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Papua New Guinea Organic

Our Purosa AX Papua New Guinea Organic coffee is a Vournas Coffee Trading exclusive, one that flew under the radar for awhile until a bunch of our roasters discovered its beauty. Our Papua New Guinea organic coffee is grown in the Eastern Highlands, specifically Ivangoi, Purosa and Okapa valleys by over 3,000 farmers and certified organic through the Highland Organic Agricultural Cooperative. A majority of the farmers of this Papua New Guinea organic coffee are growing their coffee varieties in small gardens within their tribal villages, which have for centuries largely kept intact their individual languages and customs. Some of the trees which produce our Purosa A Papua New Guinea Organic coffee are 25+ years old, producing less fruited cherries, but also a higher sugar content than younger crops, which of course translates to a sweeter and more complex cup.

Is Papua New Guinea Organic the green coffee for you?

Qualities, Characteristics
& Brew Methods

Cane sugar sweetness, medium acidity and creamy body with sweet caramel overtones and a slight cocoa note on the finish.

This lot of Papua New Guinea organic coffee is pulped and dried in parchment then loaded on trucks to make the muddy trek down dirt roads to Goroka where it is milled, graded and bagged. Exporting is done through the Port of Lae, which is the country’s largest and busiest port.

Incredibly Papua New Guinea farms can accommodate two crop cycles per year due to its famously mineral-rich, volcanic topsoil and jungle climate. We have traveled the world over in our search for amazing coffee and it is our opinion that the farms in Papua New Guinea have the best soil, climate and overall growing conditions that we have ever seen—regardless of crop, if you plant the seeds, they’ll grow! Somehow Papua New Guinea coffees have flown under the radar of American specialty coffee purveyors, although we suspect this will not be the case for much longer.

Our Purosa A Papua New Guinea Organic coffee is excellent for blending and espresso, but please, drink it straight too, as it shines as a straight single origin! It takes a dark roast very well and puffs up nicely after a friendly roasting. It is very well processed and much cleaner in the cup than most Sumatras. This is a truly wonderful coffee that should be a regular player in your collection of “house” coffees. If we played favorites, it would be the house favorite at the Vournas Coffee Trading cupping table. If you haven’t tasted the good news yet, what are you waiting for?!

 

Coffee Origin

Eastern Highlands

Ivangoi, Purosa & Okapa Valleys

HOAC

2,000 - 5,000 ft (600 - 1500m)

Year Round, Peak May - Jul

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Check out our green coffee offerings. Available coffees are currently in warehouse, while forward/afloat can be contracted to receive at a later date. Samples can be sent upon request.

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Shipping Information & Policy

Customers can choose which warehouse location is most convenient for them and arrange for their own pickup and delivery of their coffee, or we can make these arrangements for you. Coffee is generally shipped 10 bags to a pallet.

Place Your Order

Place your order at (805) 379-5252 or email sales@vournascoffee.com using the online form. New customers are required to pay in advance with credit card or bank wire transfer prior to shipment of coffee.

Product Shipment

If the warehouse receives all the paperwork, including BOL if we handle shipping, before 11 AM PST the product usually ships out the next day.

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