Papua New Guinea Coffee

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Papua New Guinea Coffee

Papua New Guinea Coffee: Full-Bodied, Sweet, and Delicate

Papua New Guinea coffee is a single origin coffee that is grown on the steep slopes of the Waghi Valley. It has a full-bodied, sweet, and delicate flavor with subtle wine overtones and complex, date-like fruit flavors ending with a long, syrup finish. The coffee is grown by seriously cool people.

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When Was Coffee Introduced to Papua New Guinea?

Coffee was first introduced to Papua New Guinea in the late 19th century during British and German colonization. Arabica coffee was introduced from Jamaican seed stock in the 1920s and became commercially viable during the 1950s.

Where is Most of the Coffee Grown in Papua New Guinea?

Most of the coffee in Papua New Guinea is grown in the highlands, where an estimated 87,000 hectares are under cultivation. The coffee is mostly produced by smallholder coffee farmers with under 2.5 hectares of coffee trees in their garden.