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Laos Full City Roast Fair Trade Organic Coffee

1 lb $10.95 | 2 lb $21.20 | 5 lb $52.25
( 2 Reviews )
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Cultivated by small farmholders in a tropical region intersected by countless rivers with dramatic waterfalls near the junction of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. Rich, almost textured on the palate, this coffee is especially big bodied. Very sweet, with soft intermingling flavors of chocolate and vanilla.

From our coffee cupping:

  • Aroma: Chocolate
  • Flavor: Vanilla, chocolate, sweet
  • Aftertaste: Vanilla  
  • Acidity: Smooth
  • Body: Full, heavy
  • Balance: Body-centric
  • Overall/Notes: Sweet and massively big bodied.

Details About the Bolaven Plateau Coffee Producers Cooperative:

  • Organization: Founded in 2007, comprised of 1855 farmers
  • Geographic Region: Bolaven Plateau, Southern Laos
  • Altitude: 900 - 1235 meters above sea level
  • Certifications: Organic; Fairtrade International (FLO)
  • Varietals: Catimor, some Bourbon


Read more on their profile page. Track your coffee to the origin on our Fair Trade Proof dot Org website.

1 lb $10.95 | 2 lb $21.20 | 5 lb $52.25
From our new partners in Laos - rich, almost textured on the palate, and especially big bodied. Very sweet, with soft intermingling flavors of chocolate and vanilla.

2 Reviews

MattR 14th Dec 2017


Clean, bold coffee that tastes great from my Kalita Wave or French Press. Sweet and very satisfying to drink. Wanted to try something different from my normal light roast and this was great! Very glad I tried it, will be ordering more.

Coffee Lover 10th Jun 2016

Unique Coffee

I normally prefer a dark roast. Jump Start is my preferred first cup of the day. That said, I ordered this to try a coffee from Laos. This one surprised me! It's very smooth. I like the tones of chocolate and vanilla. It makes a great second cup for me after I've had my favorite dark roast. I'm thinking it might make a good iced coffee. If you're curious, give it a try!

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