It is believed that peacocks (kongque) bring good fortunes to the families whose land they nest on. China is catching up fast on the specialty coffee market. As Yunnan, the traditional tea and coffee growing region on the SW, is facing erosion, floods and other climate issues, the local government started to support organic coffee growing on a large scale. They built a lot of coffee quality control labs, dry mills and infrastructure. Young generation of producers focus on specialty coffee and consistent practices in fermentation and processing. This particular lot comes from small to medium sized producers in Yunnan. The coffee is dry milled in the city of Pu'er, which is traditionally famous for it's black tea. This fully washed Catimor is an exciting filter and makes even better espresso.