Indonesia 2021

Cup of Excellence:  These coffees have each been cupped a minimum of five different times during the cupping process. The winning lots are the top 30 coffees that scored above an 87 by the Cup of Excellence Global Coffee Centers.

National Winners: The National Winner lots are coffees scoring 85+ points during the International Phase by the Cup of Excellence National Jury and International Jury. These coffees have each been cupped a minimum of five different times during the cupping process.

COE Auction: January 27th
NW Auction: January 24th – February 4th

RANK
SCORE
FARM
FARMER
REGION
WEIGHT (kg)
VARIETY
PROCESS
1
89.28
Dilen Ali Gogo
Aceh
210
Ateng, Gayo 1, P88
Honey
2
89.04
Ita Rosita
Jawa Barat
186
Sigararutang
Natural
3
88.89
Roberto Bagus Syahputra
Aceh
262
Ateng, Gayo 1, P88
Washed
4
88.75
Dandy Darmawan
Jawa Timur
358
USDA, Colombia Brazil
Natural
5
88.58
Yudi
Jawa Barat
205
Kartika, Sigararutang, S-795
Natural
6
88.49
Triyono
Jambi
205
Sigararutang, S-795, Andungsari
Honey
7
88.46
Drs Hamdan
Aceh
217
Abbysinia, Typica, Ateng, P-88
Natural
8
88.3
Ahmad Vansyu
Jawa Barat
202
Ateng, Sigararutang, S-795, Andungsari
Washed
9
88.25
Daeng Halim
Sulawesi Selatan
189
Typica
Washed
10
88.15
Dinul Haq Sabyli
Jawa Timur
193
Cobra & Typica
Natural
11
88.14
Daeng Balengkang
Sulawesi Selatan
210
Typica
Natural
12
88.05
Samuel Karundeng
Sulawesi Selatan
210
S-795, USDA, Cattuai
Washed
13
87.88
Muhammad Irwan
Jawa Barat
157
Sigararutang, Cattimor, S-795
Natural
14
87.76
Saeful Hadi
Jawa Barat
235
Typica
Washed
15
87.72
Wardoyo
Jawa Timur
207
Typica& P-88
Natural
16
87.71
Sabarwin
Aceh
180
Ateng & Sigararutang
Wet Hull
17
87.69
I Wayan Parum
Bali
194
S-795 & Cobra
Natural
18
87.68
Indo Pole
Sulawesi Selatan
210
S-795
Natural
19
87.62
Gravfarm Indonesia
Jawa Barat
236
Sigararutang & S-795
Washed
20
87.62
Enung Sumartini
Jawa Barat
216
S-795, Sigararutang, Yellow Bourbon
Natural
21
87.53
Setra Yuhana
Jawa Barat
215
Andungsari & S-795
Natural
22
87.22
Santoso
Jawa Barat
210
Sigararutang, S-795, Andungsari
Washed
23
87.21
Zakiah
Aceh
205
Ateng & P88
Natural
24
87.21
Dasimah Hakim
Aceh
205
Ateng
Wet Hull
25
87.16
Marselina Walu
NTT
215
S-795
Washed
26
87.1
Mukhlis M
Jambi
180
Andungsari & Sigararutang
Washed
Score
Farm
Farmer
Weight (kg)
Region
Process
Variety
86.99
Kiki Richardo Gumalag
225
Sumatera Selatan
Washed
Ateng& Typica
86.88
I Gusti Agung djelantik
220
Bali
Natural
Kopyol, Kartika, Cobra
86.88
Sukri
238
Sulawesi Selatan
Natural
S-795, Typica
86.88
Iqbal Arisa
445
Aceh
Washed
Ateng, Bourbon, Typica, S-795, P-88, Abbysinia
86.29
Zainal Arifin
205
Aceh
Natural
Ateng & Timtim
86.03
Ade Saedin
217
Jawa Barat
Washed
S 795
NAME
COMPANY
COUNTRY
Stephen Vick (Head Judge)
COE
Indonesia
Shinji Sekine
Wataru & Co., Ltd.
Japan
Mitsunori Shono
Wataru & Co., Ltd.
Japan
Adam Matheson
Campos Coffee
Australia
Lloyd Thom
Campos Coffee
Australia
Kentaro Maruyama
Maruyama Coffee Co., Ltd.
Japan
Miyoko Watanabe
Maruyama Coffee Co., Ltd.
Japan
Lee Hyunki
Momos Coffee
South Korea
Jooyeon Jeon
Momos Coffee
South Korea
Jeff Chean
Groundwork Coffee
USA
Philip Hand
Groundwork Coffee
USA
Peter Dupont
Coffee Collective
Denmark
Søren Sylvest
COOP Danmark
Denmark
Charles Fleer
La Boheme Cafe s.r.o.
Czech Republic
Jakub Hartl
La Boheme Cafe s.r.o.
Czech Republic
Rani Kartika
Otten coffee
Indonesia
Shirley Wirawan
Nguppie Roastery
Indonesia
Laila Dimyati
independent
Indonesia
Darrin Daniel
ACE
USA
Alex Pond
ACE
USA
Ricky Dyson
ACE
USA
NAME
COMPANY
Wiliam Edison
Wiliam Edison
Rani Kartika
PT. Otten Coffee Indonesia
Shirley Wirawan
Nguppie Roastery & Lab
Laila Octaviana
independent
Kristian Aditya Batafor
Seniman Coffee Roastery
Eriex Yohanes Prasetyo
Sucafina Indonesia Coffee
Hendra Susanto
Beskabean
Andika Ajie
Dewaji Coffee Lab
Christian
Gapoktan Kasuga

The Organizing Country Commissions is the commission that goes to the in country partner host organization to pay for operational expenses of hosting the event.

*The winning coffees have been selected and scored in blind cuppings. The winning farm and the specific coffee lot information is submitted by each farmer and is not known to the public until the awards ceremony.  ACE assumes the farm information is correct and up to date but is not responsible should some information change before or after the auction.   Bidders should assess the value of each coffee based on quality in the cup and its appropriateness for their company. Farm information is for educational purposes only but can be used to help sell the winning coffees.

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