Papua New Guinea Mt. Hagen X Grade

Coffee is Papua New Guinea's second largest agricultural export. The majority of the coffee is grown in the highlands, covering a total of 210,000 acres of ground. Small farmers tend to grow the coffee alongside other crops and the product is mostly certified as 'organic coffee'. 

Papua New Guinea produces coffees that are revered for their fascinating acidity and variety. Plus, the island itself is notable for its extraordinary, mountainous topography and the incredible cultural diversity of its thousands of indigenous groups.

Historical changes in infrastructure have reduced the number of centralized coffee plantations in Papua New Guinea. Today, many of its plantations are collections of “coffee gardens”— small plots of as few as 20 plants that are grown alongside subsistence crops. With new processing methods being introduced, these already-incredible coffees continue to increase in quality and consistency.

The X grade means that the largest and smallest beans were left out of the sample for greater uniformity. With increased introduction of modern processing methods, these already incredible coffees continue to grow in quality and consistency.

Preparation Suggestions

  • Espresso
  • Capuccino
  • Lungo
  • Café Crème

Aroma

  • Fruity and Floral
  • Chocolate-Like and Nutty

  • Cereal-Like
  • Roasted

Features

Preparation Mode:
  • Fully Automatic Machines Coffee
Certification:
Organic Coffee
Country of Manufacture:
United Kingdom
Countries of Origin:
Papua New Guinea
Flavor:
Notes of chocolate, stone fruit, and walnuts
Composition:
Single Origin
Coffee Grind:
Whole Bean
Caffeine:
Caffeinated Coffee
Roast Level:
Medium
Aroma

Features

Fruity and Floral:
2
Chocolate-Like and Nutty:
2
Cereal-Like:
2
Roasted:
3
Preparation Suggestions

Features

Café Crème:
4
Capuccino:
3
Espresso:
3
Lungo:
4

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Origin:  Papua New Guinea

Region: Eastern Highlands

Varietal: Typica, Arusha, Bourbon

Grade: X

Altitude: 1,600 m above sea level

Harvest: May-October

Processing: Washed, sun-dried

Roasting Notes:  Medium-Dark Roast

Tasting Notes: Notes of chocolate, stone fruit, and walnuts. This coffee has a delicate, citric acidity combined with a smooth, creamy body. This coffee is a changeable all rounder, and the flavours change depending on how you take your coffee. Bright and punchy citrus acidity when you drink it black, and well-balanced and bold enough for the flavour notes to come through with milk.

  • Roast Level
  • Preparation Suggestion
    Fully Automatic MachineCoffee can be used with fully automatic machines
    Fully Automatic
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