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 […]

The Coffee Regions Series

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Coffee Sourcing in Kalashnikov’s Land… In the controversial article “The Most Dangerous Cup of Coffee in the World“ (Wall Street Journal, The Most Dangerous Cup 14/10/2016) we could recently read about a jungle-clad, coffee-rich province in Eastern Congo which attracts artisanal roasters and coffee adventurists from USA and Europe for coffee sourcing. Some of the challenges of […]

MYANMAR COFFEE PREMIERE IN SWITZERLAND

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Swiss Brewers Cup In our first competition series, we have presented Specialty Coffee from Myanmar. It is the first attempt to present a coffee from an origin, which hasn’t entered the Swiss coffee market yet. In May, I was realizing my passion and obsession to source Arabica coffee in the heart of Myanmar. In my […]

Come and Discover Nat Coffee in Mandalay

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The epic adventure to find the secret of Myanmar’s coffee starts with one simple question: Where do the best coffee beans grow? In search of the answer, I set out to find Myanmar’s greatest coffee, which will be presented during the Swiss National Brewers Cup. My journey starts at Mandalay airport and brings me to […]