This Great Region has given us this refreshing coffee. To have a coffee in the morning that delivers some fruit notes yet some brown sugar (sweetness) can be the perk you need to get moving.
Acidity : High
Pear, Peach White Grape and Brown Sugar
Elevation: 1300 meters
Varietals : Kenya Sl34, Catuai, Costa Rica
Drying process: raised Beds
Harvest : Novemeber
Export : April
In Ywangan, coffees come from mostly smallholder producers, with farms no larger than two or three hectares. Ywangan is a little higher than Pyin Oo Lwin (another major producing region), with the average farm falling between 1,300 and 1,600 meters above sea level. Producers deliver their cherry to a central collections depot daily, where their lots are inspected, graded, and sorted before purchasing. After lots are sorted, they’re sent further along to Pyin Oo Lwin for processing and preparation for export.