Ulya Coffee Mill
Anglinp, South Waghi, Jiwaka
Our days on the plantation in a remote region of Papua New Guinea
This lot takes its name from the mill in which it is processed.
Sitting in the shadow of Mount Bangeta, the land is filled with winding waterways that help distribute much-needed volcanic nutrients throughout the soil.
Manual selection of ripe cherries for an exceptional specialty coffee
Where does the coffee we have selected originate?
Traditionally, these remote regions of Papua New Guinea are difficult to traverse, meaning many producers have to carry their crop over long distances to receive factory door prices.
Fortunately for communities in Arufa, the region benefits from accessible roads, providing producers with access the mill.
How this coffee is harvested and why we chose it
This coffee is selectively handpicked; with producers aiming to only pick ‘full maroon
The result is an exceptional coffee with a very intense sweetness and a very fruity sensory profile with notes of pineapple, papaya and blackberry.
- Botanical varieties: Typica, Bourbon
- Processing: natural
- Harvest: september – november
- Drying: on suspended beds
- Altitude: 1.653 m asl