(Coffea sp. )
Coffee beans only grow in certain conditions—high altitudes, lots of moisture, and plenty of suns. The areas that support those conditions can be found around the middle of the globe, or also known as the Bean Belt. Indonesia is located within the belt, being the 4th biggest coffee producer in the world.
Of all the coffee special in the world, the two most grown are Robusta and Arabica. Interestingly, geographical differences may affect the coffee character, resulting in various single-origin coffee which is named according to their origins. Some of the popular single-origin coffee in Indonesia include Aceh Gayo, Mandheling, and Toraja coffee.