Roast Profile: Medium/Dark
Flavor Notes: Caramel, milk chocolate, and hints of lemon
The rarity of coffee from Papua New Guinea can be considered with the knowledge that the country supplies only 1% of the worlds Arabica variation. Still, this commodity remains a major source of income for the country's rural economy. Papua New Guinea Plantation A/X coffee is grown in the villages of Upper Bena and Samogo in the Unagi Bena and Okapa districts of the Highland regions. This coffee is carefully cultivated and grown at an altitude of 1600-1800 meters above sea level . It is known for it’s round acidity and flavor notes of caramel, milk chocolate, and hints of lemon and citrus fruit.