Pineapple (Ananas comosus) is a tropical plant with edible fruit and the most economically important plant in the family Bromeliaceae. Pineapples are native to South America, and have been cultivated there for centuries. The introduction of the pineapple to Europe in the 17th century made it a significant cultural icon of luxury. Since the 1820s, pineapples have been grown commercially in greenhouses and many tropical plantations. In addition, pineapple is the third most important tropical fruit in world production.

Pineapple varieties that have long been developed in Indonesia are pineapples Queen and Smooth Cayenne. Pineapple Queen is widely grown in the Bogor area and Palembang, while Smooth Cayenne pineapple is planted in the Subang area. Pineapple is Indonesia's leading export processed fruit Indonesia is the third largest exporter of canned pineapple in the world after the Philippines and Thailand. Indonesia's pineapple exports reach.

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Mangosteens are a tropical fruit native to Thailand and Southeast Asia. They are similar in size to a tangerine or plum with thick leathery skin or shell that is a deep purple-red color. On the top of the fruit is a green cap with four to eight lobes arranged in a rosette. The soft, juicy flesh inside the mangosteen is snow white and is separated into four to eight segments similar to the sections inside citrus fruits (the number of segments inside correlates to the amount of lobes on the outside). 

The fruit is either seedless or contains just a few flat inedible seeds. Mangosteens have a sweet-tart tropical flavor with notes of lychee, peach, strawberry, pineapple, and caramel or butter. The fruit can be peeled and eaten just like an orange. Mangosteens are rich in antioxidants and other micronutrients that lower inflammation; the plant is often used in alternative medicine for its healing properties.

Ripening and Storage:

Mangosteens are tree-ripened so they are ripe and ready to eat when they arrive and won't ripen further. A ripe mangosteen will yield slightly to the touch and will be easy to peel.

They should be eaten quickly once you receive them. They can be stored at room temperature for a day or two. If not you're not eating them right away, put in the fridge to preserve for a few extra days.

Suggested Uses:

Mangosteens can be peeled and eaten like an orange. To peel, use a sharp knife to cut all around the circumference of the shell, just enough to create an opening for your fingers to get in, but without cutting through the flesh inside, then twist and pry off the shell. Once the flesh is revealed you can simply use your fingers to pull the sections apart from one another. Be careful when opening because the shell contains a purple juice that can stain.

Mangosteens are most often eaten fresh. They can be used for sweet applications like baked goods, beverages, desserts, jams, sorbet or ice cream, and they can also be used in savory dishes such as curry. They can also be juiced.
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Our product is directly harvested from coffee farmers in North and East Lombok - Lombok Island - West Nusa Tenggara Province - Indonesia.

Our plantation field is 800 - 1200 meters above sea level for Robusta variants and 900 - 2000 meters above sea level for Arabica variants with over 4.500 hectare of coffee farm, our coffee character has Medium Body, Chocolate & Caramel Flavor and the main distinctive character our coffee has Fruit Aroma, it is because North and East Lombok was the largest Strawberry fruit farm production in Indonesia.

The process we take to ensure quality of the product by directly involved in the process of harvesting the red cherry, cherry sortation, depulping process, drying process and the final process of packaging. We are involved in every stage of the coffee farming process.


Type of Coffee

A. Arabica

This type of coffee grows in areas with an altitude of 700-1700 meters above sea level. The temperature is 16-20 °C. What you need to know about this type of coffee is the aspect of sensitivity to leaf rust disease or better known as HV or Hemileia Vastatrix. This is especially true when planted in areas that have an elevation of less than 700 masl.

What needs to be known next is the origin of the coffee. In fact, this coffee comes from Ethiopia as well as Brazil. The two countries control 70% of the global coffee market for sure. You can also find many other types of coffee originating from these two countries for sure.

The characteristics of Arabica coffee are fragrant aroma, live in cold and cool areas, have a slightly sour taste, thick taste in the mouth, bitter, and also have a smoother texture.

B. Robusta

As for robusta coffee, it is descended from several types of coffee species. Regarding the quality of the coffee cherries, in fact it is lower than Arabica and Liberica coffees. This type of coffee controls about 30% of the world market.

Regarding the origin of the coffee, it is widely available in Colombia, Indonesia, and also the Philippines. Then what are the characteristics of the coffee? People will usually find a taste that is more like chocolate. The resulting smell is also sweet. The texture of this coffee tends to be rough and has a variety of colors. Maybe you also need to know the characteristics of the Robusta tree. Robusta trees are more susceptible to insect attack. It even grows on low land, which is about 700 m above sea level. The number of coffee beans produced is also higher. For the flowering process, it takes up to 10 months which will later become fruit. This type of coffee bears fruit in warmer air temperatures.

Do you know? According to one source, the quality of coffee is determined by 60% when in the garden, 30% when roasted and 10% when brewed. Thus, the process of planting to post-harvest on coffee beans is the most important stage and has the greatest influence.

There are 4 post-harvest coffee processing methods, including:

1. Natural Process

This familiar process is the post-harvest process of coffee beans which is actually carried out without the use of machines and water (processed naturally). After the coffee cherries that have passed the sorting are picked, the fruit is immediately dried on a drying board along with the skin layer in the sun. The cherries are then inverted periodically to dry evenly. With this process, the cherries will naturally ferment and the outer skin will peel off by itself. This process is widely applied by farmers in Indonesia because of its simple method. However, although it is fairly simple, this process is also quite risk-prone because it relies heavily on the weather. If there is no rain, this drying process can take up to 4-6 weeks. The taste produced from naturally processed coffee beans is usually very fruity or has a strong fruity taste such as blueberry and strawberry, with full body and low acidity.

2. Honey Process

Many think that the honey process is a method of processing coffee beans using honey. Not at all though. So this is the explanation. The coffee cherries that have passed the sorting are then peeled but still retains a layer of mucilage and then dried in the sun. The mucus layer is the main key for the honey process because it stores sugar and acidity content so that the resulting taste is high sweet with a balanced acidity. The sticky mucus layer resembling honey makes this process called the honey process. The difference in the amount of mucus that is still attached makes the coffee beans that go through this process and have been dried into three colors, namely Red (50% mucus layer), Yellow (25% mucus layer), and Black Honey (100% mucus layer).

3. Full-Washed Process

The first coffee washing process is Full-washed. This process begins by placing the coffee cherries in a tub filled with water to select ripe and unripe fruit. Ripe coffee cherries will sink to the bottom of the tub, while unripe ones will float. This soaking process can take up to 12 hours with the change of the soaking water in the 6th hour. Then, the selected coffee cherries will be dried in the sun for approximately 3-4 weeks to dry. The character of the taste produced by this process is a light and mild coffee.

4. Semi-Washed Process


As the name suggests, the semi-washed process or the 'wet-hulled process' which in Indonesian is commonly referred to as the 'milled wet' is a processing method that combines a natural process with a washed process (hybrid method). In the initial process, the ripe cherries are peeled off using a machine and then the contents are dried in the sun. After the drying process is complete, the coffee beans that are still in a slimy state are then stored for approximately 24 hours. Then, the mucus that is still attached is washed clean and dried again. Coffee beans processed with this method have a fairly strong body and are very suitable for processing into espresso and have a more intense sweet taste with lower acidity.

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Plant vanilla planifolia and tahitensis on agricultural land on the island of Java, Bali and Papua, fertile soil factors along with climate, temperature and perfect humidity make our production always stable and guarantee the perfect growth of vanilla plants, the elevation of our land between 400-700m with an average temperature of 22-25 degrees Celsius per year, rainfall and humidity from Indonesia is very good because it ranges between 2000 – 3000 mm / year with 80% humidity, the intensity of sunlight of 35-55 percent gives results the best for vanilla plants to carry out the process of photosynthesis, is the perfect combination for cultivating vanilla plants in Indonesia.

Indonesia Vanilla Beans 

Vanilla is one of the most expensive and well-known spices useful in the world, usually used in a mixture of cakes, drinks, perfumes, cosmetics, and aromatherapy, the smell is unique and fragrant can enhance the taste and aroma of food, because it contains a volatile compound called vanillin.


The high percentage of Vanillin makes vanilla quality declared better. there are also p-hydroxy benzaldehyde and p-hydroxy benzym metal ether. Vanillin is usually the biggest percentage (around 85%), while p-hydroxy benzaldehyde is around 9% and metal p-hydroxy benzene ether is 1%. These chemical compounds are arranged perfectly when the vanilla fruit is ripe. young vanilla pods are green, ripe vanilla pods are almost yellow in color, with a green line on the surface. If vanilla pods are left too ripe on the tree, they will break, spreading the seeds, with a nice fragrant smell.

Vanilla Planifolia 

Commonly called Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla, this plant actually originates from Mexico, but entered Indonesia in 1819 and it turns out to be more fertile in Indonesia because it has a more tropical climate, so that it has higher levels of vanilin, Indonesia has the best quality in the world for this type, its gourmet or prime of vanilla beans. higher moisture and best for extraction process.

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