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  • LAO PDR

    The first few coffee plants were introduced to the country and soils of Laos by French colonists around 1915. After trial and error of trying t...
  • JHAI COFFEE HOUSE – THE WORLD’S FIRST PHILANTHROPIC COFFEE ROASTER & CAFE

    Lend these guys a helping hand and you could be supporting a world’s first in Laotian coffee The world of coffee is truly astounding and it never s...
  • Adventure To Bolaven Plateau Highland

    Among a variety of beautiful lands of “The Million Country”, Bolaven highland at south Laos always is an impressive destination. Not only having fr...
  • On the Bolaven Plateau, savor a Lao coffee paradise

    Largely populated by the Laven tribe, who are thought to number about 30,000, the Bolaven Plateau is dotted with numerous small villages. Traditi...
  • US Coffee Buyers Intrigued During Virtual Cupping Event

    A Taste of Laos: US Coffee Buyers Intrigued During Virtual Cupping Event Laty Keopiensy prepares a Jing Jhai pourover at the opening of Kafelao, ...
  • Coffee that is grown in South East Asia

    The countries that grow coffee in Southeast Asia are the following countries Philippines,Thailand,Laos, Myanmar and  Indonesia. Cambodia and Malays...
  • Why is volcanic soil so important for growing coffee?

    Up on the Bolaven Plateau far back from the main road Lao Mountain Coffee has been supporting the farmers that grows coffee exclusively for LMC ...
  • The first cup of coffee in the morning

    When you get up in the morning what is the first you thing you do. Take a shower brush your teeth get dress and then have coffee and breakfast...S...