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Tasting Notes

blueberries, Molasses and Chocolate


Origin: Papa new guinea

Variety: Arusha, Bourbon, Typica

Altitude: 1700-2000

Processing: Washed

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 Lamari is the name of a river that runs through the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea (PNG). At an altitude of between 1,700 and 2,000 meters above sea level, we find terraces where coffee is grown on small plantations. Many small farmers in Papua New Guinea process their cherries at home. Farmers pulp their cherries, usually with small pulping drums or other methods by hand. After washing the cherry to remove any remaining mucilage, the producers put the seeds to dry. This results in a washed processed coffee with notes of blackberry, molasses and chocolate. Papua New Guinea is a country where almost a third of the population lives in extreme poverty and a large portion in poverty. This happens with special virulence in rural areas, where a great part of the population lives and where 85% of the country’s coffee is harvested. The cultivation of specialty coffee, through paying a fair price and continuous investment to improve the industry and the knowledge of coffee farmers in Papua New Guinea, is helping them improve their quality of life and their resources. In this way they can also help their local communities to have a more dignified life.


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