The Caphe Vietnam's FINE ROBUSTA?
HONEY COFFEE OF
THE CAPHE VIETNAM
THE CAPHE VIETNAM TEAM
In particular, the outstanding team member of TThe Caphe Vietnam through much effort and exploration and enthusiasm for his profession, have won the first prize in the Vietnam Amazing Cup contest organized by Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Association. The contest held on March 10, 2020 in which the judges were Vietnamese experts and experts from all over the world. This is a pride and also an affirmation of the quality of The Caphe Vietnam to consumers.
THE ORIGIN OF
Since 1925, after thorough surveys of climate and soil as well as social and political considerations, the French have tested Robusta and Arabica coffee in the Tây Nguyên area. Thanks to the suitable climate as well as the fertility of the soil, the Robusta variety grows quickly, accounting for 95% of coffee production in Vietnam.
Currently, Vietnam is the second coffee exporting country in the world, after Brazil. Particularly for coffee Robusta, Vietnam is the leading country in coffee production. However, most of Vietnamese coffee is only exported to make instant coffee.
To do that, we focus on working closely with farmers, setting up a model of farming and processing farm according to our standards, investing in modern machinery and equipment according to standards exported to be able to produce high-quality and high-value products in order to maximize the diverse enjoyment needs of customers. The Caphe Vietnam selects 100% pure coffee beans that are preliminarily processed and classified according to export standards. We always try our best to bring to our customers excellent coffees bearing the imprint of each typical coffee region of Vietnam.
In addition, choosing to drink and use Fine Robusta coffee also improves the lives of farmers, so they are confident and dedicated to cultivating clean, high-quality coffee for consumersin the world.
WHAT IS FINE ROBUSTA
- For Arabica coffee to be called "Specialty grade coffee," it needs to be graded by a Q grader, assessing the quality of green coffee through cupping according to SCA's standards and rules. Coffee with 80 points or more is called "Specialty." The grading criteria and quality assessment are regulated by SCA (Specialty Coffee Association). Based on the standards of SCA, CQI (Coffee Quality Institute) has certificates of Q Arabica Grader (assessment of Arabica coffee quality) and Q Robusta Grader (or R Grader, assessment of Robusta quality) issued to individuals who pass. The 22-part Grader exam focuses on knowledge and skills in tasting and classifying coffee. So, "Fine Robusta" is a Robusta coffee graded to the "Fine" threshold by R Grader. R Grader is certified by CQI. The process of grading green and roasted tomatoes through cupping according to CQI & SCA standards.
- "Fine" is not simply delicious or good. "Fine" is a rating that has its standards.
- "Fine Robusta" and Robusta quality have only been focused on for the past ten years. The Government of Uganda (one of the countries with increasingly high quality of Robusta) plays a vital role in developing and spreading the concept of "Fine Robusta" to the European market (where a lot of Robusta is imported), and other countries plant this cultivar.
First, the coffee culture is imprinted with "street coffee culture." This is the most popular but popular coffee. Picture a cup of black coffee or milk coffee, served by a hot teapot with a few roadside chairs. It is a familiar image in the subconscious to start each morning.
Depending on the type of coffee, it gives people the feeling of sourness, oiliness, and scent of different fruits. A good cup of coffee is a cup of coffee rich in natural flavor, with mild acidity, fresh, clean tongue; It is rich in oil and more specifically gives off the aroma of almonds, fruit, butter and earth.
On the other hand, the taste of coffee as a symbol of the taste of life. A little sour to remember failure, a little salty to narrate. Excess bitterness to keep us awake and creative in thinking. Add a little sweetness to always feel that love is indispensable. With a certain "superpower" of coffee. Everyone became calmer, more polite before a cup of coffee.