With local conditions extremely similar to those of the Jamaican Blue Mountains, Papua New Guinea Coffee seedlings were originally from a Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee planted in 1927. Papua New Guinea, often abbreviated PNG, occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea. Its coffee produces a complete, complex cup that evokes the phenomenal Blue Mountain style but at a more affordable price point. Papua New Guinea Coffee is known for it's sweet and floral flavor. This fine coffee offers an aromatic, fruity smell, with notes of mango and papaya, and a clean, full-bodied flavor.
Peaberry coffee comes from the same plants as regular coffee beans where, typically, a coffee cherry contains two seeds. In special cases, a coffee cherry will produce only one seed, leading to the prized "peaberry" coffee bean. Peaberry beans are smaller and rounder. They are also denser and have a reputation for having a more intense flavor profile. About 5% of total coffee production is made up of peaberry, making this coffee very rare and exclusive.