Have you tried Indonesian Bunisora Honey Coffee?
This month we’re reviewing a wonderful single origin coffee from one of the world’s best coffee growing regions, Indonesia. Sourced from the Sunda region of West Java, Indonesia, the Bunisora Honey Coffee is named after Prabu Bunisora, an ancient ruler of the Sunda and Galuh kingdoms, reining from 1357 to 1371 AD.
With an ideal climate perfectly suited to growth and production, Indonesia is actually the world’s fourth largest coffee producer with just over half of production consumed locally and a large proportion of the producers being small holdings farmers.
The ‘honey’ processing method is the most difficult to execute. With the coffee pulped then, without washing (which leaves some of the pulp on the beans), is spread out thinly to dry on purpose built drying beds and turned hourly for the 10 – 15 days is takes to become stable.
The result of this process makes the Indonesian Bunisora a full bodied single origin coffee with floral bouquets and sweet spices tasting notes. It is quite an enjoyable coffee on its own however it would also make an excellent blend as well.
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Indonesian Bunisora Honey Coffee Ham
- 1 cup honey
- 1 cup apple butter
- ½ – ¾ cup very strongly brewed Indonesian Bunisora Honey Coffee
- 1 teaspoon freshly ground cloves
1. Mix honey, apple butter and coffee. Rub ham with ground cloves. Place ham in roasting pan and pour half of coffee-honey sauce evenly over it. Reserve remaining sauce for basting and serving.
2. Bake on lower rack of the oven at 350 degrees for 90 minutes or until meat thermometer reads 140 degrees. Baste with remaining sauce every 15 minutes.
3. Cover with foil for last 30-60 minutes to avoid excessive browning. Remove from oven and let rest in pan at room temperature for 30 minutes. Slice and transfer to serving platter.
4. Heat remaining sauce and serve!