Ulubelu Cofco Abadi & Ulubelu Spesialti Kopi are traders and coffee exporters located in Lampung province, Indonesia. Indonesia is coffee producer no 4 in the world, right after Brazil, Veitnam, and Columbia. More than 75% Indonesia coffee comes from Lampung province, and most of them has been exported to USA, Japan, Netherlands, German, Italy, and Midle East.

About Coffee
Coffee is a beverage that is not uncommon to many people, not just in Indonesia, but the whole world. Its distinctive aroma, delicious taste and refreshing, make everyone love it. Coffee is slightly acidic (pH 5.0-5.1) and can have a stimulating effect on humans because of its caffeine content. It is one of the most-consumed beverages in the world. Because of that, green (unroasted) coffee is one of the most traded agricultural commodities in the world.
The Beginning
Coffee plants thought to have come from the continent of Africa, to be exact is the State of Ethiopia. In the 9th century, a young man named Kaldi inadvertently eating raw seeds obtained from shrubs. Kaldi felt a remarkable effect after eating the seeds, and then he tells it to the surrounding residents and spread to various regions. The seeds that he ate was raw coffee beans or often abbreviated to "bean". In addition to coffee bean, other names are qawah, café, buni, mbuni, koffie, akeita, kafe, kava and kafo...
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Coffee History in Indonesia
Coffee plants spread to Indonesia, particularly in Java occurs in year 1700. Initially, the Dutch brought Coffee Arabica plant species to Botanic Garden Amsterdam, the Netherlands. When the Dutch colonial period in Indonesia, coffee cultivation experiments types of Arabica done in Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi. The first experiment carried region coffee hut, Jakarta. After growing well there, the coffee was applied in West Java (Bogor, Sukabumi, Banten and East Priangan with Cultuurstelsel (Cultivation System). After spreading to the island of Java, coffee plants spread to several provinces in Sumatra and Sulawesi...
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