MULTI USAHA GROUP / MUG is a supplier and exporter of Aceh Gayo Coffe Beans with the best quality and competitive prices, we can supply coffee beans grade size request by customer. Our company based in Aceh province, sumatera Island (Indonesia) where the largest commodity and the origin of aceh gayo arabica coffee. We are committed to developing resources, especially local farmers, cooperative and provide Aceh Gayo Coffee Beans that collected from the best farmer and proper cultivation organic.
Much of coffee growing practices in Aceh Province are organic, including the use of organic fertilizers for crops. First because it is organic, second because its cultivation is environmentally friendly, third because its taste is special and different from other countries. These three components make the taste different from other coffees and the price is more expensive. Gayo coffee beans are known throughout the world for their distinctive flavor with a complex aroma and flavor, The acidity is low as well as strong consistency.
Legal document for Multi Usaha Group registered with the Ministry of Investment of the Republic of Indonesia No. 0511210008825 and Ministry of Law and Human Rights No. AHU-0067882.AH.01.01, also recorded in the Association of Indonesian Coffee Exporters No. SK/1479/AEKI/XII “Bank Account : Bank Syariah Indonesia, 718 3840554 (Multi Usaha Group PT)”
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Indonesia is one of the top coffee-producing countries in the world and is home to several islands that are renowned for their coffee.
Aceh province is located at the northern tip of the island of Sumatra and known as one of the largest Arabica coffee production centres in Indonesia with good coffee quality at the world level. Gayo coffee is known as “Gayo” coffee because of the characteristic aroma and taste of the coffee. Gayo coffee is an arabica coffee variety which is one of the leading commodities originating from the Gayo Highlands, Central Aceh, Indonesia.
Plantations in Gayo, Central Aceh are on average at an altitude of 1,200 to 1,700 masl. The majority of the tribes living in this area are Gayo people. Gayo people work as coffee farmers with the dominance of Arabica varieties.
This coffee plantation, which has been developed since 1908, thrives in Bener Meriah Regency, Central Aceh and a small part of the Gayo Lues area, Aceh province, these three areas are the largest coffee plantations in Indonesia and even in southeast Asia, which is around 90,000 hectares. The average annual production is 700-800 kilograms per hectare and every year Gayo coffee is exported to more than 16 countries