Hello Den Haagers! Last week, on Friday and Saturday, June 17th and 18th 2016, PPI Den Haag released its event, the Indonesian Coffee Festival. The event went very well, and here are the highlights from the second day! To read more about what happened in the first day, check out this post. The event started […]

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Hello Den Haagers! As you all know, today was the first day of the Indonesian Coffee Festival, held in New Babylon, The Hague. The event went very successfully, and so many enthusiastic people were there to attend the show. If you missed it, here are some of the clips and pictures of what you missed. […]

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It is easy to find us! You can go to Den Haag Centraal Station and follow the route. Check out these maps to help you find us. We are on the second floor, and our event starts at exactly 11 am, so don’t be late!   Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

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Have you every wondered how difficult it is to make those beautiful shapes on the top of your latte cup? Well, this special show at the Indonesian Coffee Festival might satisfy your curiosity! You will be able to meet Yakup Aydin, a professional barista who was the World Barista Championship 2011 champion. So he is […]

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Coffee cupping — or coffee tasting — is the practice of observing the tastes and aromas of brewed coffee. The standard procedure of coffee cupping consists of deeply sniffing the coffee, and then loudly slurping the coffee so it spreads to the back of the tongue. In this way the taster can try to measure […]

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Hello everyone, and Happy Ramadan! We realise that our event will be held on the fasting month. But for those of you who will be fasting on the days of the event, do not worry! You will be able to bring back some coffee samples to taste and enjoy in the comfort of your homes. […]

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Indonesia is located in the perfect part of the earth for planting amazing coffee plants, and as a result it has become the fourth largest producer of coffee in the world. The most famous coffee from Indonesia is one you’ve probably had heard: Luwak coffee, considered to be the most expensive coffee in the world. […]

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