Indonesian Snacks DKI Jakarta
As a traditional spice herb, herbal medicine from generation to generation has been believed by the Indonesian people as a potion for health. The term “jamu” comes from the ancient Javanese language, namely “jampi” which means mantra/prayer, and “oesodo” which means health. The term Acaraki comes from the Madhawapura inscription, an inscription containing records of professions. Written in it about the title Abhasana for clothes makers, Angawari as a pot maker, and Acaraki as a herbal concoction. To preserve Indonesian culture, Acaraki is here to reintroduce the value of herbal medicine in people’s lives. By adapting coffee, tea, and matcha, Acaraki strives to present herbal medicine from a different point of view.