Compare to leading coffee producing countries like Brazil or Panama, Papua New Guinea is a forgotten coffee region.
Name after the waters of the Lamari River that make the Highland Hills where this coffee is grown so fertile, Lamari is a coffee cooperative in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. The coffee from Lamari Valley is amongst the best to come out of PNG. It is far superior quality due to years of extension services to ensure quality focused picking, pulping, sorting, fermentation and drying. This group of small scale farms pool their yields for greater buying power on the international specialty market.
The cup is light in body, with floral aroma in your first sip, plum and peach tea like flavors in the middle and chocolate at last.