Kurinci’s Arabica coffee plantation is spread in Kayu Aro sub-district, Gunung Tujuh sub-district, Batu Hampar village (Kayu Aro Barat sub-district), Gunung Raya sub-district, Batang Merangin sub-district and Sungai Penuh. The most fertile region is in Kayu Aro sub-district located at the foot of Mount Kerinci which contains volcanic soil with high rainfall.
In Kayu Aro sub-district, farmers use arable land as a coffee plantation area with an area of around 400 hectares which is at an altitude of 1200 meters above sea level up to 1600 meters above sea level, The types of plants cultivated listed below are arabica.
Kerinci coffee has a fruity flavor, a sweet aftertaste, a spice aroma, and a thick body. Q graders assess the character of kerinci coffee as a combination of five types in Sumatra. Due to its flavor, Arabica Kerinci espresso has been called the very best Indonesian specialty Coffee in 2017.
The name coffee kerinci might still sound foreign to connoisseurs who’ve just tried single origin. Indeed, this plantation situated in Jambi isn’t as well-known as Kintamani, Toraja, or Gayo as a specialized coffee creating area.
Kerinci arabica coffee is very delicious served as a single origin coffee. However, if you are bored with single origin, try a coffee blend for a different taste.