The first steps are the seeds in the ground. Those seeds lately become unprocessed green coffee beans.
Every country has its own climate, genetics, soil, bacteria, water, and many other indicators. So it turns out that each country produces unique coffee. As for Vietnam, its Central Highland region has fertile basalt soil and a pleasant climate that provides thriving of coffee plants. This is a main region in the country where distinctive Vietnamese coffee beans are grown. Vietnamese coffee farms look after their crops carefully, adapt water cycles, adjust fertilizers, rotate fields, and prune plants.
Learn more about where in Vietnam is our coffee grown in this article.