• Coffee From Kientap Vietnam
  • Coffee From Kientap Vietnam
  • Coffee From Kientap Vietnam
  • Coffee From Kientap Vietnam

Roasted Arabica Coffee Beans

£10.00

  • Type: Arabica
  • Grade: Screen 16 or 18
  • Humidity: 12,5%
  • Impurities: 0,5%
  • Black, broken bean: 2,0%
  • Moldy grain: 0,2%
  • Brown bean: 4,0%
  • Fired bean: 0,5%
  • White bead foam bean: 1,0%
  • Green bean: 2,0%
  • Packing: 250g or 500g in Doy Pack/Foil Bag/Kraft Bag
  • MOQ: 01x20DC
  • Port of loading: Cat Lai, Vietnam

 

Product Description

High-Class Vietnamese coffee with original fragrant taste and reasonable prices brings in lots of advantages in the global market. KEGO Vietnam is proud to be the LEADING COFFEE MANUFACTURER which special products are K-Cup coffee, ground coffee and coffee beans that have been exported to over 15 countries including the USA, European, Korea, Japan…

Hereafter is the list of PREMIUM QUALITY products, please contact us for details of other products.
– ROASTED ROBUSTA GRADE 1, SCREEN 16/18
– ROASTED ARABICA GRADE 1, SCREEN 16/18
– K-CUP CAPSULE COFFEE
– GROUND COFFEE

Additional Information

Reputation

Vietnam is the second largest producer in the world after Brazil.[7] The quality of the beans, however, has typically limited their marketability. Robusta coffee accounts for 97 percent of Vietnam’s total output, with 1.29 million tonnes exported in 2012, a value of USD 1.4 billion. Arabica production is expected to rise owing to the expansion of growing areas

Characteristic

To start with, arabica is generally sweeter than robusta. It has sugary overtones, which many people prefer to robusta’s sharper flavor.
In addition to an overall sweetness that robusta lacks, arabica also has more nuanced flavors than robusta. Fruity, chocolaty, nutty, and other notes are found in arabica coffees, but rarely show up in robustas.
This second difference can be attributed to the elevation that the two species grow at. Arabica, the hardier of the two species, grows at higher elevations. At these higher elevations, the climate is harsher and plants grow slower. The plant’s slower growth produces more refined flavours once its beans are processed, roasted and ground.
Third, arabica has about half as much caffeine as robusta. A natural pesticide, caffeine helps fend off disease and pests, but it also tastes bitter. Thus, robusta is the hardier species in some respects, but also produces a harsher-tasting beverage.

Material sources

– Central Highlands: Lam Dong, Buon Me Thuot

Main export markets

EU, Russian, US, Japan and so on