Tasting Notes: Melon, earthy & savory tones
Altitude: 1150 masl
The climate in Myanmar’s highlands – hot days, cool nights – lends itself well to coffee cultivation. Given the relative predictability of very, very dry and hot weather during harvest season, it is particularly well suited to natural processing, though a significant amount of washed coffee is also produced. Currently, Myanmar produces about 7,500 tons of coffee annually, 80% of which is Arabica.
This bean was grown on Green Land Farm, a plantation in the Mandalay region of Myanmar. The farm has won awards nationally for its coffee. [Atlas Coffee Importers & Green Land Coffee]