PNG Mountain Top
Wild and fruity with gorgeous earthy undertones
Coffee production in Papua New Guinea dates back to 1926/1927 when the first Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee seeds were planted. However, the Coffee Research Institute claims that coffee was introduced to what was then British Papua in 1890, although it is widely accepted that commercial production only took off in the country in the late 1920s.
Poor infrastructure hampers the PNG coffee industry but this also means that it is hard to access commercial chemicals. So whilst it is not officially classified as such, much of the countries coffee is actually organic.
Green Beans, Roasted Beans, Cafetiere Grind, Espresso Grind
125g, 250g, 500g, 1kg