Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans – S18, S16

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Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans - S18, S16

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$2,250.00

  • Variety: Liberica
  • Region: Kon Tum, Quang Tri, Lam Dong
  • Elevation: 800m
  • Processing: DRY PROCESSING
  • Ripe Rate: 90%-95%
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Dear Helena Coffee Vietnam, Thanks to your company and the excellent service and coffee beans provided by your delightful employees. All our customers enjoyed your coffee beans with Honey Processing and Fully Washed. I would love to recommend your company to anyone who needs a coffee supplier in the future. Sincerely!
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Hi Helena Coffee, I want you to know how much I appreciate the excellent service and green coffee beans you provided on the last shipment. Your attention to detail, great communication skills, and ready smile made the experience even better than I expected. I won't hesitate to bring future clients to your establishment. If I can put in a good word for you with the Import and Export manager, don't hesitate to ask. Your happy customer!
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Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans – S18, S16 – Liberica coffee has extraordinary characteristics and flavor. Golden, shiny coffee beans are wonderful, with a faint scent similar to jackfruit. Roasted coffee beans smell like dried jackfruit, so they are often mixed with coffee and tea to create flavor.

When mixed, it creates a faint aroma, especially the cherries’ sour taste, creating a refreshing feeling. Jackfruit coffee (cherry) is suitable for women’s preferences because the blend of smell and taste creates a feeling of rustic, noble, and deeply intertwined.

This is a coffee line that suits European tastes, European-style instant coffees often have a high proportion of jackfruit coffee, so they often have a characteristic sour taste.

Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans – A special kind of coffee


Coffee Jackfruit (Cherry) or Liberian coffee (two-part nomenclature:  Coffea liberica, synonym  Coffea Excelsa) belongs to the family of Cacao. The tree is 2m -5m tall. Stems, leaves, and fruits are significant and different from coffee. Due to the large, dark green leaves, it looks like a jackfruit tree, so it is called jackfruit coffee.

Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans
Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans

The tree is drought tolerant and requires little water, so it is often planted in a wide range. Due to its drought-resistant characteristics and high resistance to pests and diseases, jackfruit coffee is currently used as a rootstock for other types of coffee, which is very popular with gardeners.

In Vietnam, crops are mainly grown in provinces such as Nghe An, Quang Tri, Gia Lai, and Kon Tum, which have suitable conditions for developing industrial crops but are not entirely favorable for coffee development. This is also why Dak Lak and especially Buon Ma Thuot are considered the capital of coffee, but there is a tiny area to grow this coffee.

Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans
Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans

In the Central Highlands, Liberica coffee often blooms and is harvested later than other coffee species due to the characteristic that it blooms thanks to rainwater. The fruit is harvested after other coffee species in the 12th lunar month finished harvesting, the output of jackfruit coffee is not large, the yield is poor, and the taste is sour, so jackfruit coffee is not favored and grown in the area. The tree is usually planted as a pure species or as a windbreak for the coffee plots, usually planted in rows with a distance of 5-7m per tree.

Jackfruit coffee has exceptional characteristics and flavor. Golden, shiny coffee beans are lovely, with a faint scent similar to jackfruit. Roasted coffee beans smell like dried jackfruit, so they are often mixed with coffee and tea to create flavor.

When mixed, it creates a faint aroma, especially the cherries’ sour taste, creating a refreshing feeling. Jackfruit coffee (cherry) is suitable for women’s preferences because the blend of smell and taste creates a feeling of rustic, noble, and deeply intertwined. This is a coffee line that suits European tastes, European-style instant coffees often have a high proportion of jackfruit coffee, so they often have a characteristic sour taste.


Where to buy Liberica coffee?


With many years of experience in production, processing, and quality management, Helena Coffee Vietnam is proud to be a reasonably priced supplier of high-quality and stable Jackfruit (Liberica) coffee.

The successful construction of a closed model from the stage of collection, selection, and preliminary processing to the stage of operation, supply, and distribution of products; helped Helena Coffee Vietnam optimize the quality control process and product stability; This makes the products that Helena Coffee Vietnam provides to customers at an excellent price with very high quality.

Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans
Vietnam Liberica Coffee Beans

This line has an exceptional flavor that, if mixed, will create excellent post-sour coffee products at a low price. Currently, Helena Coffee Vietnam offers two lines of green coffee related to this product, which are Jackfruit (Liberica) type 1 (organic) and Jackfruit coffee (Liberica) type 2 (general). If you are interested, please get in touch with us to learn more about these lines!


Description of product information Liberica coffee dry processing


Variety Liberia
Region Kon Tum, Quang Tri, Lam Dong
Elevation 800m
Processing DRY PROCESSING
Ripe Rate 90%-95%
Moisture 12.5%
Foreign Matter 0.1%
Black (Black) 0.1%
Break (Break) 0.5%
Rate on Sieve 90%
Bean size (Sieve) S16, S18
Season  Yearly
Packing (Packing) 60kg/bag

Certifications

Rainforest Alliance Certified
Fairtrade Cetified
USDA Certified

About Vietnam Robusta

In the global coffee market, Vietnam is the leading exporter of Robusta coffee. Robusta coffee is grown in approximately 90% of Vietnam’s coffee fields, primarily in the Central Highlands provinces of Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong, and Lam Dong.

In addition, several midland locations such as Vung Tau and Dong Nai grow this type of coffee, which produces a high yield. Pleiku, Ayun Pa, Buon Ho, Buon Ma Thuot, and other well-known Robusta coffee-growing regions… The most renowned of these is Buon Ma Thuot, which is known as Vietnam’s coffee capital.

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Attitude

With the characteristics of red basalt soil soil, at an altitude of about 500m – 600m above sea level and cool climate with lots of rain, the Central Highlands is very suitable for Robusta coffee and over hundreds of years, Robusta coffee here has been grown. become famous. The general characteristics of Central Highlands coffee are strong caffeine content, bold taste, and less acidity, but each region offers a different taste. Sometimes it is the greasy taste of butter, oil or caramel, sometimes it is the taste of the sun, the highland wind…

Attitude of coffee

Environment

Precipitation, temperature, and humidity have a lot of say in a coffee’s maturation, overall flavor, and quality. Many coffee-producing countries are either primed for growing success or use alternative methods to improve their ecosystem.

Precipitation

500m – 800m

Temperature

17℃

Humidity

71%

Processing

A coffee’s process describes how the seed (aka the coffee bean) is separated from the coffee cherry. Popular methods include washed, dry, and honey, but there are many other processes that put special emphasis on different aspects of these methods.

Washed

Fully Washed

Dried

Sun-dried

Natural

Fully Washed

Timeline

Harvest and export times are based off when a particular coffee will be at its peak quality. Cherries picked at the start of the harvest season tend to be underdeveloped, and those picked at the end are often overdeveloped, so producers aim for that sweet

Harvest
Oct – Apr
Export

Dec – Sept

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Dak Lak Viet Nam

Dak Lak Province in the Central Highlands of Vietnam is called the “capital” of Vietnamese coffee because there are boundless green coffee fields on the local basaltic hills which are always full of wind and sunshine. The area is known for many coffee brands, which are not only famous at home, but also exported to more than 80 countries and territories throughout the world.

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