Papua New Guinea Plantation A/X

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  • Country : Papua New Guinea
  • Score: 87-89

  • Papua New Guinea Plantation A/X

This natural Plantation A/X refers to its high quality grade and size.  “A” is its quality grade while “X” refers to its uniform size.

The Western Highlands Province is centrally located in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. It shares common borders with Jiwaka, Enga, Southern highlands, Simbu and Madang provinces. It is the highest producing coffee region in the country. In the past, land selection for coffee production was not based on scientific principles. So coffee gardens and estates were developed on what land became available. The volcanic soil in this area is very fertile, making it one of the biggest coffee cherry supply of Papua New Guinea..

Taste a complex and unique cup that is aromatic and sweet. Look for notes of tropical and red fruits. Next to them a remarkable juicy aftertaste along with winey acidity. This PNG coffee jewel shows a balanced sweetness too.

In conclusion, this PNG natural processed coffee is a great coffee ! It is at its best when you brew it as a pour over for instance via the V60 or as wild SO espresso as well !

  • Country : Papua New Guinea
  • Farm : Various
  • Region : Western Highland Province
  • Varietal(s) : Bourbon, Typica, Arusha
  • Growing elevation : 1600-1900 m.a.s.l.
  • Processing : Natural
  • Profile, Aroma and Flavor notes : Tropical fruits like mango,  strawberry, full body, winey and juicy acidity.
  • Score: 87-89 (Specialty Coffee Scoring)
  • Bag Size : 250 grams
  • Information you may need ..

SCA (Speciality Coffee Association) scores coffee in a process called cupping in ten different areas in order to reach a coffee score (Specialty Coffee Scoring). The summation gives the overall score of the coffee.

We prefer send you only whole beans in Biotre packaging. This way your coffee will be more fresh and less stressed due to traveling when you taste it.

In case you need to grind your coffee somehow please leave a comment in the comment section so we tried to do our best to grind your coffee in the proper way.



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