Becoming one of the prominent company from Indonesia that provide “The best quality of Indonesian Coffee and Spices with heritages”.
Company Name : PT. Nestra Kottama Indonesia
Established : January 11, 2021 (Akta No. 014)
Corporate Address : Jl. Magelang – Salaman KM 1, Banjarnegoro,
Mertoyudan, Magelang, Jawa Tengah
Contact Details :
Phone : +62 293 312372
Mobile : +62 8177 928 0704
Facsimile : +62 293 312372
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Initial Capital Investment : IDR 100.000.000,-
Industrial Sector (Activity) : Trading and Manufacturing Indonesian Coffee & Spices
Market Sector : Herbs & Spices, F&B, Ingredients, Medicines and Cosmetics Companies
Sourcing Area :
All of Provinces in Indonesia (Nusantara) Special the journey of 9 mountains Central Java Coffee
• Akta (Company Deed) : Nomor 014 / 2021
• Kemenkumham : AHU-0002231.AH.01.01. Tahun 2021
• NPWP : 18.104.22.168-524.000
• NIB : 1262000121956 / January 15, 2021
• SIUP : 1262000121956 / January 20, 2021
• ETK (Exp.Coffee Reg) : 02.ETK-02.21.0022
Bank Account : (USD) 2500150077
Swift Code : BNINIDJA
Address : BANK NEGARA INDONESIA (BNI) – KK METRO
SQUARE JL. Mayjend Bambang Soegeng Magelang, Jawa Tengah – 56172
Telp. : +62 293 3218046
Becoming one of the prominent company from Indonesia that provide “The best quality of Indonesian Coffee and Spices with heritages”.
By adopting participatory management system, our company be able to empowering every member to participate actively and purposefully in good atmosphere relationship to achieve our goals. This is done by creating effective communication and developing positive working environment inside the company.
Food and beverages is one of the basic requirements for humans to survive, and the patterns of food consumption as well as their methods of preparation have evolved since new food sources and ingredients were discovered throughout the history of mankind. Moreover, different cultures and traditions have also played a major role in the innovation and the discovery of various culinary tastes.
With the globalization and frequency of human travel, as well as the development in food technology, presently we may ﬁnd varieties of culinary products from various corners of the world at our doorsteps, particularly in large cities worldwide. As a result, the demand and trade for various food ingredients including spices, that are indigenous to certain regions, have also shown signiﬁcant increases overtime.
On the other hand, the concerns and requirements on food safety have become the major issues related to the food industry.
Historically in the late 16th century, Indonesia has been the major source of spices and coffees for the Dutch, British and Portuguese traders. Nutmeg, Pepper, Cloves and Cassia vera were among the many spices that were highly sought for.
Many battles were fought for a prolonged time in order to seize and to dominate these exotic spices. Today, Indonesia’s Nutmegs, Pepper, Cloves and Cassia vera remain as spices and coffees that are highly demanded, particularly in the United States, Europe and Japan.
Coffee is an important beverage in most societies around the globe. Not only for consumers’ delight of drinking it but also for its economic value for the coffee bean producing and exporting countries (such as Indonesia).
Coffee that is sold on the world market is usually a combination of roasted beans of two botanic types: arabica and Robusta. The difference between these two types mainly lies in its taste and the level of caffeine. Arabica beans, more expensive on the world market, have a milder taste and contain approximately 70 percent less caffeine than Robusta beans.
Indonesia is among the world’s top coffee producing and exporting countries. Indonesia is the world’s third-largest coffee producer and exporter, after Brazil and Vietnam. Indonesia-based companies supply coffee across the entire quality range, from run-of-the-mill Robusta varieties to distinguished Arabica coffees and the renowned specialty coffees kopi Luwak (known as the world’s the most expensive coffee).
It is brewed from beans that have passed through the digestive system of the Asian palm civet (catlike animal). Due to this special fermentation process inside the animal (and since the civet can select the juiciest coffee cherries) this coffee is believed to have a richer taste.
The above exotic spices and coffees are delicate products, that are susceptible to climate changes, hence would require harvesting them in the right condition, right time, and ensuring right handling process.
Our many years of experience with the farmers will ensure the best practices in the planting, harvesting and processing of the commodities, as well as the logistics to ensure that the commodities are received in accordance with the speciﬁcations required by our customers.
PT. Nestra Kottama Indonesia was established from January 2021, that’s before already running with small entity and was name CV. Kinara Pandya Adyota from 2013. With our strong commitment to export the best quality and maintain the sustainability of Indonesian spices to the International market, PT. Nestra Kottama Indonesia is determined to become one of the prominent exporter of spices and coffees from Indonesia.
We adopt strictly rule and stringent sourcing policy to ensure the best quality and consistency of our goods. Various markets have different requirements. Those market requirements are associated, but not only, with particularly on the food safety issues such as the levels of Aﬂatoxin, Ochratoxin (Mycotoxin), Chemical Residue and Contaminants.
We have established close collaboration and cooperation with farming communities in several areas. Some areas such as in North Sulawesi, North Maluku and Maluku are being the primary sources for nutmegs, mace and cloves. Bangka, Lampung, East and West Kalimantan are the main sources areas for white pepper. While Kerinci and West Sumatera are our primary sources for Cassia vera.
The numerous coffee-growing regions in the country produce beans of distinct ﬂavors and properties, and several highland Arabica coffees from the 9 Mountain at Central Java Indonesia are recognized by aﬁcionados the world over Nestra Coffee Arabica is planted in Central Java, currently widely planted in Mount Sumbing, Sindoro, Merbabu, Bhisma, Prau, and Merapi Mountain.
It is a gentle coffee with a lovely fragrance, medium body, high acidity, balanced ﬂavor with traces of cocoa, and nuts that offer herbal spicy aftertaste. In the Magelang region, there is the best Central Java coffee that we serve comes from plantations in 9 coffee plantations with an area of more than 19,829 hectares in the Merapi, Merbabu, Sumbing, Andong, Telomoyo, Giyanti, Menoreh, and Sikapat Mountains which has a lot of variety of characters, the value of taste, and the uniqueness of each.
Central Java coffee has been grown in this area since the 17th century and has historically been enjoyed by people all over the world.
We create and develop a mutually beneﬁcial relationship with the farmers, as our partner, at the origin in order to obtain a sustainable supply of goods. We also have a plan to select new farming communities to adopt organic farming practices. This is having be done to improve organic goods production volume to fulﬁll market demand.
The goods that are ordered from, or supplied by, farmers normally in the form of raw materials. When the raw materials are received at our collecting units, the raw materials are then further processed with method into ﬁnished goods according to the speciﬁcations. After ﬁnal inspection, the goods are ready to be delivered or sold.
An illustration of our processing ﬂow is provided hereunder:
Nutmegs / Pala
The nutmegs procured/received from the farmers, depending on the existing practices, are in the forms of:
In the case of nutmegs that are still in shells:
In the case of nutmegs that have already been cracked, the whole processes as described above are done at the origin under our supervision. Therefore, the ﬁnished goods are shipped to Cimanggis (Depok) and only stage 3 of the overall process is conducted in Cimanggis (Depok).
As regards to the processing of Pepper and Cassia, different techniques are applied due to the nature of the commodities.
Spices must be grown, harvested, handled and stored in such a manner as to prevent the occurrence of mycotoxins. If found, levels must comply with existing national and / or EU legislation.
Spices should be free in practical terms from live and/or dead insects, insect fragments and rodent contamination visible to the naked eye (corrected if necessary for abnormal vision).
Primary processing should remove all foreign matter. If primary processing does not meet the required food safety an additional cleaning is necessary.
It i s strongly recommended that state of the art cleaning technology is applied to reduce the risk of foreign matter contamination as far as possible.
Spices max. 1%
The packaging must not be a source of contamination, should be food grade and must protect the product quality during transportation and storage.
Spices must be free from off odor or off ﬂavor.
Nutmeg is the actual seed of the Nutmeg tree, roughly egg-shaped and about 20 to 30 mm (0.8 to 1 in) long and 15 to 18 mm (0.6 to 0.7 in) wide and weighing between 5 and 10 g (0.2 and 0.4 oz.) dried, while mace is the dried “lacy” reddish covering or aril of the seed. The ﬁrst harvest of nutmeg trees takes place 7–9 years after planting, and the trees reach full production after 20 years. Although with new Agricultural technologies applied, yield can be done at an earlier phase. This is the only tropical fruit that is the source of two different spices.
Sulawesi (Siau), The Moluccas Islands and Ternate are examples where Nutmeg Trees thrive and have been grown for centuries; since the Portuguese harbored in The Moluccas, these Islands have been known to the western world as the original spice islands from where nutmeg originated, prior to its presence in the dining room and western cuisine.
Nutmeg is derived from the seed which is covered by a shell inside the fruit. Between the ﬂesh of the fruit and the shell, a ﬂower is present, known as mace. This mace is also one of the very valuable spices. The Siau/Ambon Nutmeg commonly has a round-ellipsoid ruminate endosperm kernel, with a ﬁrm ﬂeshy, whitish and transverse by reddish-brown veins. Its ﬂavor of sweet soupy rancid odor has been applied in many applications in the food industry from meat products to beverages. This ﬂavor characteristic is attributable to steam essential volatile oil and lipids ﬁxed oil which is widely used in the cosmetics industry.
High quality grade nutmeg that is mixed in kernel size and has a smooth surface. This grade is also commonly used in the food industry.
This nutmeg has a kernel with a wrinkled surface. This whole and wrinkled grade is commonly used for ground products due to the less density compared to ABCD or calibrated nutmeg.
We certify that our above products meet all requirements pertaining to afatoxin and ochratoxin levels. The volatile oil level is minimum 6.5 ml/100 gram.
The term ‘cinnamon’ is commonly (and confusingly) used to cover 2 distinct products – cinnamon, and cassia – and a range of species. Cinnamon and cassia are the dried bark of a tree. Properly, the product cinnamon (or true cinnamon) comes from the species Cinnamomum zeylanicum (syn. C. verum); the product cassia comes from several species, depending on the country of origin, the principal ones of which are Cinnamomum cassia (SE China); C. burmannii (Indonesia); C. loureirii (Vietnam). In this note, cinnamon will be taken to refer to C. zeylanicum, and cassia to the other species.
In general, the product can be identiﬁed by the origin, since origins produce predominantly one, or the other.
Although cinnamon and cassia are frequently considered as equivalents in that both are used for the same purposes and one can replace the other in usage, there are both important diﬀerences (physical and chemical, translating into appearance and ﬂavor) between the 2 products, and additional diﬀerences within the diﬀerent cassia species themselves.
– White Pepper
– Black Pepper
Coffee is an important beverage in most societies around the globe. Not only for consumers’ delight of drinking it but also for its economic value for the coffee bean producing and exporting countries (such as Indonesia). Coffee that is sold on the world market is usually a combination of roasted beans of two botanic types: arabica and robusta. The difference between these two types mainly lies in its taste and the level of caffeine. Arabica beans, more expensive on the world market, have a milder taste and contain approximately 70 percent less caffeine than robusta beans.
Indonesia is among the world’s top coffee producing and exporting countries. Indonesia is the world’s third-largest coffee producer and exporter, after Brazil and Vietnam. Indonesia- based companies supply coffee across the entire quality range, from run-of-the-mill Robusta varieties to distinguished Arabica coffees and the renowned specialty coffees kopi luwak (known as the world’s the most expensive coffee). It is brewed from beans that have passed through the digestive system of the Asian palm civet (catlike animal). Due to this special fermentation process inside the animal (and since the civet can select the juiciest coffee cherries) this coffee is believed to have a richer taste
Indonesia’s domestic coffee consumption has almost quadrupled since 1990, reaching the equivalent of 4.8 million 60-kilogram bags of coffee in 2018/2019. This growing demand is fueled by a younger generation switching over from tea to coffee, and a newfound appreciation for locally-produced coffee
Indonesia’s tropical climate produces almost ideal conditions for planting coffee. Cultivation dates back to colonial times and began in western regions of Java, but plantations soon spread to central java, eastern Java, and across the country. Indonesian farmers in cooperation with the relevant ministries are planning to expand Indonesia’s coffee plantations while rejuvenating old plantations through intensiﬁcation programs.
Robusta coffee makes up more than three-quarters of Indonesia’s produce; the remainder is of the milder Arabica type. The numerous coffee-growing regions in the country produce beans of distinct ﬂavors and properties, and several highland Arabica coffees from the 9 Mountain at Central Java Indonesia are recognized by aﬁcionados the world over Nestra Coffee Arabica is planted in Central Java, currently widely planted in Mount Sumbing, Sindoro, Merbabu, Bhisma, Slamet, Prau, and Merapi Mountain. It is a gentle coffee with a lovely fragrance, medium body, high acidity, balanced ﬂavor with traces of cocoa, and nuts that offer herbal spicy aftertaste.
In particular, in the Magelang region, there is the best Central Java coffee that we serve comes from plantations in 9 coffee plantations with an area of more than 19,829 hectares in the Merapi, Merbabu, Andong-Telomoyo, Sumbing-Sindoro, Prau, Bisma, Slamet, Ungaran and Lereng Kelir Mountainswhich has a lot of variety of characters, the value of taste, and the uniqueness of each. Central Java coffee has been grown in this area since the 17th century and has historically been enjoyed by people all over the world
Mount Merapi, (literally Fire Mountain in Indonesian and Javanese), is an active stratovolcano located on the border between central java and Yogyakarta provinces, Indonesia. It is the most active volcano in Indonesia and has erupted regularly since 1548. Mount Merapi (peak altitude of 2,968 m above sea level, per 2006) is a volcano in the central part of Java and is one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia.
Slope south side are in the administrative district of Sleman, Yogyakarta, and the rest are in the region of Central Java province, namely Magelang district on the west side, Boyolali district in the north and east, and Klaten district on the southeast side. The forest area around peak into Mount Merapi National Park area since 2004.
Living with the most active volcano in the world, villagers on the slope of Merapi has built a ﬂexible way of life in coping with disasters. Immediately avert the catastrophe was over, they returned to Merapi to put their lives back in order again. All efforts to relocate them from their villages have met an impasse. They are the residents of the “Volcano Kingdom”.
Mount Merbabu (Indonesian: Gunung Merbabu) is dormant stratovolcano in Central Java province on the Indonesian island of Java.The name Merbabu could be loosely translated as ‘Mountain of Ash’ from the Javanese combined words; Meru means “mountain” and awu or abu means “ash”. The active volcano Mount Merapi is directly adjacent on its south-east side, while the city of Salatiga is located on its northern foothills. A 1,500m high broad saddle lies between Merbabu and Merapi, the site of the village of Selo, Java and highly fertile farming land. There are two peaks; Syarif (3,119 m) and Kenteng Songo (3,145 m). Three U-shaped radial valleys extend from the Kenteng Songo summit in northwesterly, north eastly and south eastly directions
Mount Andong (Indonesia: Gunung Andong) is a shield type mountain in Magelang Regency, Central Java in Indonesia. This mountain has never had an erupting activity. Andong mountain is located between Ngablak and Tlogorjo, Grabag and has an altitude of around 1,463 meters. Andong Mountain is one of several mountains that encircle Magelang, adjacent to Mount Telomoyo. The mountain is on the border of the Salatiga,Semarang and Magelang regions
Mount Telomoyo is a stratovolcano in Central Java, Indonesia. The volcano was constructed over the southern ﬂank of the eroded Pleistocene-age Soropati volcano, which has a height of 1,300 metres (4,300 ft). The Soropati volcano collapsed during the Pleistocene, leaving a U-shaped depression. Mount Telomoyo grows on the southern side of the depression, reaching over 600 metres (2,000 ft) above the depression’s rim.
Sumbing is a volcano located on the island of Java, Indonesia. Upright as high as 3,371 meters above sea level, the mountain is located in three districts in Central Java, the Magelang district, Waterford, and Wonosobo. Together with Mount Sindoro, Sumbing shaping landscapes twin mountains, such as Mount Merapi and Mount Merbabu, when seen from the direction of Waterford. The gap between the mountain and Sindoro passed by the provincial road that connects the city of Waterford and Wonosobo. This road is commonly dubbed the “” Kledung Pass “.
Mount Sindoro, commonly called Sindoro, or also Sundoro (altitude 3,150 meters above sea level) is an active volcano mountain located in Central Java, Indonesia, with Waterford as the nearest town. Mount Sindara located adjacent to Sumbing.
Crater accompanied ravine can be found in the northwest to the south side of the mountain, and the largest is called the Flower. A small lava dome occupies the top of a volcano. History Sindara eruption that has occurred mostly mild to moderate manifold (phreatic eruption).Forests in the region of Mount Sundoro have Dipterokarp Hill forest type, forest Dipterokarp Upper Montane forests, and forest Ericaceous or mountain forest
We create and develop a mutually beneﬁcial relationship with the farmers, as our partner, at the origin in order to obtain a sustainable supply of goods.
We also have a plan to select new farming communities to adopt organic farming practices. This has to be done to improve organic goods production volume to fulfill market demand.