Dung K'No, VietnamRegular price £10.05
Although coffee was introduced to Vietnam in the 1800s, its commercial surge only took off around the mid-1980s. Pivotal administrative reforms propelled Vietnam from holding a modest 1% share in global coffee trade to its position as the second-largest producing nation in the world. While this rapid ascent prioritised volume over quality, with Robusta reigning supreme, the varieties of Arabica species remain less common in the region and are sought after as a treasured rarity.
Through continuous training in superior agricultural practices, around 500 families in the Dung K’No commune, for whom coffee farming is often the sole source of cash earnings, have been able to elevate their coffee's quality. We're thrilled to share this top-notch lot with you.
Expect tasting notes of toffee apple, sugar cane, black tea.
Recommended brew methods:
Espresso, cafetiere, Aeropress, stovetop