Many Americans use the slang term "Java" for coffee in general, not knowing the amazing history behind the word or that the term actually means, "coffee grown on the island of Java", one of the many islands that make up beautiful Indonesia.
You will find Java Dutch Estate's finest golden beans are roasted to yield a piquant aroma. Dutch Estates wet-processed beans displays an exquisite acid balance, a heavy body with hints of chocolate-like undertones with a quicker finish than Sumatran coffee and it promises a sweet overall impression. Grown in volcanic soil at about 4500 feet, these beans offer a very distinctive flavor. You will find these choice beans are many times mixed with beans from other parts of the world to create unique blends such as the well-loved Mocha Java blend.