Complex, Strawberry, Chamomile, Strawberry-like acidity
Khun Chang Kian village, Chiang Mai
About the Coffee
P’Chatree is a third generation farmer who grows coffee in Khun Chang Kian village, Chiang Mai. This village is known to many as one of the very first coffee plantation areas in Thailand. The first coffee research station was established here in 1968 as well. Tracking back many years ago, farmers used to only grow coffee and sell them off to mass processors. But in the past 10 years, we’ve seen a shift in the mindset of coffee farmers. They’ve started processing their own coffee, with some even experimenting with roasting techniques and opening their own cafe (like P’Chatree).
After opening his cafe, he felt he needed to learn more about coffee, so he began researching more about processing methods. He’s been processing his own coffee for three years now and his coffee even won the first prize at the Specialty Coffee Association of Thailand (SCATH) competition. P’ Chatree’s mission is to build a reputation of Khun Chang Kian village by making good coffee that he hopes will continue to win prizes from competitions and gain a lot of interest from customers.
The coffee was picked and then pulped on the next day (delayed pulping increases the sweetness of the coffee). The coffee is then dry fermented in a tank for 36-48 hours before being left to dry on a raised bed for 20 days. This long dry fermentation process helps to highlight the fruity notes of strawberry and plum in the cup.
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- Your order will be delivered by Kerry Express within 48 hours after your payment has been made. For the Black & White cold brew, the order will be delivered by Lalamove within 24 hours after your payment has been made.