Myanmar Ga Naing Yar

Tiong Hoe Coffee (Singapore)
SGD 18.00

Also known as Deep Forest Village, Ga Naing Yar Community is deepy nestled in the Indigo mountainous terrain surrounded by lush forest and wildlife.

In 2017, after learning about a USAID project implemented by Winrock International that helps coffee producers improve yields and quality to find more profitable markets, Ga Naing Yar Community decided to adopt new practices and technologies.

With technical advice on sun-dry, natural procesing techniques from Winrock, the villagers harvested only ripe, red coffee cherries. New raised drying racks were also built and used to protect cherries and dry them faster. U Soe Lwin, one of the leaders of the Pa-O ethnic community, ensures that quality is not compromised by regularly measuring the moisture rates of the beans. Dried cherries are also stored properly in improved, airtight storage bags.

Tasting Notes
Berries, mangoes and spices

Ywangan, Shan State, Ga Naing Yar

Bourbon, Catuai, Typica, S795

Natural process

1400 - 1500 MASL

One shipping fee, shop multiple roasters and brands, from different cities.

Our weekly order cycle closes every Monday 11.59pm (GMT +8). On Tuesdays, our roaster and brand partners will prepare your order. For coffee, it will be either roast to order or from their latest roast batch.

You will receive your order within a week, usually on the same week on Saturday (residential addresses) or the following week's Monday (commercial addresses).

Free delivery for all orders for a limited time only.

Tiong Hoe Coffee (Singapore)
Inspired by Mr Tan Tiong Hoe’s undying passion for coffee, Jacob and co-founder Juliana came together in 2014 to establish Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee Pte Ltd. Situated in the heartland area in Queenstown, Mr Tan Tiong Hoe’s office of more than 20 years was renovated into our cafe today.

Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee started off as a wholesaler, supplying specialty coffee beans and coffee equipment to F&B outlets. Our storefront was initially designed to only showcase the various coffee machines and equipment that we supply and retail. We would also hold occasional workshops and classes to share our knowledge with the public and our customers. However, business was slow and these weren’t enough to satisfy our curious customers. They were attracted by the aroma of our freshly roasted coffee and now they wanted to know how our coffee tasted!

Soon enough, we have customers streaming in to ask for a cup of joe, for a place to sit, and to chat over coffee. And that is how our cafe came to be.

Fast forward to today, we now carry at least 20 different origins of specialty coffee from Africa, Asia, South and Central America. Beans are available for retail, both greens and roasted ones. We house three Q-Graders as well, certified to taste and grade coffee.

Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee exists not only to provide quality coffee products, but also to inspire a sense of endearment, comfort and nostalgia in brewing a cup of specialty coffee - that final step from bean to cup. And to meet the changing needs of the industry and our consumers, we constantly push ourselves and insist on providing the best to those who love and share the passion for a great cup of coffee. We set ourselves always on the lookout for better coffee, and endlessly developing ourselves everyday to make every important aspect of the customer experience a little bit better.

And this is how we envision Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee to be:
Better coffee, for all.