- Vietnamese Grade A high-altitude beans
- Whole bean coffee
- Smooth, low-acid, chocolate notes
- Dry air-roasted, vegan, pure coffee
- Perfect for cafe sua da, drip coffee, press and espresso
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This tiny, round-shaped bean is superb in body and flavor, partly due to wet processing and honey processing that brings out the fabulous chocolate, vanilla, nutty tones and aromatics that makes this a truly gourmet delight. Low in acid but bright in flavor, with smooth, full body and a distinctly Vietnamese roasting style, this is a unique coffee that will give enjoyment on many levels. Delicious served either American style or Vietnamese style (brewed with a Phin and served with sweetened condensed milk).
Our coffee medium roast whole bean coffee is made with high quality 100% Arabica beans,.....
.........expertly roasted and immediately packed for freshness. Full-bodied with a smooth finish, this well balanced cup has a subtle citrus aroma and hints of cocoa and brown sugar
Get the perfect grind and the freshest flavor by grinding whole beans just before brewing
Bourbon ( Arabica coffee Cầu Dất ) is the most famous of the Bourbon-descended varieties
Bourbon ( Arabica coffee ) is the most famous of the Bourbon-descended varieties . It is a tall variety characterized by relatively low production, susceptibility to the major diseases, and excellent cup quality.
French missionaries introduced Bourbon ( Arabica Coffee ) from Yemen to Bourbon Island (now La Réunion)—giving it the name it has today—in the early 1700s. Until the mid-19th century, Bourbon did not leave the island. But beginning in the mid-1800s, the variety spread to new parts of the world as the missionaries moved to establish footholds in Africa and the Americas.
The Bourbon variety was introduced to Brazil around 1860, and from there rapidly spread north into other parts of South ,Central America, and Đà Lạt ,Việt nam ( Arabica coffee Cầu đất ) where it is still cultivated today. Here it became mixed with other Bourbon-related varieties, introduced from India as well as Ethiopian landraces. Nowadays, there are many Bourbon-like varieties found in East Africa, but none exactly match the distinct Bourbon variety that can be found in Latin America.
Today in Latin America, Bourbon itself has largely been replaced by varieties that descend from it (notably including Caturra, Catuai, and Mundo Novo), although Bourbon itself it is still cultivated in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru and Viet Nam ( Arabica Cầu Dất _ Dà Lạt Việt Nam)
Differing from the typical flavor profiles of African coffees, Arabica coffee Cầu đất , Việt nam offers complex and unusual tastes that are unique to their regional origins. We highly recommend trying each of our exceptional coffees to find your perfect cup!