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Banaran coffee, a legendary century-old tale

  • Women pick coffee cherries at the Assinan Plantation of PT Perkebunan Negara IX in Semarang regency, Central Java. The harvest period will last until October at the 352-hectare plantation, which is projected to produce 350 metric tons. The coffee is exported to Italy, Japan and South Korea. JP/Suherdjoko

    Women pick coffee cherries at the Assinan Plantation of PT Perkebunan Negara IX in Semarang regency, Central Java. The harvest period will last until October at the 352-hectare plantation, which is projected to produce 350 metric tons. The coffee is exported to Italy, Japan and South Korea. JP/Suherdjoko

  • Women sort coffee cherries at the Assinan Plantation of PT Perkebunan Negara IX in Semarang regency. JP/ Suherdjoko

    Women sort coffee cherries at the Assinan Plantation of PT Perkebunan Negara IX in Semarang regency. JP/ Suherdjoko

  • Workers weigh their picks in Assinan Plantation in Semarang, Central Java. Each worker gets Rp 500 per kilogram. JP/Suherdjoko

    Workers weigh their picks in Assinan Plantation in Semarang, Central Java. Each worker gets Rp 500 per kilogram. JP/Suherdjoko

  • A worker turns over coffee beans that have been peeled off the pulp to make sure the dryness is distributed at the Banaran coffee roaster in Semarang, Central Java. JP/Suherdjoko

    A worker turns over coffee beans that have been peeled off the pulp to make sure the dryness is distributed at the Banaran coffee roaster in Semarang, Central Java. JP/Suherdjoko

  • Workers sort coffee beans and categorize them into three main grades: large, medium and small. The three main grades are for export and the rest will be sold at the lowest price. JP/Suherdjoko

    Workers sort coffee beans and categorize them into three main grades: large, medium and small. The three main grades are for export and the rest will be sold at the lowest price. JP/Suherdjoko

  • Workers sort coffee beans and categorize them into three main grades: large, medium and small. The three main grades are for export and the rest will be sold at the lowest price. JP/Suherdjoko

    Workers sort coffee beans and categorize them into three main grades: large, medium and small. The three main grades are for export and the rest will be sold at the lowest price. JP/Suherdjoko

  • After manual sorting, the last sorting process involves a sifter to filter the coffee size according to the grades at the Banaran coffee roaster in Semarang, Central Java. JP/Suherdjoko

    After manual sorting, the last sorting process involves a sifter to filter the coffee size according to the grades at the Banaran coffee roaster in Semarang, Central Java. JP/Suherdjoko

  • The beans are roasted and later ground. To monitor the roasting process in Banaran coffee roaster in Semarang, Central Java, the workers measure the roasting process using a tool. JP/Suherdjoko

    The beans are roasted and later ground. To monitor the roasting process in Banaran coffee roaster in Semarang, Central Java, the workers measure the roasting process using a tool. JP/Suherdjoko

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