Site Information

 Loading... Please wait...

Click to Zoom

Vietnamese Dalat Bourbon Arabica - New Crop!

New crop 2019! While it lasts! This in a crop from our new supplier of highland Robusta, and we took a chance on a single sack of their new Bourbon Arabica crop, sight unseen, and it is amazing. It's the most pleasing Vietnamese Bourbon we have had yet, and we hope to bring quite a bit more in when we order again... but that won't be until the end of the year. So enjoy this while you can!

Dalat has very little land at altitude high enough to grow premium Arabica, and Bourbon is the ideal species for the soil and altitude in this lower region of the Annam Highlands (today called the Central Plateau). Chocolatey, buttery, lower in acid than other Arabicas, this variety fits the preferences of Vietnamese growers since ~1900.

Bourbon Arabica beans are characterized by a roundness and mellowness of flavor that modern arabicas often lack, coupled with a balanced acidity and smooth mouthfeel. Bourbon is unique in that it matures/ripens slowly after roasting and maintains a wonderful profile that seems to age well over weeks.

8 oz bag roasted coffee, City roast (slightly lighter than Medium). Please select ground or whole bean.

$8.95
Limit 5 per order, please!
Quantity:

Customer Reviews

Write Review

This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!


Latest Blog Post

JAZ Improv Coffees


JAZ Improv Coffees : What's the Deal?

Our creative muse demands expression... this is our way of bringing more creative blending to your table (or cup). Read more...

Resources



Save On Shipping: $5 off orders > $50! $7.50 off orders > $75! Click for More Shipping Information

Featured Region


Brazil's Poços de Caldas

There is no other terroir in the world similar to the unique microclimate of Poços de Caldas, which is angled perfectly toward the sun. Poços de Caldas receives sharply divided day and night periods that begin with early morning sun full-on till 4 pm. The soil is enriched by volcanic minerals and rainforest humus. Learn more and browse Brazilian Volcano Coffees here.

Large version of a gallery thumbnail
 [X] Click anywhere to close