Tanamera Enamel Pin

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Tanamera Coffee Enamel Pins - perfect for coffee lovers and collectors alike, these pins are the perfect way to show your love for great coffee. Choose from one of 7 designs...

“Bali Kintamani Coffee Bean Pouch”

The rich volcanic soil and climate of Kintamani in Bali, as well as the agricultural practices that are deeply connected with the traditional irrigation system (Subak) and philosophy of Tri Hita Karana, creates high quality Indonesian green beans.

This particular variant of Kintamani coffee delivers a rich mouth-feel of sweet citrus and chocolate, with lingering aftertaste.

“Grab Red & Go”

From the crop in the farm to the cup in your hand, we are present in every step of the process.

We take great pride in serving you our finest international award-winning, specialty grade arabica coffees. Our passion for coffee, appreciation for the process, and devotion to the community – that’s what connects us!

“TC Fresh Roast Artisans”

Tanamera was established with one goal: to introduce Indonesia’s specialty coffee to the world.

Like the red volcanic soil from which we derive our name, the archipelago has rich, fertile soils, perfect for growing specialty coffee.

“Enjoy The Red Cup" featuring our Drip Bag

A great companion for travelling or when you are in the need of a quick caffeine fix, our coffee drip is a quick and easy way to enjoy Indonesia’s finest coffee without having to settle for less.

No need for sophisticated equipment, all you need is hot water, and you can enjoy the rich aroma and smooth taste of Tanamera Coffee.

“Concentrate On It”

Our coffee grounds are brewed with water at room temperature, dripped for 24 hours, before a double filtration process, creating a coffee taste that is rich in aroma and taste.

Our Cold Brew Concentrate is the basis for our Cold Brew Crew!

“Our Kintamani Coffee Processing Area”

In 2018, Tanamera cooperated with Manikliyu Village in Kintamani, Bali to make the ‘Kintamani Coffee Processing Area’.

As well as improving coffee quality, our main focus is to improve our farmer groups financial wellbeing, while ensuring this is sustainable for future generations.

“The Origins: Aceh Gayo”

Located on the westernmost part of Indonesia, in the Special Region of Aceh, was once the center of Indonesia’s cross-sea trade. Coffee has been part of the Special Region of Aceh since the 1900s.

It is grown and harvested at an altitude of 1400 MASL in the Gayo Highlands. This particular variant of Gayo coffee gives off the taste of tropical fruits, green apple and caramel that lead to bright acidity.