Papua New Guinea Bunum Wo Peaberry

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Papua New Guinea Bunum Wo Peaberry

Bunum Wo is a cooperative of farms, located in the Waghi Valley in the Western Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea.  These are peaberry beans, meaning they are small and rounded, like small footballs!

Peaberry coffee is screened and checked for uniformity. It must be red and fully ripe which is necessary to obtain the correct balance of sugar and acid within the cherry. The selected cherries are then pulped on the same day of picking. The fermentation process follows with a period of three days broken every 24 hours by washing.

Cupping Notes: Medium intensity dry aroma, becoming more intense during the wet break. Cedar, pipe tobacco, mild acidity. full body and high degree of sweetness.

Roasting Notes: City to Full City, depending on the brew style and personal preference. We prefer medium roast. Will add lots of sweetness when used as an espresso blend component. Roasting darker (but not too dark) brings out milk chocolate notes.

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Take advantage of our multi-pound discount:
Purchase 1 lb at the regular price
Order 2-4 pounds of same coffee type and receive 25 cents/pound discount (the discount applies to this item only)
Order 5 or more pounds of same coffee type and receive 50 cents/pound discount (the discount applies to this item only)

$6.25

Note: Products on this site are unroasted green coffee beans. For roasted coffee, click here

Description

Bunum Wo is a cooperative of farms, located in the Waghi Valley in the Western Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea.  These are peaberry beans, meaning they are small and rounded, like small footballs!

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Weight

1 Pound, 2-4 lbs, 5 lbs or More

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