Java Good Day!

August 19, 2016

Feel Good Friday

To many, “Java” is just a morning cup of coffee.  But we’re here with a BREWed awakening—Java as we know it first came from Indonesia’s island of Java. And here’s a CAFE AU LAIT of the land where it all began…

The island of Java is home to HALF-CAFF of Indonesia's population. It has BEAN the center of Indonesian culture for hundreds of years and is filled with artists on their daily GRIND.

As an island filled with a whole LATTE love for the arts....

Love for the Arts

It has been known to ESPRESSO itself through batik fabric…

Batik Making

And when it comes to Javanese batiks, there is MOCHA than meets the eye!

Javanese Batiks

To celebrate this BREW-tiful island, we are COFFEE-ng up these Javanese batik fabrics on three new Indonesia Totes!

Indonesia Tote Indonesia Tote Indonesia Tote

(Shop Limited Indonesia Totes Here)

Here’s to raising our mug of Java to the island of Java and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!

Jack & Alley, Co-Founders




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