Elevation: 1360 masl
Notes: Bourbon, Cranberry
Roast Level: Light
Myin Dwin is a great example of coffee’s capacity to support positive change in a community. Myin Dwin is one of the smaller groups in terms of acreage, but their productivity is exceptionally high for Myanmar. This Danu community is about 24 miles south of Ywa Ngan, and they grow tea, oranges and avocados in addition to coffee.
The village’s name means “Horse Well,” and there is a local legend of a magical horse that sprang from the town’s well. This community began working with the Winrock/CQI project in 2015, and the growers here have been very successful in making their coffees one of those which consistently scores near the top of the range.
This naturally processed coffee has a boozy, fruity flavor that is roasted lightly. With notes of Bourbon and Cranberry, this is for the adventurous coffee drinker.