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Sunday, October 9, 2016

CELEBRATING THE COFFEE DAY


This weekend we celebrated three special moments in a big event "We love our local product - We love Banjarnegara's products".
Coffee Day in October 1, Batik Day in October 2 and World Food Day in October 16, all held in two days October 8 - 9.
Long tents to expose our local products.
And we managed a long coffee booth.
There was local community of barista that participated in this moment.
We prepared so various local coffee, from so many places in our regency.
Almost of the place has special taste and aroma.
Different place and also different processing technique make every coffee be a special coffee.
There were 6,000 cups of free coffee for the visitor.
This is a simple report...



Our Coffee booth...



Coffee plants for critical land...



The black banner...



Preparing...



Barista in action...



The tools for preparing coffee...



Filtering...



Preparation on Business meeting on coffee product...



Improve branding of local coffee to be superior product...



Little coffee trees...



Fresh ripen coffee fruits...



So fresh...



Just harvested...



Green wash- coffee bean...



Traditional roasted coffee bean...



Premium roasted - Arabica coffee bean...



Local coffee...



Local coffee in any interesting packages...



Another interesting package of local coffee...



Simple package of coffee bean and coffee powder



My sweet-lovely co-workers...

Banjarnegara - Coffee Day, Support Our Local Coffee
Enjoy your coffee...

10 comments:

  1. This is my first time to see fresh coffee bean! They look like cherries!
    Allot of celebration over there! 6000 Free coffee? Wow!

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    1. we smell the fresh Coffee aroma here and there...

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  2. True endah, we should proud with our local product...gud luck

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  3. Endah, I see you had very interesting and busy day! I have never tasted Banjarnegara's coffer and therefore looked at the Google map to know where you live. It's nice place and I hope coffee is delicious.

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    1. I think, you should try Indonesian coffee someday. There are so many various coffee taste presented.

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  4. That will have been a very busy but nice day. Tasting so many different coffees from your region sounds interesting and 6000 cups of coffee for free......I hope and think there were many people.

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    1. Lots of visitors here. Served 6000 cups of coffee, all done... They wanted more and more...

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  5. Very interesting to see the different stages of the coffee.

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