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Amstirdam Coffee Suhat

Amstirdam Coffee Suhat

Amstirdam coffee was established in 2011 and is a specialty coffee from Malang regency which is fully supported by the Malang government to stimulate the local coffee industry and empower coffee farmers in Malang district.

The name Amstirdam is taken from the name of four districts in the southern part of Malang district, namely Ampelgading, Sumbermanjing, Tirtoyudo and Dampit. Coffee developed in these four districts is generally robusta coffee and arabica coffee.

With the support of the Malang district government, Amstirdam coffee was introduced to the international level by bringing it to the Indonesian Festival in Moscow, Russia.