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Our coffee plantation is located in Pyin Oo Lwin, an organic and shade-grown environment.

MM Fun Bean is from the 1,300m high mountains in Pyin Oo Lwin-the City of Flowers, Shan Highlands. The satisfying cool weather and fertile soil make Pyin Oo Lwin a heaven for various vegetables, fruits and flowers farming.

The local farmers are prohibited to use pesticides, chemical fertilizers or insecticides which demote this area a natural and organic environment.

The S795 is a MM Fun Bean variety which inhibits coffee leaf rust, with high yields and good quality. S795 is natural dried, its body is full of caramel or maple syrup aroma. Its acidity is well-balanced and the aftertaste is clean. MM Fun Bean is a coffee of reasonable price, plus quality of specialty coffee.

When J. Shant from Scotland visited Pyin Oo Lwin in 1930, the favorable ecology and exotic flora of Flowers' City area of May Myo (now called Pyin Oo Lwin) captured his attention. He searched suitable agro-ecological areas for cultivating Arabica coffee S795 originated from India, and established private coffee estate in Chung-Kwe of Thyet-Kone region at 3,850’ elevation. Silver Oak and other forest woods were utilized as shade trees in this estate. After the Burma independence in 1948, the owner of BT Brother Company U Ba Tu, purchased this coffee estate, proceeded commercial coffee production, and transferred cultivation technologies with cultural coffee practices to neighboring small coffee growing holders.

Our coffee plantation is located in Pyin Oo Lwin’, an organic and shade-grown environment.

When J. Shant from Scotland visited Pyin Oo Lwin in 1930, the favorable ecology and exotic flora of Flowers' City area of May Myo (now called Pyin Oo Lwin) captured his attention. He searched suitable agro-ecological areas for cultivating Arabica coffee S795 originated from India, and established private coffee estate in Chung-Kwe of Thyet-Kone region at 3,850 feet elevation. Silver Oak and other forest woods were utilized as shade trees in this estate. After the Burma independence in 1948, the owner of BT Brother Company U Ba Tu, purchased this coffee estate, proceeded commercial coffee production, and transferred cultivation technologies with cultural coffee practices to neighboring small coffee growing holders.

In 1995, American technicians from the famous CONA COFFEE, Hawaii Island, transferred new post-harvest technology to the small holders and obtained special quality coffee by using WET METHOD for pulping. Small holders of the City of Flowers are prohibited to use pesticides or any agrochemicals.

Technicians and related authorities periodically inspected the special quality coffee to ensure the coffee beans are free from pesticides and chemical residues.

Our coffee plantation is located in Mount Victoria, an organic and shade-grown environment.

The Mt Victoria or NATMA Hill of 3,100m elevation is at the heart of the NATMA Taung National Park, covers 279 km2 of verdant mountainous landscape in the Chin Hill of western Myanmar. Mt Victoria has amazing biodiversity, including 2,500 known flora species. A drastic height gradient is concentrated within a relatively narrow area, allowing endemic plants of the Sino-Himalayan region to flourish at higher elevation, and those typical Indochina tropical flora dominate at low to mid-elevations. The lofty peak of Mt Victoria is also geographically isolated from other mountains of similar structure in the region, creating an effect referred to as an ECOLOGICAL ISLAND.

The park's rich forests are home to several large mammals, including sun bears, and a wealth of insects and amphibians. Over 280 species of birds have been recorded here, including five fowls that are known to exist only in the Chin Hills.

This organic coffee growing area is the UNIQUE NATURAL RESOURCES of Chin State. The rare tri-color "Taung-za-latt" (red, yellow, and white Rhododendron arboretum) is the royal flower; other bountiful flora including various endangered orchids such as Dendrobium and Rhododendron, unique tea trees e.g. Schima wallichii, several pine and alder such as Macadamia-like Helicia, and Quercus oak trees, which is the best SHADE TREE for organic coffee trees in this area.

Our coffee plantation is at “Moe Gok”, an organic and shade-grown environment. It is recognized by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as one of the top 10 coffee in the world in 2008.

The Moe Gok (Aka Ruby Land) of 4500 feet elevation is located in upper Myanmar, 115 miles from Mandalay City. It is surrounded by forested mountains that are all higher than 5000 feet, and many cool streams which provide the region fine natural fertilizer. After the World War II, different ethnic groups including Myanmar, Shan, Pa-oh, Le-shaw and some Nepalis live in this area.

Over millennia Moe Gok has famous for producing world’s valuable gems, such as rubies, sapphires, topazes, etc. In the 17th century, a priceless, huge ruby stone had been found in Moe Gok, it was respectfully presented to the King of Myanmar. When British colonized Myanmar, they took the stone back to England for Queen Victoria. In 1980, one of the world’s largest ruby stone has found again, and the Myanmar government kept it until today.

Besides gems, Moe Gok is also famous for agriculture products because of its pleasant climate and fertile soil. It rains almost year-round except December, January and February. With its perfect 15°C temp and 100 inches rainfall, Moe Gok is suitable for most vegetables and fruits to grow, while Moe Gok Laphat (tea leaves from Moe Gok) mass-produces abundant grapefruits, oranges, macadamia nuts, chestnuts and walnuts.

As gemstones gradually become rare in Moe Gok, in 1995 Myanmar government started to distribute coffee varieties to farmers for collective prosperity, especially Arabica and technologies i.e. cleaning coffee beans by wet procedure. As a result, the Moe Gok coffee entered the top ten of the 2008 list of World’s best coffee via FAO. Currently our Moe Gok coffee is exported to Germany and France annually.

Through preserving this precious land, we assist the local small farms in coffee processing with the improved growing techniques and latest ecological wet mill equipments.

Our coffee plantation is in Shan plateau, an organic and shade-grown environment.

In the early 20th century, the coffee seeds were introduced in Pyin Oo Lwin area, north Shan state, primarily from India by the British and Scottish. The main coffee variety line introduced to Myanmar in the 1950~60 were Kent line and S795 line.

The National Treasure coffee is the unique SL34 variety introduced from Kenya, created in the 1930s. Derived from the French Mission, one of its strength is withstanding the heavy or torrential rain in its planting mountains. It can also be planted in the lower elevation.

The National Treasure is grown in the north Shan plateau, one hour driving north of Pyin Oo Lwin at 1200m elevation. These coffee trees are growing under shade trees, mainly Silver Oak (Grevillia Robusta) and Coral Tree (Erythrina).

After harvested in Decembre to the end of next February, The National Treasure is pulped and then fermented for 24 hours. After fermentation, it is water washed and natural dried.

The National Treasure is with complex tones of fruity acidity, heavy body, clean and sweet aftertaste and balanced sweetness and acidity.

Our coffee plantation is in Shan plateau, an organic and shade-grown environment.

In the early 20th century, the coffee seeds were introduced in Pyin Oo Lwin area, north Shan state, primarily from India by the British and Scottish. The main coffee variety line introduced to Myanmar in the 1950~60 were Kent line and S795 line.

The National Treasure coffee is the unique SL34 variety introduced from Kenya, created in the 1930s. Derived from the French Mission, one of its strength is withstanding the heavy or torrential rain in its planting mountains. It can also be planted in the lower elevation.

The National Treasure is grown in the north Shan plateau, one hour driving north of Pyin Oo Lwin at 1200m elevation. These coffee trees are growing under shade trees, mainly Silver Oak (Grevillia Robusta) and Coral Tree (Erythrina).

After harvested in Decembre to the end of next February, The National Treasure is pulped and then fermented for 24 hours. After fermentation, it is water washed and natural dried.

The National Treasure is with complex tones of fruity acidity, heavy body, clean and sweet aftertaste and balanced sweetness and acidity.

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  • Phone: 886+2+2302-0902
  • Address: 13F., No.216, Sec. 1, Zhonghua Rd., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City 108, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

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  • Phone: 886+2+2302-0901
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