Made in Lao
Provides a space for high grade specialty coffee from Laos. Each brand is unique in its taste and an expierence that you will never forget.
Each Brand presents a group of coffee farmers in Laos
Jing Jhai Coffee
Jing Jhai Coffee House is the world's first philanthropic coffee roaster & cafe located at the source.
Jing Jhai means "true" Jhai. We're the original!
Jhai Coffee House is the world's first philanthropic coffee roaster and cafe, investing all profits to fund local children’s sanitary education and clean water projects in Laos.By using charity dollars to build a social coffee business on the Bolaven Plateau, we have built a model that recycles itself and creates endless-life philanthropy dollars. This model not only solves the typical broken charity model but it also allows our team to focus and even grow the mission of providing Laos with their human right, water.
Mystic Mountain Coffee
Mr. Khamsone SOUVANNAKHILY, the owner of Mystic Mountain Coffee, was born in 1977 in the Noung Yathuerng village of the Paksong District in Champasak Province. During that time the Bolaven Plateau was fast becoming famous due to the area’s ideal climate for coffee production. Many families, including Mr. Khamsone’s parents, were moving to the area to find employment, and the Bolaven Plateau became the location of the early years of Mr. Khamsone’s life.
Mr. Khamsone would spend much of his childhood on the Bolaven Plateau helping with the plantations, and during this time his love for the area grew fonder. He loved the people, he loved the culture and most of all he loved coffee. In 1993 he bought his first hectare of land with the savings from his first job.
Amyta coffee house provide good quality of coffee beanfrom Bolaven Plateau of southern of Lao PDR.
Bolaven plateau is wellknown of agriculturalland, especially for coffeegrowing is one of theworld best region.
The good quality of coffee bean from theplantations will be graded, washed and dried outwith clean process then roasting exact righttemperature and time for bringing the originalcoffee of good smell and tasty.
Lao Mountain Coffee
Steve Feldschneider: Founder and Roast Master.
Steve started Lao Mountain Coffee in 2001 with a simple, locally made roaster working out of his home. He has dedicated the last several years to the art of roasting coffee and building one of SE Asia's premier coffee businesses.
We have the great privilege of using only Lao grown beans from the Bolaven Plateau in the south, a fertile, high elevation volcanic plateau perfect for specialty grade coffee.
We source our coffee beans from farmers that makes a pure Arabica Typica coffee - a coffee variety that dates back to the 1850's botanical gardens established by French colonists in Vietnam. This ancient varietal is difficult to grow and produces a small harvest, but has a uniquely elegant and smooth cupping quality.
After spending 30 years in France, where he emigrated and studied, Sinouk came back to his Fatherland, Laos, with the deep motivation to contribute back to the Lao society.
He started green bean trading and exporting when he found the Bolavens Plateau and its coffee.
At the same year, Sinouk founded Lao Coffee Association (LCA) with his father, Sisouk Sisombat. The association aims to promote the welfare of coffee producers and the businessmen and women. As Sinouk gained expertise in the coffee industry along the years, he developed roasting skills too.
By mastering coffee roasting, Sinouk created “Sinouk Coffee”, the very first Lao coffee brand.
In parallel with coffee roasting, Sinouk ventured into café retailing with the opening of the first Café Sinouk in his hometown, Paksé.