A coffee shop near Fatahillah Square was a place that brewed coffee by flannel drip

Man making some coffee with a fabric filter
Man brewing coffee with flannel drip
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I returned to Fatahillah Square again with a little disappointment by the watchtower on the port of Sunda Kelapa, which flourished during the Batavian era. There were many restaurants and cafes around the square, which has become a tourist attraction. It was convenient because I was looking for a coffee shop where I could just rest and sweat.

In Jakarta, I can find Starbucks and other coffee shops here and there, though sometimes I can't find a good coffee shop to take a break during walking around the streets. The coffee culture is firmly entrenched. As expected, Indonesia is the world's fourth-largest coffee producer after Brazil, Vietnam, and Colombia, producing 640,000 tons of coffee beans a year.

I wasn't sure which coffee shop to go to, so I went into a nearby coffee shop at random. As I placed my order, the man began busily extracting the coffee. This was a shop that would take your order and then extract the coffee with a fabric filter. He was brewing a cup of coffee with a serious look on his face.

By the way, coffee is called Kopi in Indonesia. It's a lovely word.

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May 2020 INDONESIA PEOPLE

PHOTO DATA

No

11532

Shooting Date

Jan 2020

Posted On

May 19, 2020

Modified On

September 4, 2023

Place

Jakarta, Indonesia

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SONY ALPHA 7R II

Lens

ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF

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