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Papua New Guinea, Kigabah Peaberry

$15.99$89.95

These round little peaberry coffee beans pack a punch of flavor reminiscent of a Kenya with caramel notes.

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Product Information

Origin Facts
Altitude: 1600 masl
Variety: Typica, Arucia
Processing Method: washed
Species: Arabica

Tasting Notes
Aroma: kenya-like, red fruit, butterscotch
Taste: fruit punch, papaya, caramel
Body: round
Finish: clean, lemonbalm

This Papua New Guinea Peaberry comes from the Kigabah Estate, which is located in Banz in the Western Highlands Province. It is grown at 1520 meters above sea level in nutrient rich volcanic soil. At this elevation, the coffee is able to mature slowly, which in turn creates a dense bean and a complex flavor profile.

The Kigabah Estate was originally established in the 1960s by Australian farmers who were part of a development program run by the Australian government. By the 1980s, Papua New Guinea had achieved independence and had reclaimed the land taken from local farmers and tribesmen. The Kigabah Estate remains as one of the few plots of land still owned by foreign investors. In addition to producing some of the finest coffee in the region, the Kigabah Estate continues to help employ local communities and support local schools and health centers.

 

About Our Coffee

Organic

Certified organic coffee is produced according to sustainable practices, without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or other harmful agrochemicals. In order for a coffee to be certified organic, the farm must undergo evaluation from an independent certifying agency. The U.S. has its own organic standards, requiring a roasting facility to be annually inspected and certified in order to be labeled ’organic.’

Fair Trade

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Shade Grown

A traditional farming method in which coffee trees are grown alongside other crops under a canopy of taller trees. The mixture of vegetation prevents erosion and protects the coffee from harsh weather. Shade grown farms also provide vital wildlife habitat.