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Welcome to Asia Best Premium Coffee

Thailand is quickly becoming known as a source for quality Arabica Coffee. That was not always the case. Not long ago, a decent cup of coffee was hard to find. Instant coffee and a local version called “ancient coffee” were all that was available. Today, locally sourced, fresh roasted quality Arabica Coffee can be found just about anywhere. The “coffee explosion” was fueled in part by the discovery that the highlands of Northern Thailand provided the ideal climate, altitude and soil to produce premium quality Arabica Coffee. Asia Best Premium Coffee has been on the cutting edge of development and cultivation of coffee in Thailand for many years.

The credit goes to King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who reigned for 70 years from 1946 to 2016, making him the world’s longest-reigning monarch. The king worked tirelessly throughout his life for the benefit of the Thai people; He is greatly loved and honored by Thai people everywhere. King Bhumibol introduced Arabica Coffee to Thailand as a substitution crop for opium. The king’s foresight to help the people through coffee cultivation was truly visionary. Opium production has been eliminated in Thailand; crops like coffee, fruit, vegetables and flowers now provide income.

Welcome to Asia Best Premium Coffee

Thailand is quickly becoming known as a source for quality Arabica Coffee. That was not always the case. Not long ago, a decent cup of coffee was hard to find. Instant coffee and a local version called “ancient coffee” were all that was available. Today, locally sourced, fresh roasted quality Arabica Coffee can be found just about anywhere. The “coffee explosion” was fueled in part by the discovery that the highlands of Northern Thailand provided the ideal climate, altitude and soil to produce premium quality Arabica Coffee. Asia Best Premium Coffee has been on the cutting edge of development and cultivation of coffee in Thailand for many years.

The credit goes to King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who reigned for 70 years from 1946 to 2016, making him the world’s longest-reigning monarch. The king worked tirelessly throughout his life for the benefit of the Thai people; He is greatly loved and honored by Thai people everywhere. King Bhumibol introduced Arabica Coffee to Thailand as a substitution crop for opium. The king’s foresight to help the people through coffee cultivation was truly visionary. Opium production has been eliminated in Thailand; crops like coffee, fruit, vegetables and flowers now provide income.

Source of Organic Fair-Trade Coffee

Over the years we have trained the coffee farmer’s organic farming methods that fit well with the peaceful, harmonious Thai culture and lifestyle. Climate and soil conditions are so ideal, there is no need for the farmers to use harsh chemicals to protect and nurture the coffee trees. Asia Best Premium Coffee compensates farmers above Fair Trade coffee prices. This enables families to prosper and raise their families with dignity.

Source of Organic Fair-Trade Coffee

Over the years we have trained the coffee farmer’s organic farming methods that fit well with the peaceful, harmonious Thai culture and lifestyle. Climate and soil conditions are so ideal, there is no need for the farmers to use harsh chemicals to protect and nurture the coffee trees. Asia Best Premium Coffee compensates farmers above Fair Trade coffee prices. This enables families to prosper and raise their families with dignity.

Thai Coffee Becoming Quickly Recognized For Quality

Traditionally, people relate coffee to Central and South America. Brazil is the #1 coffee producer worldwide and Columbia has always been known for great coffee. Few people realize Viet Nam is now the #2 coffee producer in the world. In fact, Viet Nam, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Laos, China and Thailand all produce coffee. Thai Coffee is quickly becoming recognized as a source for quality Fair Trade Coffee Beans.

Thai Coffee is grown on small scale farms rather than the traditional plantation method. Coffee thrives in the mountains of the north where it is planted on very steep terrain, which requires every bean to be hand-picked during the harvest. On a plantation, coffee is harvested by machinery that strips the trees in one pass. Hand-picked coffee only picks the ripe coffee cherries that have reached the peak of perfection. Farmers typically harvest their coffee on a weekly basis over many weeks as coffee cherries do not mature simultaneously. The result… premium quality hand-picked coffee.

Thai Coffee Becoming Quickly Recognized For Quality

Traditionally, people relate coffee to Central and South America. Brazil is the #1 coffee producer worldwide and Columbia has always been known for great coffee. Few people realize Viet Nam is now the #2 coffee producer in the world. In fact, Viet Nam, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Laos, China and Thailand all produce coffee. Thai Coffee is quickly becoming recognized as a source for quality Fair Trade Coffee Beans.

Thai Coffee is grown on small scale farms rather than the traditional plantation method. Coffee thrives in the mountains of the north where it is planted on very steep terrain, which requires every bean to be hand-picked during the harvest. On a plantation, coffee is harvested by machinery that strips the trees in one pass. Hand-picked coffee only picks the ripe coffee cherries that have reached the peak of perfection. Farmers typically harvest their coffee on a weekly basis over many weeks as coffee cherries do not mature simultaneously. The result… premium quality hand-picked coffee.

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