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Robusta Fully Washed Processed Coffee Beans – S18, S16: Characteristic passionate coffee aroma, strong taste with a mildly bitter aftertaste, then sweet and seductive, very suitable for the traditional Vietnamese filter style.
Wet processed robusta coffee has a higher uniformity of up to 97-98%, not only uniform in color but also uniform in grain size, and is very delicious when brewed.
Wet-processed robusta coffee is usually hand-picked, choosing only the ripe fruit on the tree. Should choose traditional robusta coffee beans, small beans but a very tasty drink, different from high-yielding Robusta coffee, seeds as big as a thumb, empty intestines, taste pale, not delicious.
The advantage of wet-processed robusta coffee is to help develop the maximum flavor in the beans. However, if the staff is inexperienced, it is easy to form undesirable flavors due to over-fermentation. At the same time, this process is quite expensive, uses many machines, and the amount of wastewater is large.
After completely removing the viscous from the fermentation process, the coffee is washed again to remove the fermentation by-products. Then the coffee is left to dry. In particular, wet-processed robusta coffee is often dried on a net in a closed cage to avoid dust and external agents from affecting the quality of coffee beans.
Besides wet-processed robusta coffee, Motherland coffee also specializes in providing hand-selected, hand-selected dry-processed robusta coffee for both filter and machine brewing.
Robusta coffee with each land brings different flavors, delicate and superior to other lands. For example, the best Robusta in Buon Ho, Dak Mil, and good Robusta coffee in Dak Ha in Kon Tum province….
In addition, contributing a large output of Robusta coffee must be mentioned in Binh Duong, Binh Phuoc, Dong Nai… However, the taste is a bit more attached than Robusta coffee in the Central Highlands.
Robusta green coffee includes many lines and is cultivated in many different localities, corresponding to its quality and price.
The method of wet processing coffee is quite demanding and complicated. In order to produce high-quality coffee products, the hill requires knowledge and experience. Starting from selecting varieties, controlling diseases, and harvesting ripe fruits. After that, it is still necessary to perform optimal processing and post-harvest handling activities to ensure the quality of the coffee.
These Robusta beans have a much higher quality than dry processed Robusta beans due to fermentation during wet processing. Not only has the black broken rate and impurities much lower. Wet-processed Robusta gives a smoother cup of coffee and a much darker flavor.
Vietnam shines as the top global exporter of robust and flavorful Robusta coffee, with its lush Central Highlands provinces—Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong, and Lam Dong—dedicating around 90% of their coffee fields to this thriving crop.
This bountiful bean also thrives in midland regions like Vung Tau and Dong Nai, known for their high yields. Delve into the aromatic world of Robusta coffee through renowned growing regions such as Pleiku, Ayun Pa, Buon Ho, and the iconic Buon Ma Thuot—celebrated as Vietnam’s coffee capital.
Nestled at an elevation of 500m-600m above sea level, the Central Highlands of Vietnam boast rich red basalt soil and a cool, rainy climate—perfect conditions for cultivating exquisite Robusta coffee for centuries. This region’s beans are famed for their potent caffeine content, bold flavors, and low acidity, enticing coffee aficionados worldwide.
Yet, the allure of Central Highlands coffee lies in its unique regional nuances. Some beans enchant with silky notes of butter, oil, or caramel, while others capture the essence of the sun-kissed highlands and crisp mountain breezes. Discover the captivating tastes that have made Central Highlands coffee a cherished treasure for generations.
Climate factors such as precipitation, temperature, and humidity play a crucial role in shaping a coffee’s maturation, overall flavor, and quality. Coffee-producing countries either boast naturally ideal conditions for growth or employ innovative techniques to enhance their ecosystems.
Robusta coffee, in particular, thrives in a harmonious dance with its environment, flourishing under the tender care of nature’s elements. As you indulge in its rich, bold flavors, you’ll savor the exquisite results of this intricate interplay.
500m – 800m
Coffee processing involves separating the bean from the cherry, with popular methods like washed, dry, and honey, among others. Each technique emphasizes different aspects to create unique flavors, inviting you to explore and savor the diverse world of coffee.
Harvest and export times are based off when a particular coffee will be at its peak quality. Cherries picked at the start of the harvest season tend to be underdeveloped, and those picked at the end are often overdeveloped, so producers aim for that sweet
Dec – Sept
Dak Lak Province, nestled in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, earns its title as the “capital” of Vietnamese coffee with its sprawling green coffee fields cascading across the region’s basaltic hills, bathed in sunlight and caressed by gentle winds. Home to numerous distinguished coffee brands, Dak Lak’s exceptional beans have captured hearts worldwide, with exports reaching over 80 countries and territories, solidifying its global reputation for exceptional coffee.