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Exploring the Rich History and Unique Flavour Profile of Old Brown Java Coffee Beans

Exploring the Rich History and Unique Flavour Profile of Old Brown Java Coffee Beans

Graham Jones |

When coffee connoisseurs talk about Old Brown Java (OBJ) coffee beans, they often refer to the mysterious, musky flavour that comes from the coffee beans’ long and unusual history. Hailing from Indonesia, OBJ coffee beans were once the preserve of a select few, and were only available to the most discerning of coffee drinkers.

OBJ coffee beans have a long and interesting history. It is believed that the beans were first discovered in the 17th century in the area of Java, Indonesia. It is not known exactly how they were discovered, but it is speculated that they were discovered by Dutch settlers who were looking for a new and unique coffee bean.

The OBJ coffee beans were then exported to Europe and became popular in the 19th century. During this time, the beans were aged for up to two years in order to develop a unique flavour profile. The beans were then shipped to various countries, including the United States, where they were roasted and sold as a specialty coffee.

In the 20th century, OBJ coffee beans became popular in Indonesia, where they were grown and processed in the underground for many years. This allowed the beans to develop a unique flavour profile that is often described as musky and earthy. The beans were then aged, giving them a unique flavour that is not found in other varieties.
The unique flavour profile of these beans makes them a popular choice among coffee drinkers all over the world.

If you are looking for a unique and interesting coffee bean to try, then Old Brown Java coffee beans are definitely worth a try. 

 

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