This coffee is naturally produced given that synthetic fertilisers and pesticides are too expensive and unobtainable which results in coffee with naturally low levels of caffeine and acidity. Papua New Guinean coffee is said to have a medium body, low to medium acidity, a syrupy mouthfeel and often fruity notes.
Chimbu, occasionally spelled Simbu, is a province in the Highlands Region of Papua New Guinea. The province has an area of 6,112 km² and a population of 376,473 (2011 census). The capital of the province is Kundiawa. Mount Wilhelm, the tallest mountain in Papua New Guinea, is on the border of Simbu.
Tasting Profile: Caramel, honey and fruit.
Grower: Small agricultural cooperatives in Chimbu.
Variety: Bourbon & Typica
Region: Chimbu Province, Papua New Guinea
Altitude: 1350 M
Soil Type: Volcanic Loam
Process: Fully washed and dried in the sun.
A/X means that not only does the coffee cup well (A-grade) but also that the largest and smallest beans have not been included in the lot. ... It's also critical is establish the traceability that specialty buyers seek and that allows them to return in successive years for the same coffee from the same community.
For espresso machine, Moka pot, and 9barista, take the Espresso grind
For pour-over, dripper, French Press, Chemex, AeroPress, take the Standard grind
For expert grinding, take the whole beans, always the best choice.