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Papua New Guinea Par Avion

Country of Origin: Papua-New-Guinea
Papua New Guinea Par Avion
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Papua New Guinea, remote outpost of legends, intrigues us in its history and coffee. This is our first coffee from the very remote, relatively inaccessible Simbai region, a jungly, mountainous area bordering the Western Highlands and Sepik Provinces. Coffee is a vital export to the nearly 4000 smallholder farmer who contribute to what we're calling “Par Avion”. Simply stated, these farmers must bring their parchment coffee to a far-away airstrip, where it is weighed, recorded and stored in sheds until a sufficient amount will be jetted away in a cargo plane to Mt. Hagen for final processing and shipment around the world.
Washed process/sun drying still predominates in PNG, unlike a lot of Indonesian region coffee. Typica varietals predominate and farm elevations range from 1600-1900 meters. While we like the light-medium roast as single origin espresso, drip methops show it off more…creamy body, spiky sweet notes of melon, dried apricot, caramel and macha.
 1 lb. bag $14.25 lb.


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