The Lady Coffee
€10,90 incl VAT
This is why we decided to promote this coffee only after having personally met, through calls and mails, Thi Ha Gyawalie and Su Nandar Linn, the two young people who carry on this project. For them, being able to sell their coffees directly abroad, without intermediaries, means giving hope and a perspective to all the women of the Ywangan region.
Let’s get back to talking about Burmese coffee. What we’re introducing here on Caffèlab is the only one of three batches produced this year to be processed with a particular Honey method which also provides for a carbonic maceration of the fruits.
After 48 hours of fermentation, the saturated water creates foam which begins to come out of the valve; this is the moment that indicates the end of fermentation. The cherries are then sent to the pulping plant where 75% of the mucilage is removed from the beans, which at this point is ready for drying in 12/14 days. In the cup we find citrus and sweet dried fruit hints reminiscent of nougat. Malic acidity is well balanced by sweetness and good body.