THE HISTORY OF THE COFFEE TREE IN VIETNAM (coffees flavor)
Coffee trees were introduced to Vietnam by missionaries in 1857 and were first planted in Ha Nam province, Bo Trach province, and Quang Tri province. Here were planted the first coffee trees (scientific name Arabica). According to (source), the name coffee is derived from the French word “Café.” Following the shifting cultivation method, French colonialists invaded our country in 1865 and established many coffee plantations in the northern midlands, such as Nhu Xuan and Son Tay (Swimming is a phenomenon where people often change their crops). Change of residence and farming, nomadic life, primarily ethnic minorities in Vietnam’s territory and throughout the world).
To replace tea coffee, France introduced two new types of coffee into Vietnam in 1908: Voi coffee (scientific name C.Robusta) and jackfruit coffee (scientific name C.excelsa Chari) (named in 1908). Arabica (scientific name) has a low yield and is not suitable for the soil in this region. Coffee trees were planted on a large scale beginning in 1937 and spreading throughout the provinces. Because of the appropriate soil and climate, the Central Highlands has become the capital of coffee trees.
According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs, processed coffee exports will reach USD 569.46 million in 2021, up 2.9 percent from 2020. Vietnam exports processed coffee to over 100 countries and regions. Land on the planet The main markets for Vietnamese processed coffee are ASEAN, Europe, China, and the United States.
Helena coffee: The origin determines the quality of the beans
Helena’s product lines
We specialize in two main coffee lines, Robusta and Arabica, with product lines divided by main processing methods such as honey, thoroughly washed, and natural. In addition, we have other coffee products in different categories, such as:
- Peaberry: This coffee variety includes Arabica and Robusta varieties. Culi, on the other hand, is a collection of mutated coffee beans when there is only one coffee bean in each cup.
- Bourbon: one of the world’s most genetically significant C. arabica coffee varieties.
- Cartimor: This coffee bean is a cross between Timor and Caturra, widely grown in Central America, South America, and Asia.
Origin of Helena green coffee
Helena chose each coffee variety and type from DAK LAK and Lam Dong, two major coffee-growing provinces in the Central Highlands.
The Central Highlands is Vietnam’s coffee headquarters, with places like Cau Dat, Nui Min, Tram Hanh (Lam Dong), and especially Buon Ma Thuot (Dak Lak) – the world’s world’s leading Robusta coffee producer. This Central Highlands strip, also known as the Central Highlands, is fortunate to be endowed with rich basaltic red soil (2 million hectares, accounting for 60% of the country’s basalt soil), good mechanical properties, and the ability to retain moisture. The pellet structure has an average porosity of 62-65 percent, resulting in high water and nutrient absorption. Furthermore, these plateaus are 500-600 m above sea level and have a cool, rainy climate. As a result, it is ideal for Robusta coffee and a few other industrial crops. Highland coffee is known for its high caffeine content, bold flavor, low acidity, the smooth taste of butter, oil, or caramel, and the taste of sunshine and highland wind. ….
Robusta – Buon Ma Thuot City (DALK LAK)
Buon Ma Thuot – Daklak is Vietnam’s early coffee region. Before that, the French conducted an extensive survey of soil, climate, altitude, ancient alluvial layer, etc. They chose Buon Ma Thuot as a location to specialize in Robusta coffee, using Buon Ma Thuot as the center within a radius. Robusta coffee production is within 10 kilometers of Ea Kao, Etam, Tan Lap, Tan Hoa, Tan An, Tan Loi, Cu Ebur, and some other districts. Robusta is the most popular coffee in this region. As one of the province’s eight first-class cities, it is also a strategic city, essential for national security and defense, so Buon Ma Thuot has received much attention and investment from the state to develop the infrastructure. The country’s leading Robusta coffee production contributes to Vietnam’s coffee export output reaching the number one position in the world and providing a coffee product of the highest quality and most distinct flavor. As a result, Buon Ma Thuot is the “coffee capital.”
Arabica – Lam Dong
Despite being in the same Central Highlands region, Cau Dat, Nui Min, and Tram Hanh coffees from Lam Dong province are distinct. Arabica coffee’s seductive aroma is well-known throughout the world. These Lam Dong lands, at an elevation of over 1,500 m above sea level, with many gently sloping hills and a cool climate, are excellent and ideal places for Arabica varieties to grow and produce. The finest coffee beans on the planet. Cau Dat coffee, in particular, is known as the “Queen” of coffees due to its distinctive aroma and quality, which is ranked second-best in the world.
Quality of Helena coffee beans
Helena carefully selects the source of its input coffee. Accuracy can reach up to 95%, ensuring the roundest coffee beans when harvested at the right time. Helena develops according to the sustainable organic model in addition to the leading degree and growing area. We work with eggplant farmers, guiding and encouraging them to use environmentally friendly and safe methods that benefit both the farm and the environment.
Helena Coffee has the following certifications to ensure product quality:
green, origins, direct, flavors, process, decaf, true
Certified Fair Trade
Fair Trade Certification aims to improve the well-being of small farming families and communities by ensuring ethical trade practices at all stages of the supply chain. A Fair Trade Certification guarantees a minimum market price plus up to a $0.20 premium per pound for all Fair Trade coffee. All Fair Trade premiums are directed toward social, economic, and environmental development projects chosen democratically by each community based on the greatest need.
USDA Organic Certification
Our products’ USDA Organic certification means they were planted, harvested, and processed with great environmental care, preserving or improving the ecosystem. It includes the preservation of wetlands, woodlands, and wildlife. In addition, synthetic fertilizers, sewage waste, irradiation, and genetic engineering are strictly prohibited. USDA Organic coffee also increases the market price by $.0255 per pound for coffee producers.
RainForest Alliances Certified
The Rainforest Alliance Certified seal ensures that our coffee is audited regularly to ensure that it meets strict social, environmental, and economic sustainability standards. These standards aim to promote and improve biodiversity, natural resource conservation, effective planning, and farm management systems and improve livelihoods and human well-being.
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