Papua New Guinea Baroida Nº 139
Papua New Guinea Baroida Nº 139
Papua New Guinea Baroida Nº 139
Papua New Guinea Baroida Nº 139

Papua New Guinea Baroida Nº 139

From £7.95

Tastes Like:

Molasses, Date, Liquorice

Roast:

Fresh off the back of the February Traditional Subscription - this coffee is rich in flavour and makes for an indulgent sticky pudding taste!  Remote farmlands Read more

About Papua New Guinea Baroida Nº 139

Fresh off the back of the February Traditional Subscription - this coffee is rich in flavour and makes for an indulgent sticky pudding taste! 

Remote farmlands and high rainfall pose challenges to coffee cultivation in PNG. The Colbran family have employed strict quality control and encouraged shade canopy growth to protect the more delicate coffee trees. In doing so they have built a strong reputation for highly graded coffees in the region. This lot from the estate boasts classic flavours of dark brown sugar and sticky dried fruits.

Size: SMALL 250g

£7.95
£27.05

Grind: WHOLE BEAN

Whole Bean If you grind your own beans
Cafetiere Suitable for Cafetiere & Chemex, coarse grind
Filter Suitable for Drip & V60 filters, Aeropress & Stovetop
Espresso Suitable for Espresso machines (for DeLonghi choose Filter grind)
Good to know…
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    Free delivery when you spend over £25
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    Dispatched next working day
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    Roasted fresh to every order
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    Our packaging is completely recycable

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Roasted & dispatched the next working day via Royal Mail Tracked service.

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Kianantu, Western Highlands

Process

Washed

Producers

Colbran Family

Grown

Baroida Estate

Altitude

1700m - 1850m

Varietals

Arusha, Bourbon, Mundo Novo & Typica

The Baroida estate was founded by Ben Colbran in 1962, and he was one of the first to cultivate coffee in the Eastern Highlands of the country. Now his son Nichol owns and manages the farm and mill where the coffee cherries are processed. The family have become closely in-tune with the unique climate and soil conditions of PNG, and have adapted traditional Kenyan methods of farming. High rainfall and frequent flooding make coffee cultivation very tricky, so the Colbran family implemented a system of drainage ditches and shade-cover in the form of indegenous trees. They have been coffee pioneers in the region, and have even begun processing coffee cherries for neighbouring farms.

Ash says...

A versatile coffee that makes for great espresso. Short shots served black are punchy and sweet, a flat white is dessert-like and indulgent!

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