- Country and region: Ywangan region, Southern Shan State, Myanmar
- Altitude: 1100 - 1500 m above sea level
- Coffee type: Arabica
- Degree of roasting: Medium to dark
- Aroma: Fruity
- Acidity: Medium
- Body: Strong
- Taste: Milk chocolate, apple, gooseberry, green tea, orange
- Cupping Score: 84.5
Though coffee has been grown in Myanmar since 1885, the isolationist policies of the post-independence period had limited coffee growing and processing infrastructure. More recent initiatives have focused on expanding coffee infrastructure and opening the country’s economy through coffee exports.
Coffee started to become a larger focus in Myanmar in the 1980s, when the government partnered with the UN to start a project aimed at replacing illegal poppy production (for opium) with coffee trees.