PNG ENO Microlot - Bun Coffee
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PNG ENO Microlot

18.0060.00

Rich juicy texture carries sweet intense blackcurrant fruit notes.
Rounded berry and grape acidity move to long dark chocolate, raisin
and toffee finish.

 

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Description

Papua New Guinea

Eno Nasare Microlot

Region: Purosa Valley, Okapa District

Farm: Eno Nasare

Variety: Arusha

Altitude: 1767 – 1889 MASL

Process: Fully Washed

 

Tasting

Rich juicy texture carries sweet intense blackcurrant fruit notes.
Rounded berry and grape acidity move to long dark chocolate, raisin
and toffee finish.

 

Background

The founder of this plantation was Eno Nosare who took a government lease over land in the Ivingoi area in the late 1980’s. He and his family
developed the plantation progressively planting out the boundaries. Eno passed on and the plantation management is now with his son Ricky Eno and
grandson Mitchell. The red ripe coffee cherry is harvested and pulped weekly during the season. The wet process requires fermentation for 36 hours
and a thorough washing thereafter. The parchment is dried on covered raised beds with constant air circulation around the bean which makes for a
quality cup as opposed to other drying techniques. This process gives Eno microlot its distinct cupping quality. This is a family plantation that had a
brief period as a bio-dynamic farm but has now reverted to NASAA organic due to the more difficult conditions required for bio-dynamic. The
legacy of bio-dynamic has left the plantation with a good cover of peanut runner which helps to control weeds and assists with nitrogen inputs. The
plantation is also part of the Highlands Organic Agriculture Co-operative (HOAC) which has been instrumental in assisting villagers in the Purosa
area with better school supplies, medical equipment and improved roads. From a community development perspective, the Eno microlot and HOAC
will assist the community with simple requests such as corrugated roofing iron for village housing. Corrugated roofing iron helps villagers collect
clean drinking water and eliminates the need for tri-annual replacement of thatch or “kunai” grass which has become more difficult to obtain as the
population and gardens grow.

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Whole Beans, Filter, Plunger, Domestic Espresso / Stovetop, Aeropress, Syphon, Turkish, Commercial Espresso, Plunger/Filter, Wholesale Grind Type

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