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According to many documents, coffee emerged from the 9th or 10th centuries thanks to the goats in Capfa (today belongs to Ethiopia). The story begins when these goats refused to "rest" just because they ate a plant with white flowers, red fruits even till the darkness. Strangely, the Kaldi shepherd told the priests in the area and then the coffee was discovered since then. Thanks to its mesmerizing taste, coffee is becoming a popular drink all over the world. But in Vietnam, when is coffee known?

Following the French, the coffee comes to Vietnam–diminutive country with magnanimous history

Not standing behind the native tea, coffee in Vietnam has gone through a long journey, witnessing the rises and falls in Vietnamese history.
Followed by the French priests, coffee came to Vietnam from 1857. Initially, coffee was planted in some northern provinces such as Tuyen Quang, Ninh Binh, Ha Nam ... Then gradually, the post of coffee expanded to the central provinces of such as such as Quang Tri, Quang Binh. After moving to the South of the Central Highlands and the South East, people realized that the Central Highlands was a right place to provide environmental, conditions, circumstances for coffee. And by nature, the Central Highlands became the capital of coffee in Vietnam.
It is possible to summarize the exploring and conquering journey of coffee in Vietnam through the following milestones:
  • In 1857, coffee officially came to Vietnam.
  • In 1888, the first coffee post was built by French in Ke So, the North of Vietnam. At that time, the variety of planned coffee was Arbica coffee
  • In 1908, the French brought 2 more variety of coffee to Vietnam: Robustavà Liberica.
  • In 1945, the coffee area in the whole country reached 10.000 ha, especially provinces in the North.
  • After 1975, coffee developed strongly in the Central Highland and initially marked a new era of Vietnam's coffee growing and manufacturing industry.

How many kinds of coffee are there in Vietnam nowadays?

Throughout the long-term of development, coffee has become a cultivar associated with the national identity. Even so, the coffee has raised the value of Vietnamese agriculture, bringing Vietnam to the second largest coffee export country in the world.
Currently, coffee in Vietnam is divided into 3 main branches:
  • First: Arabica coffee – The oldest coffee variety on earth. In Vietnam, Arabica coffee is divided into branches such as Catimor, Bourbon, Typica and Catuai.
  • Second: Robusta coffee with two main branches:  Robusta Se và Robusta Cao San.
  • Third: Cherry coffee (also known as Liberica)is also divided into two main branches: Liberica and Exelsa.
Each variety has its own unique flavor but they share the common feature – the glamour taste that easily pleases the consumers, which make enjoying a cup of coffee every morning or inviting friends to gather, talk and enjoy coffee has become a habit that hard to resist of Vietnamese people.


Located in the Central Highlands, Gia Lai naturally take advantage of the whole natural scenery of the sublime mountains and forests there. Because of the rugged terrain, many mountains, and jungles that our ancestors chose this place as an important base for historical battles. Up to now, Gia Lai has continued its heroic tradition, becoming Vietnam’s "essential area" in producing coffee, making a great contribution to the national economy.

Gia Lai – A heroic epic land

Gia Lai is the cradle of ancient culture, rich of national identity. Coming to Gia Lai, you have the opportunity to see the Rong house with unique architecture of the Jarai and Bahnar. The eye-catching traditional costumes and natural instruments that emiting lush sounds of the mountains such as gongs, K'ni, Lithophone, K'long pút.... Moreover, this land still retains the national festivals associated with the life of the people such as buffalo stabbing ceremony, new rice ceremony, mourning ceremony.
Thanks to the mountainous terrain, Gia Lai was chosen by our ancestors as a base in many historical battles. Gia Lai is proud to be the chosen land of Tay Son Nguyen Hue–the ancient Vietnamese hero, the hometown of Nup–Vietnamese Hero, the Ladrăng valley, and Chubong tops ... with the majestic monumental, indomitable. Gia Lai has many historical sites that have been ranked nationally such as Stor Resistance Village, Pleiku Reservoir ...

The attractive of Gia Lai comes not only from the people, cultural traditions, history but also from a plant…

Coming to Gia Lai, you are not only overwhelmed by the long-standing tradition of culture, hospitable and friendly people, but also a special species. The tree called "coffee". Talking about Gia Lai, people often remember a land with the sun, the wind, the blue sky, white clouds, majestic mountains, red soil plateau. The land was filled with the endless coffee plantations. In Gia Lai, you can enjoy both the Arabica coffee with a very seductive aroma, the Robusta coffee with strong flavor, giving the consumers an endless source of energy and Liberica coffee with a unique mark that you can only know when you enjoy it.
Do you know that there is also “snow” in Gia Lai? The special kind of “snow” – the pride of people there. Those are coffee’s flowers which are as white as snowflakes. From a distance, people thought that the snowflakes are stagnating on the branches with a passionate aroma that hard to describe. Initially, coffee flowers didn’t have the white color but were in light green. But then they gradually turned into white, which brought Gia Lai a unique charm. Coffee in Gia Lai is very beautiful. They are beautiful from their appearance to their taste. Every time coming to Gia Lai, everyone brings back a bag of coffee to enjoy or give them to their beloved as a souvenir


“Coffee should be black as hell, strong as death and sweet as love”. However, can coffee keep their “pure and standard peerage” in Vietnam?

GBF has a special bond with coffee. For GBF, coffee is not one kind of drink but a soulmate.

In a sorrow day, a cup of bitter coffee would be like a bass piece of music, each drop of coffee falling down as if deposited all the time. And then after enjoying the coffee, the sorrow also calms down like the sweet aftertaste of coffee in the throat.
When you are happy, coffee becomes a soulmate, connect with other friends. Since then, the joy will last forever, shared with more people. It becomes more resemble the great aftertaste of coffee, which is hard to obtain by any other drinks.
However, with the mix coffee market today, cups of coffee are no longer "the only substance" anymore. They are blended with dozens of other impurities. Anger will not change the problem. Instead, you need to take action. And that is the reason that GBF decided to choose coffee as its main product.

“I love the pure coffee, I want to bring everyone the cup of cleanest coffee” - GBF COFFEE

GBF chooses coffee as we want to produce clean coffee. GBF wants to bring the true value of coffee beans to everyone.
Why, Vietnam - the second largest coffee exports country in the world, but their own people cannot enjoy a cup of pure coffee? Harassing with the question and for that reason, GBF has come to the decision of today. It is "making clean coffee, selling clean coffee and enjoy clean coffee". For GBF, coffee is a drink for the spirit, the soul, creative inspiration and to enjoy the life. Therefore, the principle of GBF is to honor Vietnamese coffee, providing authentic quality coffee beans to Vietnam. No matter it is a cup of black coffee or milk coffee but the purity, sweet aftertaste and the great exciting spirit will never change!


Vietnam is the second largest growing and manufacturing coffee country in the world. For that reason, Vietnamese deserve to enjoy an international standard cup of coffee: pure, clean with a passionate aroma. GBF COFFEE proud to be the trademark that provides those good products to consumers.

GBF COFFEE – clean coffee from the farm to production.

For a stable development, what you need to do is respect the original value, the original essence of nature. This motto is true for all fields of industry, there is no exception, even in growing and producing coffee. GBF COFFEE understands clearly that motto. We always appreciate the natural essence of each coffee bean. A cup of coffee is only good when mixed with pure coffee beans, from the right temperature of water to the exact process, also the good coffee growing method.
GBF COFFEE complies with strict technical standards from growing coffee on-farm to the final products roasting. We only harvest materials in planted areas in accordance with the GBF standard. The honest, hardworking farmers make real coffee beans, real value with excellent quality. Coffee beans at this time absorb the essence of natural sunshine, the sky of the plateau, absorbed the diligence, meticulous care of growers.

GBF COFFEE only roasting the standard coffee beans.

Not only meets all the standards during coffee growing, but GBF COFFEE's products also are thoroughly tested in all steps. After harvesting, the beans will be selected again and only when they meet the standards will they be roasted, packaged and delivered to customers. Without the greasy smell of butter, GBF COFFEE has a natural aroma, feature, passionate and easily please the consumers. The cup of coffee has a purely natural taste: bitter, with a bit of delicate acidity but sweet aftertaste that creates a wholeness from the taste to the soul.
GBF COFFEE will help you to enjoy the coffee intact value, authentic Vietnamese coffee clean and completely healthy.



  • G stands for Gia Lai and GLOBAL (the desire to spread our business to the world, brings the products to international customers)
  • BF stands for Baverage & Food: GBF first develops coffee and penetrates into the beverage market initially, rooted in beverages. In the future, GBF will have more products related to "Food" such as GBF CASHEWS, GBF PEPPERS, ...
  1. Logo of GBF:

The trademark of GBF is integrated harmoniously, the intersection has a picture of stilt house with the pattern as an icon of the Central Highland.
  1. Packaging:

GBF has always focused on protecting consumers' health and the environment. That’s why GBF always attend to the manufacturing process to produce clean coffee and GBF uses environmental friendly Kraft paper.

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