Pondok Indah Mall 3 Boutique, discover more

Location: Pondok Indah Mall 3, Ground Floor,

Jl. Metro Pondok Indah Kav. IV, Jakarta Selatan

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 10am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Plaza Indonesia boutique

Location: Plaza Indonesia, 1st Floor,

Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.9, Jakarta Pusat

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 06pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Senayan City Pop-up Boutique

Location: Senayan City, Ground Floor,

Jl. Asia Afrika No.19, Jakarta Pusat

Opening hours: Monday - Thursday, 11am – 08pm

Opening hours: Friday - Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Lotte Shopping Avenue Pop-up Boutique

Location: Lotte Shopping Avenue, Ground Floor,

Jl. Prof. DR. Satrio No.3-5, Jakarta Selatan

Opening hours: Monday - Thursday, 11am – 08pm

Opening hours: Friday - Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

PIK Avenue Pop-up Boutique

Location: PIK Avenue, Ground Floor,

Jl. Pantai Indah Kapuk No.6, Jakarta Utara

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Pacific Place Pop-up Boutique

Location: Pacific Place, Ground Floor,

Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 52 - 53, Jakarta Pusat

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

PIM 2 Pop Up Boutique

Location: Pondok Indah Mall 2, North Ground Floor,

Jl. Metro Pondok Indah Kav. IV, Jakarta Selatan

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 10am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Gandaria City Pop-up Boutique

Location: Gandaria City, Ground Floor,

Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda, Jakarta Selatan

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Central Park Pop-up Boutique

Location: Central Park, Ground Floor,

Jl. Letjen S. Parman No.28, Jakarta Barat

Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 11am – 08pm

Opening hours: Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Kota Kasablanka Pop-up Boutique

Location: Kota Kasablanka, Ground Floor,

Jl. Casablanca Raya Kav. 88, Jakarta Barat

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

TSM Bandung Pop Up Boutique

Location: TSM Bandung , Ground Floor,

Jl. Gatot Subroto No.289, Cibangkong, Bandung

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Delipark Medan pop-up boutique

Location: Delipark Mall, Ground Floor,

Jl. Putri Hijau No.1, Kesawan, OPQ, Medan

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Plaza Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta pop-up boutique

Location: Plaza Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta, Ground Floor,

Jl. Laksda Adisucipto No.3, Ambarukmo, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Hartono Mall Yogyakarta pop-up boutique

Location: Hartono Mall Yogyakarta, Ground Floor,

Jl. Ring Road Utara, Kaliwaru, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Lippo Mall Puri pop-up boutique

Location: Lippo Mall Puri, Ground floor,

Puri Indah CBD Jl. Puri Indah Raya Blok U 1

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Sun Plaza Medan pop-up boutique

Location: Sun Plaza Mall, Ground Floor,

Jl. KH. Zainul Arifin No.7, Madras Hulu, Medan

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Mall Kepala Gading 3 pop-up boutique

Location: Mall Kepala Gading 3, Ground Floor,

Jl. Boulevard Raya No.13, Jakarta Utara

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

Grand Indonesia pop-up boutique (12 July - 12 August)

Location: Grand Indonesia, Ground Floor,

Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.1, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 09pm

Products sold: Coffee, machines & accessories  

Services: Coffee tasting, recycling

6 Fascinating Facts About Coffee Harvesting

Why there’s much more to picking Nespresso’s coffee cherries than you thought.

Harvesting coffee is either done by hand or machine, depending on a farm’s size and terrain. But it’s not as easy as it may sound — coffee cherries on the same branch ripen at different times, which can make things tricky.

Want to know more? Below we reveal the curious ins and outs of harvesting.

01

It’s easy to tell when a coffee cherry is ripe and ready to be harvested – it’s bright red. If it’s green, you’re too early, and if it’s black, you’ve waited too long. We train the farmers to ensure they always pick ripe cherries.

02

Certain countries, such as Kenya, have two crops (a main crop and a fly crop) so they have two harvests a year. That means, more coffee. Lucky them; lucky us.

03

Farmers hand-harvest most of the cherries for our Grands Crus as they usually ripen at different rates on the same branch. It takes three to five trips to pick them all from coffee trees, as so many have to be left to mature.

It’s easy to tell when a coffee cherry is ripe and ready to be harvested – it’s bright red. If it’s green, you’re too early, and if it’s black, you’ve waited too long.
04

“Stripping” is another method of harvesting. Pickers slide their hands along the branches and strip the trees of both ripe and unripe cherries, which fall onto tarpaulin underneath the tree. The fruit is then meticulously sorted in a machine or by hand as even a few unripe beans can affect the taste of the coffee.

05

In countries like Brazil, which have very large plantations and the land is flat, a machine is used for harvesting. It’s driven over each tree and shakes the branches so the fruit falls off. The cherries are then sorted in other machines which weed out the green ones.

06

Harvest time doesn’t necessarily mean amazing weather. In fact, you’ll need an umbrella in the Espírito Santo region of Brazil’s subtropical north where it rains heavily in July, just when the Conilon we use for our Kazaar coffee ripens. As the farmers can’t dry the cherries in the sun, they use a machine set to a low temperature – and indirect heat – so as not to damage the beans.

Harvesting by hand is often the preferred method in areas with steep slopes or tough terrain that make it hard for machines to access.

An awful lot goes into harvesting our coffees — and quite right too. It’s one of the reasons we think they taste so good.