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Papua Kigabah

Taste profile: black currant, chocolate, caramel
Altitude: 1600 mamls
Area: Banz (Western Highlands) – Kigabah
Classification: A/X Plus PSC
Variety: Typica
Collection: May 2020
Processing: washed
Score: 84

Shortcut PSC is used in Papua New Guinea to refer to Premium Smallholders Coffee. However, these farmers have to travel a long time to bring their coffee to the processing station, so some offer them a kind of transitional method: they provide them with tools that allow them to "pit" their coffee right after harvest and select their crops. So none of the season’s growth goes to waste. Most coffee exports from this country are organic.

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Freshly roasted coffee beans just as you like it! Try roasted coffee beans Papua New Guinea for a round, mild, black currant flavour. First and even most importantly, we have loved this one for years and we think we can never stop. However, this is certainly one of yours favourite.

Shortcut PSC is used in Papua New Guinea to refer to Premium Smallholders Coffee. However, these farmers have to travel a long time to bring their coffee to the processing station, so some offer them a kind of transitional method: they provide them with tools that allow them to “pit” their coffee right after harvest and select their crops. So none of the season’s growth goes to waste. Most coffee exports from this country are organic.

Taste profile: black currant, chocolate, caramel

Altitude: 1600 mamls

Area: Banz (Western Highlands) – Kigabah

Classification : A/X Plus PSC

Variety: Typica

Collection: May 2020

Processing: washed

Score:84

Coffee trees grow at altitude from 1600 mamsl, which is probably really high for any plants to grow. Despite this fact, the coffee from here are really unique. The number two fact of uniqueness because of transport from war country to the whole wide world. We are really grateful for projects like Long Miles – they do a really good job.

Classification: SHG EP

In this blend we can mostly find Typica, because that is a very common variety in Papua New Guinea. Above all it contains Caturra, Catuaí and Sarchimore as well.

Collection of cherries happened at April 2020.

SCA scored this blend on 84 points, which by any means it´s a good cup of specialty coffee.

Try once, next time yours roasted coffee beans Papua New Guinea will charm you even most!

If you ever drinked papuan coffee, you must certainly know what we are talking about.

 

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250g, 1kg

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