Papua New Guinea

papua new guinea single origin coffee

Nebilyer Papua New Guinea Org A/X

This clean, complex wet processed coffee is sun dried on patios has a baking spice and light-bodied buttery sweetness and a lingering citrus note.

Crop:  2018-19
Drying:  Bourbon, Typica
Elevation:  +1350m
Fragrance:  caramel, spice
Tasting notes:  lemon, cherry, buttery finish
Price:  $14.99 / 400 g





Coffee has been cultivated in the Eastern Highlands for over 80 years. The bulk of it originates from small holder farmers having 1500 and less coffee plants.  Previously, the central valley has been strained because clans and tribes have been at war.  However, with the addition of coffee cultivation, the region has become less hostile.  This specific coffee is a product of a multitude of small holders’ crops originating in many different villages throughout the valley.  The cherries produced by these small holders are taken to the Goroka mill and thoroughly checked for quality control before being prepared for export, resulting in a clean and consistently smooth cup quality.

Pour-over and batch brewing

Espresso

Honduras San Marcos

About San Marcos:  San Marcos in western Honduras is cooperative strictly high grown at an average elevation of 1400m. The coffee is hand sorted to remove any defects.

The Rainforest Alliance (RFA) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) working to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, address deforestation, climate change, systemic poverty, and social inequity. Third-party studies have shown the organization’s approach to be effective in raising both income and net revenue for farmers.

What’s interesting:  Honduras is now the largest producer of coffee in Central America, and 5th largest in the world.

Variety: Catuai, Caturra, Bourbon

Crop: 2018

Tasting notes: citric, chocolate, caramel

Price: $14.99 / 400 g