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Indonesian Coffee Indonesian Coffee History

Arabica coffee plants were first brought to Indonesia in the 17th century by the Dutch East India Company while Indonesia was still occupied by the Dutch. Their goal in growing coffee was to break the worldwide Arab monopoly on coffee trade.

In the beginning, the Dutch Colonial Government planted coffee as far south as Bogor and Sukabumi, as well as around Batavia (Jakarta). Coffee plantations were later established in East, West and Central Java, in addition to some parts of Sulawesi and Sumatra.  In order to develop the plantations, large areas of forested land were cleared and cultivated. The growth of coffee plantations was responsible for the development of a lot of infrastructure in Central Java throughout the 19th century. Many railways and roads had to be constructed in order to transport the beans from the island interior to different ports so that they could be exported.

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