Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea’s political turbulence and poor infrastructure is at odds with the fertile volcanic soil and tropical highland climate that make it a natural choice for coffee growing. Though over 2 million people on the Oceanic island nation rely on the coffee industry for their income, violent hijackings and constant price instability have made PNG’s growth as a coffee origin challenging. Today, 20th century plantations have made way for smallholder farms, where there is a focus on higher quality, speciality grade processing at community mills. Less rich than neighbouring Indonesian coffees, PNG produces coffee containing a lot of natural oils that provide a full body but that is typically brighter with an exotic fruity aroma.

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