Arrow Artboard Created with Sketch. Artboard Created with Sketch. Title Chevron Title Chevron Icon Facebook Icon Linkedin Icon Mail Contact Path Layer Icon Mail Positive Arrow Icon Print Life Traditional Indonesian herbal tonic meets modern-day barista A drink made with turmeric, ginger and island spices catches on in Jakarta A barista prepares an ancient elixir in a Jakarta cafe that is winning over some of the capital's health-conscious corporate warriors.
JUN SUZUKI, Nikkei staff writer March 20, 2019 12:29 JST | Indonesia
JAKARTA -- A traditional medicine once pushed to the brink of oblivion by its modern-day usurpers has been given a second life -- as a tonic for health-conscious Indonesians.
Jamu is a mixture of turmeric, ginger and a variety of spices found all over the sprawling archipelago. It is consumed as a beverage. Take your reading anywhere with offline reading functions Never miss a story with breaking news alerts Customize your reading experience
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