Myanmar Ngu Shewli Estate Coffee

(earns 45 Taste Points)
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Myanmar Ngu Shewli Estate Coffee
Ngu Shweli is the oldest coffee estate in the region. Founded in 1997 the farm has 235 acres and the 215 acres is given over to coffee. In 2004, it was honoured by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation. Shade on the farm is provided long term by the growth of Silver Oak and Macadamia trees, the latter being able to provide an alternative source of income too. 80% of the farm is SL34, and 20% S795.

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This coffee is SL34 and scores 84.25 on the SCA scale.

Tasting Notes: Chocolate, mango, honey and pineapple
Roast Level: Medium
Varietal: SL34
Process: Natural
Altitude: 1000 masl

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