MĀNUKA. ORANGE BLOSSOM. MUSCATEL.
We are fervently passionate about this new coffee. Nothing but rhapsodies of praise for this arabica. Complex, aromatic and persistent flavours permeate each sip. Textural viscosity is full bodied and reminiscent of the very perfumed nectar found in coffee flowers during blossom. We literally cannot stop waxing lyrical about it.
Kyaw Hlaing is the owner of the Moe Htet Estate farm, which he runs with the
help of agronomist U Kyaw Wan He and his number two, Aung Hleing Phyo. He
has long term experience gained from working in coffee research as well as with agronomists specialising in grafting and coffee cultivation. The farm sits on the outskirts of the city of Naungcho, where the coffee plants grow under the shade of silver oak trees and macadamia trees, with erythrina used as a short-term shade solution. The blistering heat during the day is so radiant that shade growing is necessary to prevent leaf damage and the coffee cherries ripening too quickly.
Moe Htet Estate