ABOUT OUR HONEY PROCESS COFFEE – CITY ROAST
Carefully selected Honey Process Arabica from the Bolaven Plateau, Laos, this unique blend reveals a complex sharp taste : a strong body cup, on the edge of bitterness, underlined with elegant aroma of arabica coffee.
To delight coffee lovers’ palate, Sinouk Coffee Roasters gets hands on Lao Specialty coffee, highlighting here coffee beans processed with the Honey Process Method , also known as semi-washed, by creating a dedicated range of coffee products, comprising of different roasts .
“Honey” in coffee processing refers to the Mucilage, a syrupy and sugary substance that cover coffee beans. Mucilage is found in most fruit. The “honey treatment” occurs when the beans dry. Thereafter, fermentation takes place which adds some acidity.
ABOUT OUR EXPERTISE
Thanks to long lasting and trustful collaboration with farmers from the Bolaven Plateau, in Southern Laos, we are getting the best bean quality as the healthy coffee cherries produced are handpicked by 3 rounds, after growing on coffee tree under the ideal conditions: cool climes (1000-1200m alt.), volcanic fertile soil, shade cover. Careful post harvest processing enable us to obtain quality beans which we then roast with care to serve this Honey Process Coffee – City Roast cup in our coffee shops, Café Sinouk, as well as in many other restaurants and hotels.
Thanks to our Lao coffee expertise, we can offer you the best roasted coffee from Asia. To learn more about coffee harvesting methods and roasting processes. We also welcome all coffee lovers to visit our coffee learning house .
THIS COFFEE IS ORGANIC
Our processing follows the strict organic IFOAM requirements:
- Health: We do not use chemical fertilizers or pesticides.
- Ecology: Our objective is to respect the ecological cycles and balances in nature. For this reason, we reuse and recycle materials to improve the quality of the environment.
- Fairness: Fairness and respect for all parties, from farmers and workers to final consumers, is essential.
- Care: We want to protect the health and well-being of present and future generations as well as the environment.