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Aroma of Yunnan coffee industry permeates throughout the globe



Dong Laicheng's encounter with Martin Pollack, an American coffee enthusiast, has completely altered the trajectory of Dong's life.To get more news about yunnan coffee beans, you can visit shine news official website.

"This cup of coffee made from honey processed beans is called 'honeydew beauty.' It contains flavors of avalanche rose, honeydew, and the ginseng fruit," said Dong, a coffee grower from Southwest China, introducing the specialty to customers at Pollack's cafe.

Pollack came to China in 2008 and has since been engaged in the coffee industry. The American expat is married to a Chinese woman and can speak fluent Chinese. He set up the Torch Coffee Company in 2015 in the city of Pu'er in Southwest China's Yunnan Province.

Yunnan is the largest coffee-producing region in China, with its yield accounting for more than 98 percent of the country's total coffee production for years. According to the Yunnan provincial department of agriculture and rural affairs, 131,000 tons of coffee beans were produced in the province in 2021.

Pollack's company mainly deals in coffee bean sales and offers training related to the coffee industry. He and his coworkers have forged cooperation with local coffee planters in Yunnan and are committed to helping them promote quality coffee beans.

"The quantity of coffee beans I have sold to Torch Coffee has increased from less than two tons to more than 10 tons in 2021," said Dong, adding that the price of fresh coffee cherries bought from neighboring coffee farmers has also seen an increase from over 2 yuan per kilogram to 4 yuan in 2021.

The Xiaowazi Coffee Manor maintains close collaboration with Torch Coffee. The estate was founded in 1997 by Liao Xiugui, an experienced coffee grower from Pu'er. Today, the 20-hectare estate offers a plethora of coffee-related activities such as educational tours, sightseeing trips, and coffee tasting events.

Torch Coffee also rents the manor premises for purposes of conducting training sessions and purchases raw beans from the estate as raw material for training classes, while the manor sends workers and farmers to Torch Coffee in a bid to share coffee production skills.

"The chemical herbicide glyphosate has never been used in our estate in the past 24 years, and we always stick to manual pest control. The quality of our common commercial beans is very close to that of the specialty beans," said Liao Hongwen, son of the Xiaowazi Coffee Manor's founder.Coffee cupping certificates are crucial for most starters who have a consistent goal in the industry," said Pollack. In cupping, coffees are scored for aspects such as cleanness, sweetness, acidity, mouthfeel, and aftertaste.

Torch Coffee has been providing training to those who aspire to become "CQI (Coffee Quality Institute) Q-Arabica graders." This refers to an individual who is accredited by the CQI to grade and score coffees utilizing standards developed by the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA).

"When I have the cupping classes, my tongue is always numb, but I need to rinse my mouth repeatedly and continue practicing cupping," said a girl surnamed Li taking Pollack's class. She aspires to become a "cupper" and open her own cafe someday.
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