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List of Indonesian drinks

A cup of Java coffee, Javanese kopi tubruk

This is a list of Indonesian drinks. The most common and popular Indonesian drinks and beverages are teh (tea) and kopi (coffee). Indonesian households commonly serve teh manis (sweet tea) or kopi tubruk (coffee mixed with sugar and hot water and poured straight in the glass without separating out the coffee residue) to guests. Fruit juices (jus) are very popular, and hot sweet beverages can also be found, such as bajigur and bandrek.

Many popular drinks are based on ice (es) and can also be classified as desserts. Typical examples include young coconut (es kelapa muda), grass jelly (es cincau) and cendol (es cendol or es dawet). As a Muslim-majority country, Indonesian Muslims share Islamic dietary laws that prohibit alcoholic beverages. However, since ancient times, local alcoholic beverages were developed in the archipelago. According to a Chinese source, people of ancient Java drank wine made from palm sap called tuak (palm wine).

Hot beverages

Name Image Region Type Description
Bajigur Bajigur DSC 1981.jpg West Java Hot sweet drink Coconut sugar and coconut milk hot drink.
Bandrek Bandrek Bandung.JPG West Java Hot sweet drink Coconut sugar and ginger hot drink with bits of young coconut.
Java coffee
Jahe telor A drink made of ginger and raw egg. Some variants colloquially known as STMJ (Susu Telor Madu Jahe or "milk egg honey ginger").
Kembang tahu Nationwide Tofu pudding with sweet ginger soup
Kopi durian Sumatra Coffee beverage Coffee beverage mixed with durian as a replacement of sugar
Kopi hijau Tulungagung, East Java Coffee beverage
Kopi jahe Nationwide Coffee beverage Coffee beverage mixed with ginger
Kopi joss Yogyakarta Coffee beverage Unrestrained coffee beverage served with a piece of burning charcoal immersed
Kopi kasar Gresik, East Java Coffee beverage
Kopi kawa West Sumatra Coffee beverage
Kopi khop Aceh Coffee beverage
Kopi klotok Cepu, Central Java Coffee beverage
Kopi lelet Lasem, Central Java Coffee beverage
Kopi luwak Kopi Luwak Gayo, Takengon, Aceh.jpg Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi and Nusa Tenggara Coffee beverage Coffee beverage made of beans that are already digested by palm civet.
Kopi rarobang Ambon, Maluku Coffee beverage Coffee beverage mixed with spices and walnuts
Kopi sanger Aceh Coffee beverage Pulled coffee and milk
Kopi santan Blora, Central Java Coffee beverage Coffee beverage mixed with coconut milk
Kopi talua West Sumatra Coffee beverage Hot coffee beverage mixed blended egg yolk
Kopi takar Mandailing Natal, North Sumatra Coffee beverage Coffee beverage and palm sugar served with cinnamon stick and coconut cup
Kopi tarik Riau Islands Coffee beverage Pulled coffee and milk
Kopi tubruk Javanese Kopi Tubruk.jpg Java Coffee beverage Hot coffee beverage mix straight with coffee powder without straining.
Sara'ba South Sulawesi, Makasar Hot Drink A drink made of palm sugar/brown sugar and ginger. It can be mixed with coconut milk, milk or raw egg yolk.
Sekoteng Sekoteng ginger drink.JPG Chinese Indonesian, Nationwide Hot ginger drink A hot drink made of ginger, sugar and milk with peanuts, slices of bread, and pacar cina.
Serbat
Susu Telur Madu Jahe (STMJ) East Java Milk beverage A hot drink made of milk, egg yolk, honey and ginger
Teh poci Teh Poci Gula Batu.jpg Nationwide Tea beverage Hot tea served in clay teapot with large crystallized sugar.
Teh talua West Sumatra Tea beverage Mixed of hot tea and blended egg yolk.
Teh tarik Riau Islands Tea beverage Pulled sweet milk tea
Wedang jahe Wedang Jahe.jpg Central Java Ginger tea/drink Boiling fresh ginger mixed with palm oil or sugar cubes. Served hot or warm.
Wedang angsle Yogyakarta a hot soupy dessert of coconut milk with sago pearls, glutinuous rice and mung beans.
Wedang ronde Yogyakarta Hot ginger drink A hot dessert containing glutinous rice balls stuffed with peanut paste, floating in a hot and sweet ginger and lemongrass tea.
Wedang uwuh Yogyakarta

Cold beverages

Name Image Region Type Description
Bir Kocok Bogor, West Java Ginger drink Shaken ginger drink with ice
Bir Pletok Jakarta Ginger drink Shaken ginger drink with ice
Dadiah Dadiah2.jpg West Sumatra Yoghurt Traditional West Sumatran water buffalo milk yoghurt.[1]
Es buah Es Buah 2.JPG Nationwide Fruit cocktail
Es campur Es Campur.jpg Nationwide Cold dessert
Es cendol Cendol in a Glass.JPG Nationwide Sweet jelly drink Rice flour jelly with green natural coloring from pandan leaf, mixed with coconut milk, shaved ice and palm/brown sugar
Es cincau Grass jelly es cincau hijau.jpg Nationwide Jelly drink Grass jelly and shredded ice with sugar or syrup.
Es dawet Es dawet ayu banjarnegara.jpg Banjarnegara, Central Java Cold dessert
Es doger Es Doger 1.JPG Bandung, West Java Cold sweet dessert
Es goyobod
Es kelapa muda Es Kelapa Muda.JPG Nationwide Cold drink Fresh young coconut, coconut water mixed with or without syrup. Usually served intact whole fruit
Es laksmana mengamuk Riau Islands Cold dessert Fresh mango with milk.
Es puter Nationwide Cold dessert Coconut ice cream.
Es siwalan Nationwide Cold dessert Sweet and chewy palm fruit, served with basil seed and flavored syrup.
Es teh tarik Riau Islands Sweet iced tea Sweet pulled milk tea with ice
Es teler Es Teller 77.jpg Nationwide A mixed of avocado, young coconut, jack fruit, shredded iced with sweet condensed milk.
Lahang Lahang.JPG West Java Cold sweet beverage Drink made from Arenga pinnata (aren) sap
Legen East Java A drink made of Siwalan palm sap.
Liang teh Liang Teh.jpg Chinese Indonesian, Medan, North Sumatra Sweet iced tea
Teh botol Teh Botol Sosro.jpg Nationwide Sweet iced tea Bottled tea

Alcoholic beverages

Name Image Region Type Description
Anggur Nationwide Sweet wine produced by Orang Tua brand
Arrack Nationwide
Ballo South Sulawesi
Bintang Beer Bintang Beer by the Beach.jpg Nationwide Beer Local brand beer
Brem Balinese brem Eagle brand.jpg Bali Sweet alcoholic beverage Brem is made from fermented tape. Brem is a special beverage from Bali. Usually brem also present in solid form as snacks.
Cap Tikus North Sulawesi
Ciu Central Java
Cukrik Surabaya, East Java
Lapen Yogyakarta
Moke Flores
Sopi Flores
Swansrai Papua
Tuak North Sumatra

See also

References

  1. ^ Akuzawa R, Surono IS. 2002. Fermented milks of Asia. In: Encyclopaedia of dairy science. London: Academic Press. p 1045–1048

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