It was in 1885 when coffee was first introduced in Myanmar, formerly Burma with the establishment of some small farms around the city of Pyin Oo Lwin by the missionaries. Initially, commercial production didn’t take place, and when the British left, the coffee business moved into a kind of imposed hibernation.
At present, Myanmar coffee is almost exclusively Arabica. It is grown in Shan State, Mandalay Region, Kayin State, and Chin State. The Myanmar coffee Supplier is now busy supplying the best-known brands of coffee that include Genius, Greenland coffee, and Sithar.
Genius coffee, which is a high-quality organic coffee, is processed with cherries collected from small farms in Ywa Ngan in Shan State. It is exported to Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore.
Green Coffee, which is frequently a single origin, is roasted and expensive. Sithar Coffee is Myanmar’s Crop to Cup Coffee and is being an expert since 1996. Sithar presently serves more than 1000 accounts across 45 cities in Myanmar.
Myanmar coffee is a tough product to get. The northern part of the country where it is grown through a rigorous process includes roasting coffee, then cooling and grinding the pieces in a kiln.