Delicate and sophisticated in complexity yet wild in
character. This particular crop displays
bright acidity and rich full bodied flavor with delicate notes of mango,
papaya, cherry, and vanilla. The finish
is sweet with very subtly notes of orange blossom and chocolate.
"I love to describe this coffee as WILD, when people ask me what I mean I reply with a smile""have you ever seen a picture of a wild Papua New Guinean all dressed up...it tastes like they look. Don't be scarred try it you'll love it, I promise."" - Noel Keyes- Corsair Coffee founder
70% of Papua
New Guineas coffee production (about 60,000.
tons presently) is produced by small family farms, some with as little as 10
coffee trees. It is estimated that 2
million people or almost half of the country’s population in some way are
involved in coffee trade.