Papua New Guinea Goroka Valley (Dec - Jan 2024)Regular price $21.00
AVAILABLE ONLINE AND IN STORE
Most of the coffee in PNG is produced in the highland regions, either in the Eastern Highlands, or the Western Highlands. The highland regions of the country provides the ideal climate and terrain for coffee to develop beautifully, bringing out complex notes and great sweetness. Grown at an average height of 1700masl, our coffee this month comes from the Goroka Valley, located on the Eastern Highlands.
This batch of coffee is processed via Carbonic Maceration, a method where the coffee is fermented in a carbon dioxide rich environment (Carbon dioxide is pumped into a sealed container, displacing the oxygen inside resulting in an anaerobic environment). This results in the development of complex attributes in the cup, with exciting new flavours and aroma that one would not normally find in coffee.
In the cup, we taste notes of dried cherries & yoghurt, with a lively acidity and creamy body. This is accompanied by subtle notes of chocolate and malt, which lingers after you have finished the cup.
As our #dYScover beans are roasted specially, and separately from the rest of our offerings, we only have limited quantities per month! If you have ever thought or wondered about specialty coffee from Papau New Guinea, do make sure you give this a try soon!
There are so many different types of coffee grown in various regions of the world, with each region tasting very distinct from one another.
#dYScover, by Yong Seng Coffee, is our attempt at letting you experience high quality/specialty coffee from the various coffee-producing regions of the world. Read more about specialty coffee here!
Join us on this journey as we bring in coffee from different regions every month, as we explore the world of coffee together.
Self pickup orders are collated once weekly on Fridays (place your order by Thursdays), and will be ready for pickup on Saturdays.
Orders on Fridays will be processed the following week.
Friday 2 Sep - Thur 8 Sep
Saturday 10 Sep onwards
Friday 9 Sep - Thur 15 Sep
Saturday 17 Sep onwards
For more details on self pickup, please visit our FAQs here.