Coffee was introduced to Vietnam in 1857 by the French and during the 20th century it slowly grew as a main producer of coffee in Asia. After an interruption during and immediately following the Vietnam War, production rose once again mainly thanks to a law that in 1986 reintroduced private ownership. During the 1990s it became possible to start a private business, leading to an extraordinary «boom» in coffee production.

Even if lately Vietnam’s coffee industry is geared to an improvement and a greater attention to processes, usually the quality and price of this variety are very low; therefore this country hasn’t become a large coffee producer yet. The classification is based on the sieve measure and on beans’ flaws, and it goes from grade 1 to 6.

BAGS from 60 kg in juta bage (tare 1kg)
BLOOMING from November to February
HARVESTING from September to March
HARVESTING METHOD Mechanical stripping
EXPORTATION All year round, since November
PRODUCTION 27,5 milion bags