The berries for this lot were grown on a 28 hectare Lone Star Coffee Garden plantation.
Taste profile: coffee with milk chocolate and dried fruit aroma, low acidity, dense, slightly tart body, notes of aromatic wood, prunes, spices and citrus peel on the palate and long cocoa and nuts aftertaste.
Packing options: 250 grams and 1 kilogram. We can grind coffee for any brewing method, just check the Grind checkbox and select the grind size for your brewing method.
The very fertile land, the favorable climate in the highlands of Myanmar, with warm days and cool nights, ample rainfall throughout the year and a dry season at harvest time, make this country ideal for growing coffee. Both Arabica and Robusta are grown in Myanmar. Arabica is grown in the varieties Bourbon, Caturra (red and yellow), Catuai, Katimore, Blue Mountain, SL-28, SL-34, K7 and others. Arabica is grown in the north and south of the country at altitudes of over 1000 meters above sea level in the states of Shan, Chin, Kachin, Kayah, as well as in the Mandalay and Sagaing regions. ... Robusta is grown in the low-altitude regions of Bago, Ayeyarwaddy and Kayin State.
In Myanmar, coffee is processed in a variety of ways: washed, natural and hani; the most common is the natural way of processing. The main challenges for growing coffee in Myanmar are poor infrastructure and a lack of a developed supply chain linking producers to buyers.
The berries for this lot were grown at the Lone Star Coffee Garden plantation located in the Mandalay region, Pyin Oo Lwin area. The farm is located at an altitude ranging from 1070 to 1520 meters above sea level and covers an area of 28 hectares.
The exporter of this lot isBurmese Fair Trade, developing community work on coffee production for 5 years.