Passion House Coffee Roasters – Papua New Guinea Kula Peaberry Coffee Review (2018)
Today’s review is another single-origin, courtesy of my Mistobox coffee subscription: Passion House Coffee Roasters’ Papua New Guinea Kula Peaberry.
Goodness, that’s a mouthful!
Despite its lighter roast, this coffee had some nutty notes that I wasn’t really expecting. Don’t let the “berry” in peaberry fool you, folks, because there really isn’t a whole lot of that in this coffee.
General Notes & Observations
Producers: Sigri Estate
Country of Origin: Papua New Guinea
Region: Wihgi Valley
Processing method: Washed
Growing altitude: 1500-1600 masl
Roaster aroma notes: None
Coffee Concierge aroma notes: Maple syrup
Roaster tasting notes: Dried pineapple, mulling spices, cacao
Coffee Concierge tasting notes: Nutty, dried fruit, cinnamon
Brew Methods & Equipment Used
- Chemex 6 Cup Glass Coffeemaker
- American Press Coffeemaker
- Behmor Connected Coffeemaker
- MyPressi Twist Espresso Maker
- Hario V60 Pour Over Coffee Dripper
- Kalita Wave Pour Over Coffee Dripper
- Bonavita Variable Temperature Gooseneck Kettle
- Espro Calibrated Tamper
- Breville Smart Grinder Pro
This coffee was not quite what I was expecting, but that turned out to be a pretty good thing.
Lots of medium roast flavor notes in this light coffee, which ultimately contributed to a lot of balance and complexity. I was pretty impressed.
You can buy the PNG Kula Peaberry from Passion House Coffee Roasters while it’s still available at the link below:
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