There were a lot of hipsters in this place (visitors), don’t know why. The staff are all friendly and serve great coffee! The breakfast was ok (the omelet was so-so but the bread with coffee jam was great!).
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This coffee house uses its profit to provide clean drinking water to schools in Laos. Not only that one feels good by contributing to their good cause, but also their coffee itself is quite good. High quality Bolaven arabica coffee.
This is a place where coffee is celebrated in a great way directly in the heart of the Bolaven Plateau. From here you can plan your next trip talk to the wonderful staff about coffee in Lao PDR or just read books about this unique...More
Lovely people, really knowledgeable on the products and all are doing it for the local community, which was so nice to hear and see. Great place to stop by and visit :)
I went to this coffee house twice and both times was very very happy with my coffee and experience. I was able to have some really good chats with the owner and he was able to tell me all about the company and the coffee....More
We stopped on our bike ride around the Pakse loop, just when it started raining we were happy to find this place and learn more about the coffee culture and the first philantrophic cafe in the world, supporting local communities for fresh water as a...More
As we were motorbiking through the Bolaven Plateau we needed to try this amazing coffee from rthe region and this was just the place. It was started by a man from Seattle and his mission is amazing and simple - ensure that the farmers growing...More
We came here 3 different times in two days! Tho was so warm and friendly. We love the space they have created and their mission behind their business. Their goal is to provide clean water to as many people as possible through their love of...More