocolaty flavours to the blend.
25% Ethiopia Djimmah
Area: Kaffa & Illubator
Variety: Heirloom varieties
Growing altitude: 1300-1800m
Approximately 20% of all sold Djimmah still grows wild. You may find character in the coffee owing to the traditional methods. Its sweetness, earthiness and depth beautifully complement the blend that is rich in nuances.
Mocha-Java is one of the oldest coffee blends. In their version, the Rovaniemen Kahvipaahtimo have used an Ethiopian Djimmah instead of an Yemeni mocha. The Indonesian Java adds chocolaty flavours and balances the Djimmah’s strong playfulness.
“Buying Mocha-Java blends is like listening to jazz ensembles cover Autumn Leaves; the melody may be the same but the interpretations sure aren’t.” – Kenneth Davis
Source: Rovaniemen Kahvipaahtimo