Ayu - Bali Beans

UFF20 Presented by ABC Local Heroes Series: Ayu Sudana

With the theme Heroes, Ubud Food Festival 2020 Presented by ABC highlights figures behind the Indonesian culinary scene, who play a significant role in nourishing Indonesia’s gastronomic world. “For our sixth year, we want to recognize and celebrate the people behind the extraordinary flavors and evolving stories of Indonesia’s culinary landscape,” says our Founder & Director Janet DeNeefe. For the third installment of our Local Heroes Series, we speak to Ayu Sudana, Managing Partner of Bali Beans in Badung, Bali.

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Bali Beans listed on Foodiesfeed Magazine

Bali Beans – Foodiesfeed Magazine

Once upon a time in the misty green hills of Bali, there was a wonderful coffee farm owned by a lovely Sudana family. Please don´t be mistaken! It was not only some ordinary coffee plantation with hundreds of tourists and overgrown coffee trees. This family business is serious – their own coffee is organic and grown on 2 hectares of carefully maintained soil. Then it is thoroughly processed, roasted and brewed right in front of your eyes.

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The Ancient Wisdom: Food Forest System

A story of Mrs. Wayan Sari, a female coffee farmer from Belok Sidan Village who has dedicated her life for growing organic Bali Beans Coffee since 1981. We will look into her family collaboration and opinions in tackling the climate change with Balinese traditional values and ancient wisdoms.

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What is Direct Trade Coffee?

When Bali Beans decided to open their business right up in the mountains, on the border between Plaga and Kintamani, it seemed somewhat counter-intuitive. They are over an hour from the big coffee-drinking centres of Kuta, Canggu, Seminyak and Ubud, making distribution more complicated.

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Ayu - Bali Beans

UFF20 Presented by ABC Local Heroes Series: Ayu Sudana

With the theme Heroes, Ubud Food Festival 2020 Presented by ABC highlights figures behind the Indonesian culinary scene, who play a significant role in nourishing Indonesia’s gastronomic world. “For our sixth year, we want to recognize and celebrate the people behind the extraordinary flavors and evolving stories of Indonesia’s culinary landscape,” says our Founder & Director Janet DeNeefe. For the third installment of our Local Heroes Series, we speak to Ayu Sudana, Managing Partner of Bali Beans in Badung, Bali.

Read More »
Bali Beans listed on Foodiesfeed Magazine

Bali Beans – Foodiesfeed Magazine

Once upon a time in the misty green hills of Bali, there was a wonderful coffee farm owned by a lovely Sudana family. Please don´t be mistaken! It was not only some ordinary coffee plantation with hundreds of tourists and overgrown coffee trees. This family business is serious – their own coffee is organic and grown on 2 hectares of carefully maintained soil. Then it is thoroughly processed, roasted and brewed right in front of your eyes.

Read More »

The Ancient Wisdom: Food Forest System

A story of Mrs. Wayan Sari, a female coffee farmer from Belok Sidan Village who has dedicated her life for growing organic Bali Beans Coffee since 1981. We will look into her family collaboration and opinions in tackling the climate change with Balinese traditional values and ancient wisdoms.

Read More »

What is Direct Trade Coffee?

When Bali Beans decided to open their business right up in the mountains, on the border between Plaga and Kintamani, it seemed somewhat counter-intuitive. They are over an hour from the big coffee-drinking centres of Kuta, Canggu, Seminyak and Ubud, making distribution more complicated.

Read More »
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