Papua New Guinea - Lahamenegu - Red Mountain

Origin: Papua New Guinea, 

Variety: Typica, Bourbon, Arusha

Altitude: 1600 MASL

Process: Natural


  • Berry
  • Cantaloupe
  • Dried Cranberry

Welcome to the beautiful land of Papua New Guinea, where the rich volcanic soil and the tropical climate create the perfect conditions for growing some of the world's most delicious coffee!

Coffee has been grown in Papua New Guinea for over a century, and it has become an essential part of the country's culture and economy. The high-altitude regions of the country, like the Eastern Highlands and the Western Highlands, are especially famous for producing high-quality Arabica coffee beans.

But the journey from coffee seed to steaming cup of joe is not an easy one. Coffee trees in Papua New Guinea are typically grown in smallholder farms, where farmers have to navigate rugged terrain and unpredictable weather to tend to their crops.

Once the coffee cherries are harvested, they are washed and sun-dried to remove the outer layers. Then, the beans are sorted and graded to ensure that only the best ones make it to market.

But what makes Papua New Guinea coffee so special? Some say it's the unique combination of flavors that result from the country's diverse mix of coffee varieties, including Typica, Bourbon, and Arusha. Others point to the handcrafted techniques used by local farmers, who carefully roast their beans over open fires and use traditional methods to ensure the perfect flavor and aroma.

So whether you're a coffee aficionado or just a casual sipper, be sure to savor a cup of Papua New Guinea coffee the next time you need a little pick-me-up. It's a delicious way to experience the rich culture and history of this stunning island nation!

*Our preferred brewing methods for this coffee are Chemex  with a 1:12.5 coffee to water ratio