The allure of coffee from Papua New Guinea is not well recognized. Papua New Guinea, after all, is not easy to find on a map and one of the least known coffee producers. Maybe that’s why we call it specialty coffee. If everyone were offering it, it won’t be special!
This unique coffee had our full attention since the very first cupping. If you like the earthiness of Sumatra coffee you will enjoy this sweeter, fruitier profile of an old favorite.
Offered by the Tribal Aromas Co-operative in the Simbu Province of the Central Highlands of Papua New Guinea, this coffee is grown at higher altitudes in rich, black volcanic soil. The Tribal Aroma co-op is a collection of indigenous tribes whom pride themselves on small subsistence plot farms, where coffee is specially hand-picked and hand-pulped. Organically grown and certified.
Flavor Profile: complex fruit notes with distinctive grapefruit nuances, cedar aroma, chocolate finish.
Roast: Combination light and dark
We’ve secured of small lot of Organic Papua New Guinea for a limited time. Find this earthy, richly sweet coffee at area grocery stores, cafes and espresso bars serving organic Cravens Coffee.
COACHES VS CANCER BLEND
Again this year, Cravens Coffee is honored to bring you Coaches vs Cancer Blend. A special custom blend created by Marcy Few, Robin Rice and the folks at Coaches vs Cancer. We took care to combine just the right coffees for a full-flavored, hearty cup. Perfect for brewing at home or creating your own espresso work of art.
Marcy and Robin chose a coffee grown by Cravens’ friends at family-owned Finca Vista Hermosa in Guatemala. Grown in the highlands of this beautiful country, this coffee has a spirited flavor. Just like our wonderful Zags!
Thank you for choosing Coaches vs Cancer Blend. With your purchase we’ll donate proceeds to help send a child to Camp Goodtimes this summer. This local camp brings respite and joy to children battling cancer.
Look for Coaches vs Cancer Blend at locally owned grocery stores throughout the Inland Northwest during the months of February and March or on our website at www.cravenscoffee.com. Go Zags!
As always, thank you for choosing Cravens Coffee. It is a pleasure serving you,
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