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Get to Know This Coffee Like a day when everything goes your way, this coffee takes you on a sweet, rich, giggle-worthy journey. Brew as drip, press, espresso.
Its Nerdy Side This lot, coming from Riverside Mill in the Kabiufa region, is the result of an initiative by Moses Venapo. Fifty smallholder farmers, growing at about 5700 feet, deliver to the mill, where coffees are washed and sorted for export.
Enjoy juicy, sweet chocolate, caramelized sugar, lemon, silky body in this medium roast.
What's Cool Germans and British colonized Papua New Guinea in the 19th century. In the 1920s, commercial coffee production was dominated by a handful of large European or Australian-owned estates, with labor coming from the local indigenous population. Today, while there are still estates and plantations, the majority of coffee production comes from smallholder farmers, each with around 1–2 hectares called “gardens” in which they grow small amounts of coffee as well as whatever else a family or community might need for use or sale. Less than 3 percent of the country is used for commercial agriculture, and forest makes up more than 63 percent of Papua New Guinea’s landscape.