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Thailand Pangkhon Village (Natural)

Thailand Pangkhon Village (Natural)

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Description

The mountain village of Pangkhon is located in Thailand’s northernmost province Chiang Rai. Sharing a border with Myanmar and Laos, in the Golden Triangle, once the most extensive opium-producing region in the world. Following the opium cultivation ban, Chiang Rai gradually transformed into a tourist destination famous for its mountains full of vegetation, fruit and nuts. With an abundance of verdant forests and nourishment supplied by the Mekong and Sai rivers, Chiang Rai possesses a highly diverse ecosystem which is an especially ideal location for growing coffee. The Arabica coffee grown in the region has earned the praise of connoisseurs over the world in recent years.

Origin: Pangkhon Village, Chiang Rai, Thailand

Type: Arabica

Varietal: Heirloom

Process: Natural

Roast: Medium Light

Tasting notes: Smooth mouthfeel, notes of cherry and plum, pleasant winey aroma. Sweet cane sugar finish and a hint of spice. 

Preparation & brewing: Ground just prior to brewing. Use pour-over equipment and freshly boiled water (90° C).

Storage: Store in a cool, dry, airtight container. Once opened, best consumed within 2 weeks.


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