In Indonesia, coffee beans are processed and developed in various regions. It makes, Indonesian coffee becomes one of the most popular drinking products and favored by both locals and foreigners.
The creativity and different ways of life from Indonesian people generate various types of Indonesian coffee drinks.
Nowadays, the typical regional coffee drink is not only consumed by local people but also tourists and people from other regions.
This is all thanks to technological developments and population migration. The movement of people from one region to another allows for cultural exchanges, including how to present this legendary drink.
There are various types of coffee drinks in the archipelago which all of them have different, unique, even strange characters. Keep reading to find out which kind of Indonesian coffees that popular and can be said as the most delicious one.
The tubruk method is the most popular Indonesian coffee serving among the public because it is very easy, tasty, and practical. This method generally only involves coffee and hot water only.
This method of coffee presentation was initially popular in Java and Bali, but now it is enjoyed almost everywhere in Indonesia.
Javanese people used to drink brewed coffee while enjoying fried bananas. This culture carried over when the Javanese migrated to other areas so that the way of mud coffee presentation became so popular.
Brewing using the mud method is very easy. Coffee beans are grounded and brewed with hot water directly in a cup. This drink is served along with the grounds like the brewing method in Turkey.
For the mud method, you can use any type of coffee seed according to taste.
Always pay attention to the coffee powder, it is better to use freshly ground seeds and no more than two months after roasting.