The Papua New Guinea Sigri AA deviates from the average national coffee because it recalls the precious beans of the famous Jamaica Blue Mountain (one of the best coffee in the world), which historically descends from.
The crops are grown on mountains with volcanic soil at an altitude that ranges between 1000 and 2200 meters above sea level, in the shade of the tropical forest.
The Papua New Guinea Sigri AA coffee collection period extends from April to September.
The processing system is mainly called “washed”, but also the natural, dry one is used.
The AA acronym refers to the size of the grain, the largest of the classification.
Coffee is produced in the municipality of Western Higlands in the Province of Simbu, Wahgi region.
87% of the total production comes from small plantations that are located at an altitude of 1000 – 2200 meters, cultivated by indigenous people and only the remaining in large estates and cooperatives.
Full bodied coffee, a sweet taste with slightly acidic aftertaste in the cup, hints of licorice and cereals.