You will notice that the aromas of this coffee are completely bewitching. With a pleasant acidity and a slightly astringent finish, Papua New Guinea stands out with its notes of dark chocolate. *Description based on TAG roast.
SUGGESTED EXTRACTION METHOD (S)
√ Good for filter/drip coffee
ABOUT THE PLANTATION
This coffee grows on a long mountain range in the Wahgi Valley, located in the province of the Western Highlands.
Thirty thousand years ago, the Wahgi Valley had the most advanced agricultural practices and social organizations in the world. Today, the descendants of these early farmers still use the same technologies developed by their ancestors and follow the highest quality standards to produce this exceptional grade AA grade coffee.
Coffee cultivation remains the main source of income for farmers in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, thanks to the fertile soils.
Harvest period: April to September
Altitude: 1,600 meters above sea level
Cultivar: Typica, Catimor & Catura
Screen size: 18
Process: Washed with fermentation
Caffeine content: Approx. 1.30%
Certifications: Aliments du Québec, Kosher Foods, Rainforest Alliance