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16. Kunjin – Papua New Guinea Espresso

Praline, Black Tea, Grapefruit
Cultivation

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Kunjin Papua Neuguinea Coffee Farmer

About the Coffee

Praline, Black Tea, Grapefruit

Score:
Sweetness: 3/5 Caramel
Acidity: 3/5 Red Grape
Mouthfeel:
3/5 Clean
Body:
3/5 Sweet and Easy

Variety: Arusha, Bourbon, Typica
Processing: Washed
Harvesting Year: 2021/22
Drying Time: 3-6 days


Suggested brew recipe:
1:2.5 (eg 19g coffee to 47.5 g espresso yield) in 30-35 seconds

About this coffee

This washed coffee from PNG displays a charming balance between a caramel sweetness and a gentle, red grape acidity. The body is clean, and leaves a pleasant and sweet aftertaste.

Map PNG

The farm | Kunjin

This coffee was grown by small holding farmers from the Wahgi Valley in the north of PNG, each with about 2,500 coffee trees on their one-and-a-half hectare plots. They sell their harvest to centralised mills, where the cherries are sorted, depulped, and then dry fermented for 24 hours. They are then washed, removing all the mucilage and parchment from the beans which are finally dried out for tree to six days until they reach the desired moisture content, when they can be sacked up and shipped.

Relationship:
New partner
Producer:
Kunjin
Type of farm:
Cooperative

Region, Country: Wahgi Valley, Western Highlands, Papua New Guinea
Altitude:
1700 masl
Soil type: Fertile soils
Fertilisation method: oragnic
Shade type: Not shade grown
Processing location:
Wahgi Valley Mills
Number of varieties: Various
Harvest season:
Nov-Feb



About the farm

This coffee was grown by small holding farmers from the Wahgi Valley in the north of PNG, each with about 2,500 coffee trees on their one-and-a-half hectare plots. They sell their harvest to centralised mills, where the cherries are sorted, depulped, and then dry fermented for 24 hours. They are then washed, removing all the mucilage and parchment from the beans which are finally dried out for tree to six days until they reach the desired moisture content, when they can be sacked up and shipped.

Espresso läuft durch Siebträger in 19grams Tasse

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Recyclable packaging

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