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Papua New Guinea Organic Decaf Purosa A/X Eastern Highlands

SKU PNGDECAF

Papua New Guinea Organic Decaf Purosa FTO SWP
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This new PNG Decaf is grown in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea in the Ivangoi, Purosa and Okapa valley. Over 3,000 farmers work this valley and a majority of the farmers grow their varieties in small gardens in tribal villages. Some of these coffee trees are over 25 years old, producing less cherries, but have a much higher sugar content than newer crops which means they are producing more sweet and complex cups.

The beans are pulped and dried in parchment then sent to Goroka where it is milled and prepared for export. When it arrives in the United States, it is sent to the Swiss Water headquarters in Vancouver to be decaffeinated.

Learn more about Papua New Guinea coffee beans with our coffee guide.

Cupping notes: Cane sugar sweetness, medium acidity and creamy body with savory caramel and slight chocolate overtones.

Try before you stock up with a 1/2 pound sample!

Coffee Bean Matrix Attributes

  • CategoryOrganic Decaffeinated
  • CountryPapua New Guinea
  • Local RegionEastern Highlands
  • ProcessWashed
  • VarietyBourbon, Typica Hybrids
  • Altitude (meters)600 - 1,500 masl
  • HarvestYear Round, Peaks May-July
  • Organic CertificationYes
  • Fair Trade CertifiedYes
  • Rainforest Alliance CertifiedNo
  • DecaffeinatedYes
  • Decaf ProcessSwiss Water Process
  • Brightness:3
  • Body:5
  • Aroma:5
  • Complexity:4
  • Balance:5
  • Sweetness:6
  • Spicy:light bean
  • Chocolaty:heavy bean
  • Nutty:medium bean
  • Buttery:medium bean
  • Earthy:heavy bean

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by on August 6, 2022

We've been roasting the decaf Ethiopian Sidamo almost exclusively since we first started ordering from Coffee Corral. It's still my husband's favorite Americano. But I gave this PNG a try as a nod to some dear missionary friends of ours who served in this region for many years. I loved it. I like that I can get a full body flavor without having to roast it as dark as we do the Sidamo. Makes a great perc.

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by on July 11, 2022

Taken to Full City, this one was like biting into a higher-end dark chocolate in the 72-80% dark range. Like a Ghirardelli dark chocolate with the caramel filling. (Mostly brewed as an Americano)

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by on May 15, 2022

Back in the sixties I flew a four engined aircraft around Papua...I had to order some coffee from there. I've not tried it yet, but when I do, I'll tell you about it. I flew in and out of Port Morseby, Wewak, Madang, and places like that. A very interesting life! If anyone is interested, Let me know... John passant

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by on December 16, 2021

I don't normally drink Decaf. I only got this bean for a Christmas party in the evening. It is really good! I took it just past first crack. You can really taste the caramel and chocolate, and great sweetness! Best Decaf I have drunk.

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by on December 14, 2021

I was looking for a coffee variety with brightness to blend with a Kenyan caffeinated bean. That is what I like with my breakfast. I roasted this coffee to a city/city+ roast with about 50% of the beans at city and 50% at city+. It is a complex cup, the most complex of any decafs sold on this site that I have tried - fruity and somewhat spicy. The reviews on the caffeinated bean are nearly all 5 star ratings and I think that this bean is definitely more flavorful than the other decafs when roasted somewhat light. I was wondering if any of the beans were Jamaican Blue Mountain varieties or hybrids because some of the coffee in the Eastern Highlands are Jamaican Blue Mountain transplants and this coffee has that kind of complexity.

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