Flavour notes: Dark Chocolate and Maple syrup sweetness
Coffee is the highest foreign exchange earner for Papua New Guinea, the majority of which is grown in the Eastern Highland Province, the Western Highland Province, and Simbu. With the industry not derived on a colonial plantation-based system, production is largely by small farmers with land holdings that grow as little as 20 trees per plot.
This coffee has a smooth decadent dark chocolate taste with a Medium body and a gentle delicate maple syrup sweetness.
Family Farm | Hand Picked | Uncertified Organic
Journey to the lush and remote highlands of Papua New Guinea, where the rich history of coffee cultivation unfolds. Nestled in the rugged terrains and fertile volcanic soils, Papua New Guinea's coffee plantations have been thriving for over a century.
The origins of coffee in Papua New Guinea trace back to the late 1800s when it was introduced by colonial settlers. Since then, the indigenous tribes and local farmers have embraced this crop, cultivating it with utmost care and expertise.
Papua New Guinea's unique geographic location, coupled with the diverse microclimates, imparts a distinct character to its coffees. The beans are predominantly grown on small family-owned farms where traditional methods are cherished. This includes hand-picking the ripe cherries and employing the wet-processing technique, resulting in exceptional cleanliness and clarity in the cup.
Renowned for their medium body, bright acidity, and delightful flavors ranging from tropical fruits to dark chocolate, Papua New Guinea coffees are a testament to the dedication and skill of the local farming communities.
At our retail coffee store, we take pride in curating the finest Papua New Guinea coffees, ethically sourced from these passionate farmers. Immerse yourself in the legacy of Papua New Guinea's coffee heritage and experience the remarkable flavors that these beans have.
Welcome to Coffee Dominion, where we celebrate the unique flavours of single origin coffees. Delve into the world of single origin coffees and discover a truly distinctive and exceptional coffee experience.
Unlike blends, single origin coffees are sourced from a specific region or even a single farm, highlighting the flavours that are inherent to that particular origin. These coffees possess a character and terroir that reflect the specific climate, soil, and cultivation techniques of their origin.
At Coffee Dominion, we meticulously select single origin coffees that showcase their own captivating flavour profiles. From the bright, fruity notes of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe to the rich, chocolatey undertones of Colombian Supremo, each single origin coffee tells a story through its taste.
Our commitment to quality extends to the roasting process, where we skilfully roast each batch to highlight the unique characteristics of the beans. This results in a cup of coffee that encapsulates the true essence of its origin, providing a sensory journey for coffee lovers.
Indulge in the pure, unadulterated flavours of our single origin coffees, and experience the depth and complexity that comes from a coffee grown in a specific corner of the world. At Coffee Dominion, we invite you to savour the unparalleled beauty of single origin coffee and embark on a truly extraordinary coffee adventure.
The following principals produce the best results:
• Weighing your coffee for each cup.
• Grinding your coffee immediately before use.
• Using fresh coffee. Coffee over 3 months old is inevitably stale.
• Monitoring grind size, goal a 4 minute extraction to commence with.
Water quality makes a difference, tap water is treated for health outcomes not quality.
Use the best water quality you can obtain for the best result
See the Brew Table Tab for indicative weights and measures for brewing