UNROASTED - Zou Zhou Yuan Estate, Taiwan
UNROASTED - Zou Zhou Yuan Estate, Taiwan
UNROASTED - Zou Zhou Yuan Estate, Taiwan
UNROASTED - Zou Zhou Yuan Estate, Taiwan

UNROASTED - Zou Zhou Yuan Estate, Taiwan

Regular price£320.00
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

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All orders are packed and shipped from our roastery in the UK. We aim to process and ship orders within 1-2 working days, although large orders containing multiple varieties of roasted coffee may take slightly longer. 


DPD Premium Delivery: 1-2 working days after dispatch

Orders below 2kg - £4.99

Orders between 2kg-5kg - £8.99

Orders above 5kg - £13.99

Orders above £100 - FREE


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Orders above £250 - FREE

All other orders - Shipping starts at £32, exact amount calculated at checkout depending on weight and shipping location.



Europe & the Channel Islands: 2-5 working days after dispatch

Rest of the world: 3-7 working days after dispatch

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Zou Zhou Yuan Estate

Located at an altitude of 1300 meters in Alishan of Chiayi County, the renowned Zou Zhou Estate is perhaps the most famous of all Taiwanese coffee farms. Owner Cheng-Lun Fang, nicknamed ‘The Coffee Prince of Taiwan’, comes from a family of tea and orchid farmers, who planted their first coffee plants in 1996 after they were gifted by the Japanese. Mr Fang himself became involved in coffee farming in 2000 after returning home from working in Taipei, and from there he became highly dedicated to studying and deepening his understanding on coffee production.
Mr Fang’s dedication to coffee cultivation started to pay off in 2007, when Taiwan held its first coffee-related contest, the ‘Taiwan Coffee Bean Guide’ competition, and Zou Zhou Estate won first place. Since then, Zou Zhou Estate’s coffee has gone on to win a multitude of other competitions, including the Ten Great Agricultural Awards and the ‘Best of Taiwan’ coffee award on multiple occasions. Mr. Fang is now a highly respected and well-known expert in the Taiwanese coffee industry and has continued to make great developments in the coffee sphere, including the discovery of a previously unnamed African coffee variety growing on his farm - which he has dubbed the So'ngna varietal, meaning 'best' in his native Tsou language.

Zou Zhou Estate’s micro-lots are often only available at private auction, and regularly achieve record-breaking prices. This exclusive lot of geisha coffee is naturally processed and exceptionally bright - placing in the top 10 in the ‘Best of Taiwan’ 2023 auction.

A classic Natural processed coffee with fruity notes in a rounded cup, redolent of Taiwan’s flora. Complete with a bright acidity and citrus undertones of yuzu and tangerine.

Green coffee beans

For micro-roasters, wholesalers, and home roasters, all our coffee varieties are available as green (raw) unroasted beans. Green coffee beans almost never expire. For larger wholesale orders, please contact us via our wholesale page.

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