A Lel Chaung

A Lel Chaung

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Roasted samples are roasted using the most suitable representative profiles.

Key Details

Processing method
Natural
Varietal
Catuai
Species

Arabica

Screen

15

85.5

SCORE

Cup score & notes

Cupper: Indochina

Description

Ripe cherries are picked and delivered to a central collection point in the village. This is then hand sorted by villagers, retaining the best cherry and removing under and over ripe fruits. The cherries are then spread out to dry on raised beds for around 17 days. Dry milling takes place through a local exporter.

Flavours

Red berries

Vanilla

Caramel

Producer Information

Shwe Taung Thu farmers group, which translates to ‘Golden Farmer’, is made up of Danu and Pa-O smallholder farmers who are producing specialty coffee in the Ywangan area of southern Shan State, in the east part of Myanmar. The group provides leadership, finance, technical assistance and market linkages for its members with the objective of bringing fairer trade conditions for its coffees.

A Lel Chaung is named after the village in which this coffee is grown, which comprises 180 member households. Each community has its own working group which is responsible for managing the processing of the coffee within each village. The focus is exclusively on producing dry naturals – the climate and terroir is particularly suited to this process, with very dry heat during the harvest season providing excellent conditions for drying.

Harvest Date

December - April 2023

Environment

Altitude

1282 m.a.s.l

Region

Southern Shan State

Location

Roasting Recommendation

Regular price £17.78 /kg
As low as: £14.71
Save: £0.00
Regular price Sale price £17.78 GBP
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  • Red Catuai
  • Natural
  • Produced by the Shwe Taung Thu ('Golden Farmer') farmers group in the Ywangan area of Southern Shan State.

In stock 38kgs

Samples

Roasted samples are roasted using the most suitable representative profiles.

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