Coffees of Myanmar
In 2016, Kaldi’s Coffee was honored to be asked to participate in the first ever organized coffee buying trip to Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. Located in southeast Asia, Myanmar borders India, China, and Thailand.
Although Myanmar contains some prime growing regions, they have remained largely unknown to the specialty coffee industry. Controlled by successive military governments over the last 60 years, their industry was limited by self-imposed isolation. Over the last five years, Myanmar has transitioned towards democracy and open trade, and now their government is heavily interested in growing their burgeoning coffee industry and capitalizing on their potential for high quality Arabica coffee.
Read all about our time in Myanmar here.
Myanmar Tet Kone:
Variety: Cataui, S795, Caturra, Catimor
Processing: Natural Process
Region: Southern Shan State, Myanmar
Description: dried berries, blood orange, oaky, semi-sweet chocolate
Myanmar Green Land Farm SL-34:
Variety: SL 34
Description: Green apple, walnut, pomegranate, and honey
Myanmar Green Land Farm Costa Rica:
Variety: Costa Rica
Altitude: 1200 - 1300m
Description: Chocolate, almond, and red apple