This coffee will be fresh roasted for you. We expect Portola Coffee Roasters will roast and ship this coffee in 1-2 business days depending on their roasting schedule.
This is the Myanmar Lay Ywar brought to you by Portola Coffee Roasters. This full natural coffee was grown by the Danu Community in the Shan region of Myanmar at 1,245 meters above sea level. Myanmar is just starting to produce truly great quality specialty coffee and we're excited to offer this coffee. The cup has notes of plum, creme de cacao, merlot and a mild, crisp acidity.
The strong fruit and cocao notes on the front end are balanced well by the acidity on the back. Really enjoyable cup.
Excellent aroma and fruity flavor. Notes of strawberry and blueberry were rampant.
Very crisp, well distinguished acidity. Bright, interesting, and charming. Highly aromatic and flavorful.
Have always enjoyed the coffees I've gotten from Myanmar, but this one is definitely more of a medium roast than a light roast. As other reviewers have mentioned, it can be a little finicky, but I find that to be the case with a lot of the medium roasts I try.
This was my least favorite coffee I've ever received through Mistobox. I tried brewing it in a variety of different ways and could never get the flavor right. It always tasted flat and ended up masking with milk, spices and sweetener to get through it.
This coffee is very strange but worth the interest being an Asian novelty. Musty and dank. Try it.
Fruitier than expected from this region. Loved it. Jammy, dark fruit, full bodied, and interesting.
Never made a bad cup. Creamy coffee with flavor notes as clear as day.
Fantastic! Love the fact that East Asian coffee are finally getting some notice. Mild acidity, taste reminded me of a glass of merlot.
Surprisingly fast draw down, and low brew times with my pourover setup. Even though it's difficult to brew right, the flavors are worth it. Delicious coffee!
This was absolutely fantastic. Really really great
It was the worst tasting coffee I've had so far. I absolutely do not like anything from Asia. Please don't send anymore from Asia.
Complex and full. Fruit forward and delicious
Salty, fruity, and a bit musty. Myanmar has potential for good beans but I’d give it another 3 yrs before trying their coffee again.