Papua New Guinea - Coffee Gardens
Papua New Guinea - Coffee Gardens cupping notes: Champagne Grapes, Vanilla Creme, Tea Rose
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About Papua New Guinea - Coffee Gardens
Why You'll Love It:
This exceptional coffee, with notes of wild grapes and fresh cream with a clean floral finish, captures the lush flavors of tropical forests in the New Guinea Highlands. There, producers manage small farms and closely focus on each coffee plant to create an incredibly consistent and ripe harvest.
Story of the Bean:
Papua New Guinea is the land of smallholder farmers - producers who each only farm a few hectares of land. The majority of these producers primarily grow food for their own consumption, but many of them also tend a small lot of coffee as a cash crop. These small lots are often called "coffee gardens". This selection, from the verdant highlands of Papua New Guinea, is a prime example of the vibrant and complex coffees cultivated in these small family gardens.
How It’s Made
Process: Fully washed, Sun Dried
Altitude: 1400 - 1800 masl
Producer: Smallholder Farmers
Sweet, Fruity, Nutty
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Best single origin imo
I look forward to every year when this bean becomes available. This is by far my favorite coffee!
This coffee really surprised me- I love it! I am typically a light roast only drinker because I find in many medium and most dark roasts the bitterness really over powers everything. This roast smells sweet and nutty, has a very clean and flavorful taste without any lingering bitterness. I don't use any milks in my coffee and for this roast you definitely don't need it. It's priced a bit above my usual limit, but makes for a nice treat.