Yunnan Coffee Products
Yunnan, always known for its excellent tea, such as Puer Tea, has now become home to another of the world’s most popular drinks: coffee. In terms of Chinese Coffee, it mainly refers to Yunnan Coffee. The number of coffee drinkers in China is growing rapidly every day, especially among the younger generation.
Coffee Products in Yunnan
ManLao River Coffee is a local professional coffee roaster in Kunming, providing roasted coffee for cafes and home-delivered coffee for family consumption. The company started its poverty alleviation project in Yunnan’s Pu ‘er region and has grown stronger. It has cooperated with many coffee producers to improve the quality of coffee, develop the market and gain international recognition. Through a partnership with Yunnan Agricultural University, ManLao River has invested in research and development from farms to cups to improve the science of coffee production in China.
According to Records of Simao Region and Records of Simao County, in 1956, Jiangcheng Hani and Yi Autonomous County established a coffee farm in Manlaojie and introduced small coffee varieties for cultivation. At present, Pu ‘er City has become the largest coffee producing area and coffee trading center in China. At present, there are 70 registered coffee enterprises in Puer city, including 12 enterprises with export qualification and 42 dehulling and processing plants.
Yunnan Fuyan coffee from Kingdom Bean Coffee Roastery is an exceptionally rich and smooth coffee produced by highland peoples in Yunnan, China! This very special Arabica coffee is grown under a canopy of shade over 1,600 masl and fully washed during its careful processing. The result is a delicious medium-light roasted coffee with an amazing texture and delightful flavor!
In Yunnan coffee for Urban Dwellers, the bag said it was baked by a real coffee roaster in Richmond, Virginia. Looking back on some of their past coffees, they are very popular. This kind of coffee is handled by professionals, which is great! Drinking coffee for career is one thing, but drinking coffee for the sake of not ignoring the career of coffee lovers is better. The coffee of Urban Dwellers also comes from Pu ‘er, and the planting area is about 1600-1650 milliliters. Urban residents bring us the flavor of “cocoa and mild dried nuts, as well as peach/stone fruit, caramel, kiwi fruit and tomato.”
Travel Tips for Yunnan Coffee
Yunnan has long been known for growing high-quality black tea. But in the past few years, traders, roasters, cafe owners and connoisseurs are discovering that Yunnan is also a source of coffee beans noted for their sweet flavor. Growing affluence and a young market attuned to Western trends have created a cafe culture in what was once a predominantly tea-drinking country. The Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks has over 3,000 outlets across China. Other international and homegrown cafes are following Starbucks, hoping to cash in on the lucrative cafe market.
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