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Papua New Guinea Coffee beans | introduction to Paradise Bird Coffee beans at Sigri Manor in the Western Highland region

Published: 2024-04-16 Author:
Last Updated: 2024/04/16, In Asia, there are many coffee producing countries, such as Papua New Guinea, Yunnan, Vietnam, Indonesia and so on. Among them, Papua New Guinea won the title of "Little Blue Mountain" by introducing iron pickup coffee beans from the Blue Mountains of Jamaica. Papua New Guinea is located in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean

In Asia, there are many coffee producing countries, such as Papua New Guinea, Yunnan, Vietnam, Indonesia and so on. Among them, Papua New Guinea won the title of "Little Blue Mountain" by introducing iron pickup coffee beans from the Blue Mountains of Jamaica.

Papua New Guinea

Located in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean, Papua New Guinea is a Melanesia archipelago. It consists of more than 600 islands, bordering Indonesia in the west and Australia in the south. The country has 8300 km and the islands are volcanic, with plains and lowlands in the south of Papua New Guinea, a central mountain system in the middle, and several separate mountains parallel to the northern mountain system.

In Papua New Guinea, except for the mountain climate above 1000 m above sea level, the other lower elevations belong to the tropical rain forest climate, with a dry season from May to October and a rainy season from November to April. The average temperature in the coastal areas is 21 ℃-32 ℃, while the mountain area is 5-6 ℃ lower than the coastal areas, with an average annual rainfall of 2500 mm. The country is close to the equator, with a suitable climate, sufficient rainfall and volcanic soil, which can be said to be a natural treasure for coffee cultivation.

Western highland producing areas

Currently, Papua New Guinea coffee is grown in five highland provinces, namely, the West Highlands (Western Highlands), the East Highlands (Eastern Highlands), Chimbu (Chimbu), Morebe (Morobe) and East Sepique (East Sepik). Among them, the major provinces that produce iron trucks in the eastern and western highlands will also plant a small number of Katim and bourbon varieties, while coffee beans grown in other areas are of poor quality, and most of them are Robusta varieties.

The West Highlands Province is the most important and largest coffee-producing province in Papua New Guinea, with an altitude of 1000-1800 meters, and there is an ancient dormant volcano. The fertile soil makes the coffee grown here is of good quality, and the famous Sigri Manor comes from this producing area.

Siguri Manor

Siguri Manor, founded in 1950, is a pioneer in the local coffee industry. Its parent company is carpenters (WR Carpenter company-PNG), which has about 1000 hectares of Arabica coffee grown in Papua New Guinea 3 and is the largest producer and exporter of tea and coffee beans in the country, accounting for 80 per cent of the country's coffee beans and tea exports and exporting 1.6 million kilograms of high-quality Arabica coffee beans each year.

The estate is located in the Wagi Valley in the Western Highlands Province. It is located in a high altitude mountain area of 1500 meters. It is rich in mineral volcanic soil, cool climate and abundant rainfall. At the same time, Siegley Manor has adhered to a high standard of planting and treatment system for many years, and attaches great importance to ecological protection, rejecting the use of pesticides and pesticides in order to protect soil and water sources. And the requirements for raw coffee beans are also very strict, picking ripe red fruits by hand and processing them on the day of harvest. In addition, a special variety of iron pickup from the Blue Mountains of Jamaica has been introduced since 1957, and the manor is marked with the National Bird of Paradise Bird of Papua New Guinea on coffee sacks.

Qianjie Coffee Papua New Guinea Siguri Manor Paradise Bird Coffee Bean producing area: Western Highland Manor: Sigri Manor Sigir Estate altitude: 1500 meters + Variety: iron pickup Typica treatment: washing flavor: caramel, cocoa, almonds, balanced, low temperature citrus acid

This bird of paradise beans from Qianjie Coffee are washed and roasted in medium depth. The front street uses a KONO filter cup, the proportion of 1:15, 91 ℃ to cook, the entrance will have caramel, cocoa and almond flavor, mellow and silky taste, at low temperature there will be citrus acidity, the overall soft balance.

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