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This coffee comes from a combination of lots tendered by the 178-hectare Ulya plantation as well as several hundred local smallholder farmers. From these deliveries, day lots are blended together by quality and cup at the Ulya mill, located in the heart of Waghi Valley, in Papua New Guinea’s Western Highlands

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Coffee type

Single origin

Roast level

Medium

Botany

100% Arabica

Aroma

Soft, sweet and tart with lemon, milk chocolate and cane sugar flavors.

Process

Washed

Bitterness

Body

Origin
Papua New Guinea
Variety
Arusha,Typica
Region
Waghi Valley
Altitude
1400-1800MASL

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Description

This coffee comes from a combination of lots tendered by the 178-hectare Ulya plantation as well as several hundred local smallholder farmers. From these deliveries, day lots are blended together by quality and cup at the Ulya mill, located in the heart of Waghi Valley, in Papua New Guinea’s Western Highlands

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Pack size

250g, 500g, 1kg

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Land's End Coffee
  • Vendor: Land's End Coffee
  • Address: Mill Barn
    Trevescan
    Lands End
    Doogal
    TR19 7AQ
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Product Location

Trevescan, Penzance TR19 7AQ, UK

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