Dark Chocolate, Navel Orange, Dates, Hazelnut
Lam Dong Province, Southern Central Highlands
1550 - 1750m
Catimor, Bourbon Types, Typica
A BIT ABOUT THIS COFFEE
With only a small amount produced each year, we're proud to bring this uniquely delicious coffee from a lesser-known specialty coffee growing region. Sourced direct from a small, 100% farmer-owned cooperative in the fertile growing regions of South-Central Vietnam.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
A crowd pleaser, This coffee packs A LOT of flavour. Zesty body, lively acidity and chocolatey sweetness, add milk and expect a delightful jaffa-toned cup. This coffee has something for everyone, not only is it an opportunity to taste a super rare coffee from a lesser-known growing region, but it also tastes delicious. If you like dark chocolate with some juicy sweetness then this coffee is for you.
HOW TO BREW
We love it as: Stovetop (but really it’s a good all rounder)
Also good as: Espresso, Plunger, Aeropress
Brewing espresso? Try: 20g Dose 42g Yield Time 27-31 seconds
This coffee represents a rare opportunity to showcase the potential of Vietnamese specialty coffee built on the foundation of creating a sustainable, viable farming future.
Pat and Tam and their cooperative of K'Ho families have worked hard for many years to improve all aspects of growing, harvesting, and processing their coffee. Empowered, they have been able to break away from the 'commodity coffee' poverty cycle and produce an exceptionally high-quality product.
Over the past 6 or so years, we've developed trust through an ongoing relationship and we've all benefited from working closely together. We've been able to pitch in when a fire damaged their homes and business and fundraise for new equipment to help them improve processing.
For our company, this relationship represents everything we hope to stand for. The K'Ho was the very first coffee we imported. We started with just one humble pallet and we now pre-purchase close to the entirety of their harvest.
Every year gets better and better - stay on this one!
Old Quarter Size Guide
Not sure how much coffee to purchase? The information below is a guide to how much coffee you will need to last you two weeks, based on the number of cups you, or your household, drink each day.
- 250g Bag: 1-2 cups per day
- 500g Bag: 2-3 cups per day
- 1kg Bag: 4-5 cups per day
Remember that espresso style extractions use a bit more coffee than filter...you'll need to take half a cup or so off the estimations above. E.g. you'll get about 1.5 cups per day if you order the 250g bag for a fortnight.
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I've enjoyed the Baristas Choice Coffee Subscription in Melbourne during 2021 - OQCM's coffee is first rate, the variety is interesting & unique, the business model; inspiring. Subscription service was above & beyond - Amelia went out of her way to provide excellent, friendly customer service. 10/10 would recommend!” Tiffany Smith - Google
”I've been buying this coffee for 2 years now and it's honestly the best coffee I've had so far. The Vietnam K'Ho is definitely my fave but all their coffees are bloody delicious. I was a little late placing my orders sometimes so now I order through their subscription service which is super convenient, plus saves me paying for shipping! 10/10 recommend to anyone who loves coffee.” Beatrice Eichler - Google
OMG if you haven’t tried this coffee yet you need too. How refreshing is it to drink coffee that hasn’t been over roasted and you can taste all the individual flavours of each bean? I’m hooked. Knowing it’s ethically sourced makes it taste even better.
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