About Us

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″ css=”.vc_custom_1448141078506{padding-top: 244px !important;padding-left: 48px !important;background-position: 0 0 !important;background-repeat: no-repeat !important;}”][vc_custom_heading text=”About Us” font_container=”tag:h1|font_size:64px|text_align:left|color:%23654005|line_height:70px” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text]Indonesia is one of the largest coffee producing countries in the world. Indonesian coffee is not only popular in its own country, but also to the foreign market. Among the most popular coffee types in the world, Balinese Coffee is one of them. For decades, the original coffee from Bali (Bali origins of coffee) has been recognized by the global community as an exotic coffee with a distinctive flavor, giving off a strong and fragrant aroma. Despite its popularity, it is sometimes still difficult to find a product in the public market that authentically copies the original blend without any mixture.

This is why in 2003, the “70°F Koffie” coffee factory was established as an effort to meet the needs of the market by selling original coffee that’s pure without any mixture. The Balinese coffee most especially, which has a distinctive taste and is rich in health benefits, has been in production for over 10 years, registered with the legal name 70°F Koffie under PT Subumi Inti Perkasa.

At its inception, it carried the trademark named “Golden Kirrin Coffee”. It was then converted into “70°F Koffie”, along with its efforts to penetrate international markets. The name “70°F Koffie” itself is inspired by the levels of ideal temperature for coffee factories to grow properly. It also serves as a reminder that PT SUBUMI INTI PERKASA should always choose coffee beans from plantations with ideal natural conditions in order to produce the best coffee.

To become the best native Indonesian coffee producer with top-notch quality products.


  • To introduce a quality, original and pure Indonesian coffee flavor, especially Balinese coffee, to the local and international communities.
  • To help improve the welfare of local communities, especially those engaged in the coffee plantation sector.

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