Laos SIHO

Laos SIHO

Once known as the Kingdom of a Million Elephants, the average altitude is over 700 masl and on the Bolaven Plateau at the southern tip of Laos, where 95% of Laotian coffee is grown, altitudes reach 1,350 masl. The Bolaven Plateau is made of rich volcanic soils that contribute to a wealth of vegetation. Numerous rivers and creeks of every size cross the plateau heading west and eventually to the Mekong river, which marks the western edge of the plateau. As the rivers rush to drop more than 1,000 masl in less than 30 miles, there are waterfalls everywhere, contributing to the stunning beauty of the region and indicative of ideal coffee growing conditions.

Olam Specialty Coffee will be closed in observance of the holiday season. Orders placed between 12/23 and 1/3 will be released after 1/3 for delivery or pick-up.

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