New Quay Coffee


Tasting notes
Chocolate, raisin, nutty, fudge.
Bolavens plateau, Laos, Asia
Wet Milled
1350 Meters above sea level

Thevada farm, located on the Bolavens plateau in southern Laos, is a unique origin for coffee production. The country, once known as the "Kingdom of a Million Elephants," has an average altitude of over 700 masl, but on the plateau where Thevada farm is located, the altitude consistently reaches 1,350 masl.

Olam, a major player in the coffee industry, recognizes the potential for specialty coffee production in Laos and is currently growing coffee on 1,300 hectares of land on the plateau, with plans to expand to 2,000 hectares in the rich, volcanic soil. The farm is also participating in the International Multi-location Variety Trial, led by World Coffee Research, which aims to increase production and quality for coffee farmers worldwide in as little as five years. Through this trial, 35 varieties of coffee are being planted in test plots across 23 countries, including Thevada farm, with the goal of contributing to more sustainable farmer livelihoods and a stronger coffee sector.

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