Papua New Guinea coffee for Espresso
An origin that is fairly new to the scene but poses an exciting future in the industry.
Papa New Guinea produces a modest amount of coffee in comparison to other countries but is a huge industry for the country with around 2.5 million people working in coffee which is half of the population. As a country a few barriers are going to have to be overcome before they really start to be a common origin on the shelves of speciality coffee shops. 95% of the coffee produced in Papua New Guinea is done so by small holders, although it hopefully will be come a positive in years to come because of the uniqueness of microlot coffee it currently is a problem as farmers don’t have that appropriate machinery to process the coffee so are forced to sell to large washing stations who mix the coffee.
Coffee from Papua New Guinea has complex taste profiles. The uniqueness of the coffee industry in Papua New Guinea lends itself to the flavours of the coffee it produces, while clean they have a buttery sweetness and often floral notes that evolve into juicy fruits.
We have a huge selection of both blended and single origin espresso coffees from artisan roasters. They range from espresso beans giving a luxurious crema and rich chocolatey, nutty flavours, thru to some lighter roasted beans that produce vibrant and bright espressos.
Use the filtering below to help you find the espresso coffees you are after.
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Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Mystere et Prestige: Papua New Guinea, Arokara Coop, Washed
From Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Papua New Guinea produces some amazing coffees and we think we’ve got one of them! This AA Arokara comes from farms that were originally set up to use modern farming methods but in the last 10-15 years have now returned back to traditional methods...