Yunnan Zapo Black Tea Natural Coffee

Yunnan ZaPo Black Tea Natural Coffee

Yunnan ZaPo Black Tea Natural Coffee
This should be your next cup of coffee!

The Yunnan Province in western China produces the majority of China's coffee. With the help of partnerships and their Yunnan-based lab, they'll be able to offer a variety of great-value coffees with consistent profiles.

Yunnan has identified a large number of potential producer-partners who have previously sold their coffee to blenders. Yunnan coffee producers can flourish with hard effort and a strong quality control system.

ZaPo was born and raised in CiMiZhu, China, and now manages and controls his own coffee farm. Young ZaPo worked at MenfLian, a coffee growing center, before returning to his village in 2006 to assist local farmers in starting their own coffee farms. ZaPo and the people are now working with HuangGuan Coffee Co. to improve operations and profits.

Yunnan ZaPo Black Tea Natural Stack coffee is dried using a process similar to that used in tea production. On the farm, coffee cherries are chosen and prepared with care. Cherry is dried in mechanical dryers for a brief time before being removed.

green coffee beans
roasted coffee
Before being returned to the mechanical dryers for further drying, the cherry sits and is softly fermented. This cycle of drying, softly fermenting, and drying again continues until the cherry has reached a moisture content of about 13%. Before being hulled, dried cherries are kept in a warehouse for at least 15 days. Before being dry milled and readied for export, coffee is rested for 2 to 3 months at the dry mill. A delicious and luscious cup with a lot of red fruit results from the drying and light fermentation. 

pouring freshly brewed coffee
Yunnan ZaPo Black Tea Natural Coffee is best to try in pour over/filter or espresso (Black coffee).
Here's a brewing recipe that you can try to best enjoy this coffee:
Method: Hand Drip
Water Temperature: 92℃
Ratio: 1:15 (15g coffee to 225g water)
Grind size: Medium
Blooming: 30-40sec, 30g water
Time: 2min 30sec

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