Green Land Estate

Green Land Estate is a family business owned and managed by U Sai Wan. The farm covers 450 acres and has become one of the leading producers of speciality coffee in Myanmar.




1200+ masl


Catimor (Costa Rica variant), SL34, Yellow Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai and Geisha.

Meet The Producers

Green Land estate lies on the road between Pyin Oo Lwin and Mogok,
near the border of Mandalay Division and Northern Shan State. This is
a family business led by U Sai Wan, who has childhood memories of
seeing coffee farms along the road near Pyin Oo Lwin each time his
parents took him from Yangon to visit family in Northern Shan. Now he
runs one of the largest arabica plantations in the country (about 450
acres) and has won awards over multiple years of Myanmar’s national
quality competitions.

U Sai Wan is a leading innovator in Myanmar’s specialty coffee
industry, winning national quality competitions for his Green Land
coffees. He also plays a key role in Myanmar Coffee Association,
alongside his position as Sales Director at Mandalay Coffee Group.He
operates the estate together with his uncle and aunt, along with two
local agronomists and many local workers.

Harvesting & Processing

Washed coffees - These are first floated in water to remove defects and then pulped and fermented for 48 hours dry in concrete tanks. After fermentation, the coffee is washed to remove the mucilage.

Drying takes place on concrete patios for 7 to 10 days.

Natural coffees - Cherries are floated and hand sorted to remove defects. They are then spread out ot dry on raised tables to dry. This can take up to 30 days depending on weather conditions and the target amount of fermentation.