Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is often lumped in with Indonesian coffees. But it is distinct in nearly every way. Papua New Guinea occupies the eastern half of the island it shares with Irian Jaya, which produces only a token amount of coffee itself. Its a world away from Java or Sumatra, geographically, culturally, and in most aspects of coffee production. The multitudinous ethnic groups of PNG share nothing in common with the Bahasa or Batak or Gayo peoples, or the many other Indonesian groups. And the coffee is not wet-hulled as many Indonesia coffees are; they are wet-processed, which might sound similar in name but is remarkably different in terms of the resulting cup flavors.

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  • Papua New Guinea Bauka Plantation

    This Papua New Guinea coffee cups like some of our best Sumatras. A thick, rustic-syrup sweetness, inky body, and slight fruited top notes. Acidity is low in the profile but not completely absent, and tea-like. Earthy and aromatic wood notes come out as the coffee cools. City+ to Full City+. Learn More
    $5.95
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    (or less)

  • Papua New Guinea Bauka Ginipa

    Bauka Ginipa has high level of sweetness in the cup and in concert with roasted grain and nut, has a flavor of sweet barley tea. City+ is the starting point roast-wise for this coffee, building max sweetness and hefty body. City+ to Full City+. Learn More
    $6.00
    /lb
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