In 1964, John Coleman visited Papua New Guinea and fell in love with the Waghi Valley. The name refers to a small hill located within the farmland. After purchasing the land, Coleman went to work and drained the land and built roads to pave the way for coffee production. During this hand-construction, various archaeological relics were found and preserved. This is a historical farm, and thanks to the work of its founders, these artefacts were saved from natural decay. We had the joy of tasting this coffee recently and felt it was a great addition.
The flavours are brown sugar, peanuts, raisins, bold but smooth.
Altitude 1600m. Typica, Arusha, Bourbon and Catimor. Fully washed. Suitable for all brew methods, great as a flat white.
Beans, AeroPress, Cafetière (plunger), Espresso, Filter, Stove Top