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Available as Wholebeans - Ground Medium Fine for filter machines - Ground Coarse for Cafetieres
Ground Fine for use in Espresso Machines.
Looking for something new, different, and interesting? New Guinea Coffee is a great choice. Our take on this brilliant brew is grown only on small family estates, hand picked, and sundried. With unique, full-bodied characteristics with a light, delicate flavour and complex overtones. Medium-roasted to perfection, New Guinea Coffee is a delight to the senses with its lovely, rich aroma bringing your morning cup to life.
Our coffees are roasted with the latest state-of-the-art Neuhaus Neotec fluidised air-bed system, which primarily uses convection heat transfer to roast the coffee beans. Start your day the right way, start it with New Guinea Coffee.
Neighbouring both Indonesia and Australia, the country of Papua New Guinea has been producing coffee since the 1800’s. However, it wasn’t really until the 1920’s that commercial production really took off. Since then, the Papua New Guinean Industry has had numerous highs and lows.
The 1960’s saw vast improvements to the country’s infrastructure, making it easier to transport coffee. A decade later and another boost was delivered following a slump in the Brazilian coffee market due to frost, which in turn bolstered Papua New Guinea’s Industry. Then, in the 1980’s, the coffee boom saw many plantation owners incur debts they later couldn’t repay. After a peak in the 1990’s, a depression in coffee prices dealt Papua New Guinea yet another major blow to their industry.
Today, Papua New Guinea’s economy has, for the most, recovered from its slump although more than 90% of the coffee grown in the country is on smallholder farms or small village “coffee gardens”. The rest is grown on large plantations dotted sparsely across the landscape.
Around 75% of the coffee grown in Papua New Guinea is found in the western and eastern highlands; other areas include Chimbu, Morobe, and Enga. Yet all in all, the country accounts for less than 1% of the world’s total coffee production. Approximately one million bags per year are shipped to Germany, Australia, Japan, the United States and, of course, the UK.
Through our nurturing hands, we are proud to only buy in Papua New Guinean Coffee from sustainable sources. More than two million people in the country depend on coffee either directly or indirectly for their livelihood. Support these ever-growing communities relying on coffee growing and producing throughout Papua New Guinea today; choose The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company and make a difference to both a nation and your taste buds.
- Caffeine LevelMedium
- Time of DayLunchtime, Afternoon
- CountrySouth America