The name CATUR comes from an old Sanskrit language meaning four, referring to the 4 key taste profiles, Bumi, Senja, Pucuk and Kamala.
Each one of these taste profiles were specifically designed with purpose driven fermentation approach: We thought about the flavors that we want first, before utilizing terroir-specific fermentation starters & steps.
Bumi means earth in Bahasa Indonesia.
It is our take on a classic Indonesian profile. The coffees under our Bumi taste profile have the same chocolatey, brown spices and sweetness that people like about Indonesian coffee, but elevated with extra vibrancy and structure.
Utilizing a combination of full washed and honey methods as well as yeast-based inoculants.
Senja means sunset in Sanskrit.
Just like the different color and stages of the sunset, this taste profile is signified by a combination of deeper and complex vibrancy
with an accompanying fruit sweetness
and rounded body.
Senja utilizes blending techniques as well as bacteria and fungi based inoculants.
Pucuk means the tip of a tea leaf in Sanskrit.
This taste profile includes tea-like elegance
with calmer fruit notes.
We were able to achieve this through the combination of yeast, bacteria & fungi based inoculants as well as utilizing the honey
method processing style.
Kamala means lotus as well as the color pale red in Sanskrit.
This is our take on what Indonesian coffees could be under experimental yet directed post-harvest techniques. Kamala offers different arrays of fruity, boozy and out of this world flavors!
We achieved this through the use of mostly anaerobic natural technique as well as trial-based inoculants.