From 1 to 5 December 2021, Indonesia Brew Week (InBreek) 2021 will be held on the Ground Floor of Senayan Park (Spark). InBreek 2021 invites the public, especially coffee and tea enthusiasts to revitalize the Indonesian coffee and tea industries, which had an impact due to the pandemic.


InBreek 2021 is held with the aim of introducing the authentic experience of sipping coffee and tea in order to regrow the coffee and tea industries in Indonesia. The organizers target that visitors who love coffee and tea can participate in seeing this event for 5 days. InBreek 2021 brings many new perspectives and inspirations for the community regarding coffee and tea. Visitors can see the history of coffee and tea in Indonesia. In fact, there will be an installation of processing machines for various varieties of coffee and tea.



In addition, there will be a talk show about coffee and tea with several international and local experts. There will be a coffee diploma and Q Arabica Grader Almira Marcelani, Tea Master Suwarni Widjaja, and Oza Sadewo.

Apart from that, there will also be a social media competition and coffee making. The winner will be invited to join the origin trip camp and get ASC certification from Almira Marcelani, a coffee diploma and a Q Arabica Grader. There will also be coffee and tea auctions for buyers and retailers.



Visitors can also enjoy a variety of tea and coffee offerings that can be enjoyed from the 22 tenants who attended this event while accompanied by musical performances. Not only that, visitors also have the opportunity to win a lucky draw every day which will be drawn at the end of the event each day.

“InBreek 2021 comes at a moment that I think is very good. After a long and quite “disruptive” pandemic for the coffee and tea industries in Indonesia, InBreek holds an event to invite coffee and tea enthusiasts to work together to regenerate this industry. Because during this pandemic, the coffee and tea industries in Indonesia is not stagnant but is evolving and adapting. They also need support from the community,” said Almira.