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Vietnam Da Lat Microlot - 500g

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£ 9.85

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95% of the coffee produced in Vietnam - who have overtaken Colombia to become the 2nd highest coffee producer in the world - is Robusta with only 5% Arabica. This is therefore a very special and unusual microlot that comes from 34 smallholder Arabica producers living within the Central Highlands of Vietnam. All of these producers live within the Da Lat District of Vietnam’s Lam Dong province and farm on small plots of land ranging from 1,352 to 1,605 metres above sea level. Vietnam is a new origin for us, and we are proud to be investing in sustainably grown and priced specialty-grade Arabica in a region with great potential for the future.

Surprisingly sweet & clean for a coffee from the region, with a rich sweet tobacco and spicy dates character with a good mouthfeel and sweet finish. When cupped blind it stood up extremely well against the Central American coffees, which is very impressive.

 

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95% of the coffee produced in Vietnam - who have overtaken Colombia to become the 2nd highest coffee producer in the world - is Robusta with only 5% Arabica. This is therefore a very special and unusual microlot that comes from 34 smallholder Arabica producers living within the Central Highlands of Vietnam. All of these producers live within the Da Lat District of Vietnam’s Lam Dong province and farm on small plots of land ranging from 1,352 to 1,605 metres above sea level. Vietnam is a new origin for us, and we are proud to be investing in sustainably grown and priced specialty-grade Arabica in a region with great potential for the future.

Farmers who produce this coffee have received extensive training on improving all aspects of their production, from cultivation to business practices. All data regarding cultivation is entered on a regular basis into ‘farmers’ field books’, which are reviewed and discussed regularly with a field advisor and specialist. In the end of the year, the data is analysed and feedback is given to each farmer in farmers’ field schools, so that producers are able to more accurately complete cost-benefit analyses and better understand and implement the necessary steps to continue improving their production. This exceptionally rigorous approach to training and production practices (virtually unheard of elsewhere n the country) has resulted in an exceptional coffee that whispers of great things to come from this origin.

Surprisingly sweet & clean for a coffee from the region, with a rich sweet tobacco and spicy dates character with a good mouthfeel and sweet finish. When cupped blind it stood up extremely well against the Central American coffees, which is very impressive.

 

Price shown per 500g

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