Coffee production began in Vietnam during the French period, and despite a complicated and checkered history, the industry has blossomed as Vietnam has become one of the world’s great coffee giants, second only to Brazil.
The optimal growing conditions are found around Dalat (Đà Lạt in Vietnamese) in the southern portion of the Central Highlands. An area of coffee production for over 150 years, the arable soils and vernal climate have cultivated pockets of independent farming communities that produce high quality coffee beans.
Independent producers have been selected for their respective expertise in the production of Bourbon, Arabica and Robusta.
The resulting niche volumes are harvested only by hand and sorted within their respective communities.
This allows for maximum traceability along our short pathway from tree to cup, while the traditional connection with nature ensures low environmental impact and high levels of sustainability.
Coffee is like wine in that it appeals across a broad range of experiences and expectations.
You can become as involved with and as educated about coffee as you wish, but in the end it is there to be enjoyed.