18. December | Plantation Sigri PB - Papua-Neuguinea Espresso

What you should know about this coffee


This peaberry develops intense flavour notes you might be tasting already.

Recommended brewing ratio

1:2 ratio, 19gr coffee für 40gr espresso, brewing time: 30-35 secs.

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About the coffee

The coffee comes from Sigri Farm in Papua New Guinea. After the cherries are hand-picked, they are then mechanically seeded, washed and sun-dried. It is a varietal blend of Arusha, Maragogype, Bourbon and Typica.

The stunningly fertile soil of Papua Island ensures that the coffee has rich flavors. This coffee is a true winter coffee: the notes of spices, sweet raisins and juicy apples are reminiscent of a warm apple strudel!

About the farm

Sigri Coffee Estate was founded in the 1950s by Tom Cole. Later, the farm was purchased by WR Carpenters. The group of companies is the largest coffee and tea exporter in the country, covering the entire value chain from cultivation to processing and direct global export.

The Sigri Estate farm is located at an altitude of 1,525 meters in the flat and fertile Waghi Valley near Mount Hagen, a city in Papua New Guinea and the capital of the Western Highlands province in the interior of the country.

The soils are of volcanic origin and accordingly particularly fertile. The shade trees provide ideal growing conditions. Regular rainfall and good sunlight form the basis for good growth and a round cup profile.

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