Cup testing our new crop including, arabica- typica, yellow bourbon, extended fermentation, honey process and natural process with visitors from France, Japan, Australia, Germany and USA.
VIETNAM NEWS- The first Vietnamese Coffee Day opened on Sunday at the Lam Vien Square in Da Lat, aiming to boost productivity and quality while adding value to homegrown beans.
Le Quoc Doanh, deputy minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, said at the opening ceremony that coffee was among Viẹt Nam’s key products, accounting for a large proportion of the country’s exports.
It has contributed significantly to the nation’s poverty alleviation efforts in particular and socio-economic development in general, especially for the people in the Central Highlands, he said.
Pham S, Vice Chairman of Lam Dong Province, where Dà Lạt is located, said that development of the coffee industry has brought thousands of jobs for people in the Central Highlands.
We are harvesting our arabica cherries from the 2017 season. So look out, our new coffee selection is coming soon...
Lang Biang isn't just a mountain where we grow our coffee, it's the setting of K'ho legend. The story begins where all good stories do, with a boy, K'lang, and a girl, Ho Biang, deeply in love. The spark was first struck when he rescued her from a pack of wolves. Although they wanted to marry, there was a problem, their families were in the middle of a fierce, unresolvable feud. Marriage was out of the question.
At this point the story splits into two equally tragic versions. In the first, they eloped and lived on Lang Biang mountain. After a few blissful years together, Ho Biang became ill, and desperate to save her, K'lang carried her to her tribe for help. Instead, they shot poisoned arrows. Ho Biang was hit shielding K'lang from the arrows, and died. In his grief, K'lang shed so many tears a stream formed, the Dankia (golden stream), and can still be seen today. The second version is hardly more uplifting, unable to marry, they commit suicide.
Their deaths were not in vain. In both versions, Ho Biang's father united the tribes into one, creating the K'ho tribe. One happy consequence was that intermarriage was no longer a problem with everyone in the same tribe. The graves of Ho Biang and K'lang grew into two mountains, forming the Lang Biang mountain range.
The Lang Biang range has the two highest peaks in the Lam Vien highlands: Lang Biang (2,167 m) and Bidoup Ban (2,287 m), also known as the 'roof of Dalat'. Both peaks offer a spectacular view of the city of Dalat and the lush surrounding valleys.
We love our coffee here in Vietnam! And at Pasteur Street we love our Coffee Porter! Brewed with beans from our friends at K'Ho Coffee - try it at all of our tap rooms or at many fine bars, hotels, and restaurants around the country!
Chúng tôi rất yêu Cà phê tại Việt Nam! Và tại Pasteur Street, chúng dành tình yêu đó cho Coffee Porter! Được nấu với hạt Cà phê từ những người bạn tại K'Ho Coffee - Hãy nếm thử hương vị của Coffee Porter tại các tap room của chúng tôi hoặc ở một số quầy bar, khách sạn và nhà hàng trên khắp đất nước Việt Nam!
An incredible photo by Réhahn Photography shows who we work with and for. Thank you! "This lady from the Co Ho (or K'Ho) ethnic group is 90 years old. She used to drink 2 coffees per day and has worked for over 40 years in the plantation. She still helps her community every year."
Bàn tay ta làm nên tất cả, có sức người sỏi đá cũng thành cơm! The stories behind the best cups of coffee originate from those who works really hard. Câu chuyện đằng sau những ly cà phê ngon là những người nông dân luôn cần cù mệt mài siêng năng làm lụng. "Hands to do it all".
A sustainable production system maximizes profit for the farmer by increasing efficiency. Intercropping cocoa with cashew trees provides another income source for the farmer, while maximizing space and water use. This is an example of agroforestry, which when done right uses land in a more diverse, productive, profitable, healthy, ecologically sound way.
Believe it or not, this is "chocolate". It takes 7 to 14 these cocoa pods to produce one pound of dry cocoa beans used to create the sweet treat we know and love.