Man Making Some Coffee With A Fabric Filter

Man making some coffee with a fabric filter
Shot near Fatahillah Square in Jakarta, Indonesia tetsuOzawa

Indonesia is one of the major coffee bean producers in the world

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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PHOTO DATA

No

11532

Shooting Date

Jan 2020

Posted On

May 19, 2020

Place

Jakarta, Indonesia

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SONY ALPHA 7R II

Lens

ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF

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