Yunnan has always known for its excellent Puer tea, has now become home to another of the world's most popular: coffee. Yunnan produces more than 95% of China's coffee beans, most are for export.
The typical layout of a coffee farm in Yunnan consists of 5,000 coffee trees per hectare, grown in full sun & plantation style. Farmers mainly use washed method in this region.
This coffee is bold as love. A straight 72% dark chocolate & lovely toasted almond finish. It makes a deep toned espresso, great for latte & cappuccino too!
Brewing Recipe :
Filter 18g of coffee to 230ml of water 2-3 minutes, 93ºc brewing temperature
Espresso 18g of coffee yield to 23g of espresso 25 - 35 seconds
Roasted on 1st of January Ground Pack, 50g, 250g pack coffee ship in 1-2 working days 1kg Pack ships within 3 - 5 working days
Hsien Chang Y.
Full bodied, aromatically fragrant to the extent it perks you up during your first sip. Forget all the hype about Colombian or Hawaiian or Taiwanese coffee, try the down to earth Yunnan coffee to experience a truly unforgettable early in the morning wake you up coffee.
rich coffee taste that makes a cup of my favorite latte..
These beans give a slightly tea-like taste, and i enjoy it very much. Not much acidity , and there is a hint of puer fragrance in the aftertaste. enjoy it!
Very good taste for rest....
The coffee is not one of my preferred. It lacks the body and have a bland aftertaste. Brewing method is important for this bean. After a few tries with different dripper, I find the Kalita wave method works best.
Nice aroma, freshly roasted. I like the aftertaste as well. =)
Yet Lai L.
Didn’t know that Yunnan is growing coffee too. It’s a good cup! Like it.
Pui Yee L.
I was expecting this to be bolder but it’s not, which is good. A good refreshing change.
Get Updates from Bean Shipper
Sign up to get the latest stories about coffee, brewing tips and more..