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All fine-quality green beans are approved by 2 CQI qualified Q-graders and are scored according to the cup assessment guidelines set by the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) in Japan. The final score is counted as an average value for reference.


Our Hong Kong Roasting Team use 2 different degrees of roasting time to form 2 different levels of coffee beans.  

We have a JCQA Certified Master in Coffee and 2 Q-graders (Arabica) credentialed by the CQI (Coffee Quality Institute) in the team to verified the level of green coffee beans.  We use precise instruments and professional knowledge to distinguish their quality.  In addition to quality control, the Japanese professional J.C.Q.A Certified Master in Coffee is also responsible for the procurement of green coffee beans.

The Japanese professional J.C.Q.A Certified Master in Coffee is responsible for the procurement and quality control of green coffee beans.

In Japan and Hong Kong, green coffee bean storage warehouses have strict regulations on temperature and humidity control to ensure the freshness of green coffee beans.

As early as 1888, the first coffee shop in Japan was established named "Kahiichakan”.  In 1911, the first coffee chain "Café Paulista" opened in Ginza, Tokyo which has been established for 100 years. The profound coffee-drinking culture has made Japan become the third largest coffee bean empire in the world now, only after Europe and US as well as the No. 1 in Asia.