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Quick hit: Two Javanese Cafes Where You Can Get local Java!

Mirza Luqman Effendy, founder of the Brewphobia coffee shop in South Jakarta, is seen through the window in his shop. Photo: Yosef Riadi for NPR

Mirza Luqman Effendy, founder of the Brewphobia coffee shop in South Jakarta, is seen through the window in his shop. Photo: Yosef Riadi for NPR

Java is finally coming home...to Java. In a recent NPR article by Anthony Kuhn he noted that despite Indonesia  being the world's fourth largest coffee producer and where we get the name for java from, espresso style cafes are not common. That's changing.

Here are the two places Kuhn recommends:

1. Anomali Cafe: save place here

2. Brewphobia:  Save place here

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You can read the original article here "Indonesia Wakes Up And Smells Its Own Coffee — Then Drinks It".

Source: NPR.org

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