Our Expertise

“MASTERING QUALITY”

Throughout the whole Coffee Value Chain

Coffee Planting

All the green beans come from our own plantation and its neighboring farmers upon the Bolavens Plateau. It’s 1000 high altitude cool climate, good rainfall throughout the year plus a volcanic fertile and organic soil guarantee optimal conditions for growing coffee. Moreover, the shade cover of all our coffee fields allows a longer ripening time for the cherries, thus optimizing their perfect shape and weight. As soon as the rains stop in mid-October, the hand picking cropping work begins combined with highest care in selection and election of the best ripe cherries, and then skillful processing method makes us obtain the best quality of fully washed arabica green beans.

Coffee Trading​

We process high quality green beans to supply mainly our own roasting needs. Such high quality beans, yet, are demanded by worldwide coffee connoisseurs.

Coffee Roasting

The roasting process conducted by our years-trained experience master roaster, is critical. The combination of the best quality of beans, the performance of our roasting machine : time control, temperature and skill of our craft man, defines the outstanding quality of Sinouk Coffee. The final blending is the result of our ultimate know how. Every day we roast and serve our very fresh coffee to our coffee shops and distribution network.

Coffee Shops​

Featuring a strong common corporate identity and concept, the network of our coffee shops is expanding to make Café Sinouk brand name more and more present and visible in the market. In a cosy and French touch ambiance, guests can enjoy classic and home-crafted recipes of homegrown freshly roasted coffee, served alongside with fine bakes, cakes and Cafe Bistrot style international food.

Coffee Tourism​

Sinouk Coffee has two arms of coffee tourism—Sinouk Coffee Resort and Sinouk Coffee Pavilion. Located on the Bolaven Plateau in Southern Laos, the Resort is the perfect basecamp for learning all about coffee through our guided plantation tour and coffee gallery, and soon a full experience with coffee cupping. At the Pavilion, known as the Coffee Learning House in Vientiane, we educate tourists, students and members of the local coffee community on the history, cupping and roasting of coffee. We are active contributors in the tourism industry and are dedicated to transforming Laos into a coffee tourism destination.

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