K'Ho Coffee

Community Coffee

K'ho Coffee is a cooperative of K'ho families sustainably growing high-quality arabica coffee on Langbiang Mountain, Dalat Vietnam. 

Vlog by A Daring Affair

Learn about arabica coffee in Da Lat and why it is so important to the K'Ho minority. Our little adventure to this coffee farm turned out to be more fun than one could imagine.

While traveling through the central highlands of Vietnam, we spent a few days in Da Lat. Here, you will find the country side covered in plantations of flowers, tea, and coffee to mention but a few. When we heard about K'Ho Coffee and its practice to include the community in creating sustainable methods of farming, we knew this was the coffee farm for us.

The coffee was fantastic, rich in flavor and it had an aroma that made your taste buds scream for more. The bamboo coffee shack where you can enjoy a freshly roasted cup is hidden behind the main building, surrounded by coffee trees. The perfect setting!

The farm is based at the foothill of Langbiang. It is surrounded by lush green hills, littered with coffee trees, cabbages, and other plantations. From the top of the farm, at 1700m above sea level, the stretching view of the valley below is just epic.

Thank you to Rolan and Josh for setting up this organization and helping produce the best ethically responsible arabica coffee, that we have ever had the privilege of enjoying. Last but not least, we could not have made this video possible without the help of Dulick, the 24-year-old agricultural engineer, who guided us around the farm and shared his expertise with us. Enlightening us on coffee production and the K'Ho minority.

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This footage was shot with a GoPro Hero 3+ and Nikon D750.