Vietnam Coffee G1 Arabica Scr 18

Vietnam Arabica Coffee

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Very Strong
4
  • Aeropress
  • Cafetiere
  • Espresso
  • Filter
  • Turkish

Taste


A high grade Arabica from Vietnam, this medium-dark roast is strong and acidic with good body. Delivering spice and a little dryness, it is an extremely pleasant cup. We dark roast this to bring out those smoky, earthy tones. This coffee comes with a gentle warning: described as a brute of a coffee and not for the faint hearted it makes a strong espresso.


If you are interested in strong coffees look out for our Dark Roast Selection Pack which features this popular coffee.


Facts


Vietnam is the second largest coffee producer in the world although most of this is Robusta for the instant coffee and blending markets, its Arabica production is little known. The South of the country belongs to the hot and moisture tropical climate and is suitable for Robusta cultivation. The North, with cold winter and showers, is suitable for Arabica cultivation.


Coffee was introduced to Vietnam in 1857 by the French and the country slowly grew as producer of coffee in Asia. Vietnam is now the second largest coffee producer in the world after Brazil, accounting for 14.3% of the world market share. Large quantities of Robusta are grown in the tropical south of the country for the instant coffee and blending markets. Less well-known, however, is that Vietnam also produces high quality Arabicas too. The North of the country has a climate of cold winters and showers particularly suited to Arabica cultivation.


Description

Flavour Notes

Molasses - Dark Chocolate

If you are interested in strong coffees look out for our Dark Roast Selection Pack which features this popular coffee.

Facts

Vietnam is the second largest coffee producer in the world although most of this is Robusta for the instant coffee and blending markets, its Arabica production is little known. The South of the country belongs to the hot and moisture tropical climate and is suitable for Robusta cultivation. The North, with cold winter and showers, is suitable for Arabica cultivation.

Coffee was introduced to Vietnam in 1857 by the French and the country slowly grew as producer of coffee in Asia. Vietnam is now the second largest coffee producer in the world after Brazil, accounting for 14.3% of the world market share. Large quantities of Robusta are grown in the tropical south of the country for the instant coffee and blending markets. Less well-known, however, is that Vietnam also produces high quality Arabicas too. The North of the country has a climate of cold winters and showers particularly suited to Arabica cultivation.

Details

Flavour Profiles Bitter, Spicy

Delivery

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Delivery - Europe

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0-500g £7.00

501g - 1kg £9.50

1kg - 1.5kg £14.00

Delivery - USA & Canada

American and Canadian orders will be restricted to a maximum weight of 1.5kg.

Delivery is charged by weight (product + packaging) at:

0-500g £9.50

501g - 1kg £16.00

1kg - 1.5kg £23.00

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Reviews

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Ever since visiting Vietnam I've wondered why Vietnamese coffee isn't more readily available in the UK. I'm very happy to have come across the York Coffee Emporium as this G1 Arabica is awesome. Brewed using a traditional Vietnamese coffee filter (phin) it tastes brilliant. You can get other beans online but they'll often have been roasted a month or two ago, whereas the 500g bag I bought here was roasted the day I ordered it! Freshly roasted, top quality beans, real authentic flavour; what more do you need!
Solid coffee
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This is most probably my favourite coffee. Solid earthy taste goes down well at anytime of day

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