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Coffee from Asia-Pacific

Coffee beans from Asia-Pacific tend to be heavier, darker and earthier than other countries and have a longer aftertaste. 
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Rinaldos Coffee: Papua New Guinea, Kunjin, Washed Rinaldos Coffee: Papua New Guinea, Kunjin, Washed
from 225g: £6.95
From Rinaldo's Coffee: Kunjin, named after the region of Papua New Guinea, is the name of coffees processed at a centralized plantation mill called Kindeng, in the Kindeng region of the Western Highlands. The mill purchases cherries from smallholder farmers who each has about 1. 5 hectares of land, growing...
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Rounton Coffee Roasters: Sumatra, Atu Lintang, Pulped Natural Rounton Coffee Roasters: Sumatra, Atu Lintang, Pulped Natural
from 250g: £8.25
What makes this coffee different to Rounton’s other Sumatran offerings is that the lots have been processed centrally rather than by the individual farmers in the cooperative which leads to a more uniform quality and taste. Sumatran coffees undergo a unique processing method called Giling Basah in which beans are...
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