Papua New Guinea

R 110.00

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

What lies at the root of this coffee’s distinguished Q certification? You can trace Master Origins Papua New Guinea’s speciality grade back to its extraordinary terroir. Long isolated thanks to its extreme topography, the impossibly remote mountainous interior of the Western Highlands was eventually visited by the outside world. They brought noble old Arabica varieties and these Typica, Bourbon and Arusha varieties first planted still reign in the Waghi Valley’s fertile soils.

Papua New Guinea isn’t short on classic varieties such as Arusha, Typica and Bourbon. These gems from the past make an elegant cup—fine acidity with jammy, strawberry notes.

DISTINGUISHED QUALITY

This Grand Cru is Q certified: a classification distinguishing it as a specialty-graded coffee, one that demonstrates superior quality from farm to roastery.

FROM THE PAST

Papua New Guinea isn’t short on classic varieties such as Arusha, Typica and Bourbon. These gems from the past make an elegant cup—fine acidity with jammy, strawberry notes.

ALL IN THE TIMING

To bring out these unique flavours, our supplier lets the pulped coffee rest for two days before washing and drying in the high mountain sun.

RECYCLED ALUMINIUM

One of Nespresso's sustainability achievements is ensuring that at least 80% of the capsule’s aluminium is from a recycled source.

Papua New Guinea
Bitterness
3
3
Acidity
1
1
Body
3
3
Roasting
4
4
Intensity
5
5
Intensity
5
5
Cup Size
Ristretto (25 ml)
Espresso (40 ml)
Gran Lungo (110 ml)
Milk Recipe
Aromatic Profile
Fruity & Candied
Origin
There’s a precious process behind the spicy, woody and cocoa character of Aged Sumatra, and it’s the fruit of the craftsman’s care that began years ago. It begins with Indonesia’s signature giling basah method. The beans are then carefully aged over more than three years – until they deliver an unforgettable cup reflecting nature’s rhythms.
Roasting
This coffee is roasted using the split-roast technique, with the average short time and low temperature, making this a particularly light roast. Most of the coffee is in the first split (lighter) and a small proportion in the second, darker split to add some intensity.
Aromatic Profile
This outstanding coffee displays sweet fruit notes reminiscent of red berries and jam, elegantly outlined by juicy acidity and a velvety body.