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Abonzo Coffee Beans – Medium Roast


Rise and shine with a fragrant cup of Abonzo coffee!
A flavour unique to the Doichang mountains of Thailand, it is grown by the Akha hill tribe.  Our farmers painstakingly cultivate their coffee plants without chemical pesticides and fertilizers. Your daily cup of Abonzo coffee supports our work to eradicate social ills in the community, caused by poverty and unemployment. We encourage Akha farmers to grow coffee as cash crops instead of poppies.

by Abonzo

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Product Description


  • Naturally grown without chemical pesticides and fertilizers
  • Ethically produced – we pay fair trade prices to our farmers
  • 100% Arabica Coffee Beans, single origin of mixed varieties – Yellow Bourbon,  Red Bourbon, Pink Bourbon, Catuai and Catimor
  • Weight :250g ground coffee sealed in a foil bag with a one-way,  degassing valve
  • Available in light and medium roasts
  • Product of Thailand

Which Roast Is For You?

  • Medium Roast: The Abonzo medium roast appeals to most coffee drinkers who need a stronger kick. With a strong aroma and body, the medium roast is bitter and slightly smoky but it still retains a hint of caramel.

Brewing Instructions

You will need a coffee grinder to grind up the beans.Use 2 to 4 rounded teaspoons of ground coffee for every 6oz cup of hot water (just below boiling point).

Keeping Fresh

Store in an airtight container, either in a cool dry place or in your freezer. Use within two weeks of opening.


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Naturally grown.Ethically produced

Many years ago, the king of Thailand introduced coffee agriculture to the Akha people living in the mountainous region of northern Thailand. Unfortunately, there were not enough buyers or they were not able to get good prices. Poverty and unemployment led many Akha farmers and young adults to grow poppies and to peddle drugs for a living. Aaru saw the social malaise drugs were causing among his people. So he left his cushy job in Bangkok to return to his mountain village and became a social entrepreneur.
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