NewsBrews Myanmar

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Nat Coffee’s NewsBrews is one of the first monthly newsletters with regards to the South Asian coffee market with particular focus on Myanmar. We keep you updated about recent developments in politics, economics, local and export markets. Our NewsBrews is also the best source to stay informed about events. Find free updates below: NewsBrews_March18 (1)

NewsBrews Myanmar

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Please find enclosed our newest market update, providing free updates on the South Asian coffee market with particular focus on Myanmar, informing about price and quality. To read the news please click on one of the following links: NewsBrews_Feb18 (2) For ordering coffee samples, please contact us by email: contact@natcoffee.com  

First Customer – First Trade

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Thinking back of my first coffee trades with Nat Coffee makes me smile. It was in December 2016, when I received a message from a Swiss roaster who requested a few kilos of Myanmar specialty coffee. Somehow he had heard about my coffee venture in Myanmar and was looking for easy ways to get the […]

Nat Coffee Statement Rakhine Crisis

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In the light of the latest attacks in Rakhine State against the Rohingyas (West Myanmar), Nat Coffee takes position about its coffee sourcing activities in neighboring state Chin: We are concerned about the current situation in Rakhine State and the attacks on the Rohingyas, the persecuted Muslim minority in Myanmar Our areas of intervention in […]

Myanmar Coffee Entrepreneurs Under 30

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Meet the Producer and Processor of  Yellow Diamond It was December 2015, when I first met Aung Win Kyaw, the owner of the coffee company Shwe Ywar Ngan. I heard about the company through my local contacts in Myanmar and decided to visit it myself. The coffee processing plant Shwe Ywar Ngan was established in 1975. […]

Why are you interested in us?

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In recent years coffee producers  increasingly moved to the center of interest of coffee consumers. But, who are these coffee farmers? The answer seems to be simple first. The coffee farmer is the person whose name is indicated on the coffee bag that we buy in the supermarket, or in the artisanal grocery nextdoor. A […]

How everything started

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November 2015 Shortly after Myanmar’s first democratic elections after 60 years of isolation, Nathalie travels to Yangon. She meets her Singaporean and Burmese friend at the Union Financial Center in Yangon. While having delicious Mohinga (Mohinga)  the three ladypreneurs are exchanging their views about the potential of coffee business in Myanmar. The agenda is fully […]

Coffee of Heights – Meet the Chin

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Every journey starts with a map. Not for Chin State. The best-selling guide book “Lonely Planet” states that Chin State remained a question mark for travellers, and in “Le Routard”, Chin State is not even mentioned at all. It somehow looks like the journey to Western Myanmar ends with the bottleneck at the historic part […]