The coffee farm of K’Ho Community is located at the bottom of Lang Biang Mountain, about 1700 meters above sea level. The Families of Rolan Co Lieng have been living here for hundreds of years and plant coffee over generations. Thus, Rolan Co Lieng is interested in coffee and eager to change the development of traditional coffee which is increasingly faded due to low effects. Joshua is Mrs. Roland’s husband as well as an American agricultural engineer; he knows how to upgrade to the type of coffee, to bring back the best taste of Vietnam coffee.
The planted coffee is Arabica, which is suitable to the climate in Lang Biang. The coffee type accounts for most of the world's exports. When sipping a little coffee you can taste the flavor of balance between caramel and almond, not the flavor of a strong and bitter coffee in almost all cafes in Vietnam. Coffee is harvested by hands to make sure of the best qualification. Currently, K’Ho Coffee is cultivating specialty coffee lines of the world to grow and replicate.
Tourists coming to the coffee farm will be guided to visit the farm, from coffee hills, class houses, and drying houses, to coffee cup manufacture. It is more interesting that besides drinking coffee, guests can have chats with the owner of the K’Ho Coffee shop to discover more about how the coffee is made.
The K’Ho Coffee is located in Bnuc’C, about 15 kilometers away from Dalat City to the north, at the bottom of Lang Biang Mountain. Mrs Rolan Co Lieng said that her family’s coffee farm was open to Dalat tours and enjoy coffee from 8 am to 4 pm from Mondays to Saturdays. You can come here to buy raw coffee and K’Ho handmade things at a souvenir shop. Otherwise, you can enjoy a cup of coffee at a garden cafe. Here, visitors will have a half day tour at the farm, where you will learn all about the process of making coffee.
The K’Ho Coffee Farm tour starts at 8:00 am. You will begin with a cup of coffee and try ways to process coffee, classify, and take part in harvesting, roasting and splitting to taste different kinds of coffee. It is said that when standing at the entrance, the smell of coffee is so strong, which makes your mind fresh. The areas of warehouse, processing and displaying are spacious, but delicate with characterized and unique things of K’Ho ethnic group. The cafe is a small “lodge” hung on the hillside, surrounded by coffee trees. Coming here, you will have a chance to experience a full process of making coffee and have gifts.
By developing this kind of business - Vietnam coffee tour, the youth in villages have opportunities to join and improve their living standard, also increase the value of their coffee. You should come here to directly listen to the stories about coffee, understand the cultures which should be maintained and developed.