China Yunnan Sampler

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Regular price $5.00

FROM THE GEEK FILE

  • PRODUCER: Li Guangyun and Li Nanuo
  • REGION: Fuyan County, Yunnan Province
  • VARIETY: Catimor
  • PROCESS: Fully Washed
  • ALTITUDE: 1,500 - 1,600 M
  • CUPPING NOTES: Clover Honey, Quince, Black Tea

Why You'll love it:
Yunnan has long been known for its fertile highlands, which produce some of the most delicate and flavorful teas in China. Now, producers have begun to utilize these lush green mountains to create rich and complex coffee with soft nut and honey flavors. 

Story of the Bean:
This paradigm-shifting selection from one of the most beautiful agricultural centers in the world establishes China as a producer of refined and dynamic coffees. Producers Li Guangyun and his wife Nanuo have accomplished this incredible breakthrough by utilizing strict quality control methods and by working closely with harvesters to ensure that only ripe and flavorful cherries are produced. The resulting cup displays a dynamic honey-like sweetness balanced by earthy tea flavors and a touch of fruit. A new coffee drinking experience that marks a new era for Chinese coffee.

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11/22/2018
pedro s.
United States

Surprise to the taste buds

I was pleasantly surprised and amazed at the taste. Never have tasted coffee like this before. I need to order some now.

AJ
11/16/2018
A J.
United States

Excellent but….

The China Yunan is very good but a bit too “light” for my taste.

A
09/25/2018
Anonymous
United States

China Yunnan

It was very acidic. I enjoyed it very much. Would I want to order it again? No it was too strong for me. If you enjoy strong coffee this is the coffee for you.

A
09/25/2018
Anonymous
United States

Yum!

Incredibly balanced. Did not know what to expect, but it reminded me of a lot of a Guji or a Yirgacheffe.