Origin

Specialty coffee from Papua New Guinea

Mountain

Varieties

Arusha und Typica

Processing methods

washed

Altitude range

1550 masl

All Coffees

Sigri Plantation, located in the Waghi Valley in the Western Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea, was established in the 1950’s and rapidly gained the reputation for producing the finest Arabica coffee in the country. This reputation has continued to grow and Sigri has been internationally recognized as producing a gourmet coffee, equal tot he world’s best, for more than 20 years. At almost 1550 meters above sea level the plantation enjoys a cool climate and bountiful rainfall, the ideal environment for growing Arabica coffee. All plantations are exclusively Arabica, concentrating on the Arusha and Typica varieties, which produce a finer coffee than other Arabicas in Papua New Guinea. 

Main production areas: Waghi Valley, Western Highland Province
Port of Shipment: Lae
Export bag size: 60kg

  • Estate
    Floral
    Black Tea
    Chocolate
    Tomato

    Papua New Guinea

    Sigri B

    washed

    Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea Plantation Sigri B – Grade A

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  • Estate
    Floral
    Jasmine
    Herbal
    Tomato

    Papua New Guinea

    Sigri A

    washed

    Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea Plantation Sigri A – Grade A

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  • Estate
    Passion Fruit
    Dried Plum
    Dried Fruits
    Stone Fruit

    Papua New Guinea

    Sigri AX natural

    natural

    Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea Plantation Sigri AX natural

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  • Floral
    Herbal
    Tomato

    Papua New Guinea

    Sigri AA

    washed

    Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea Plantation Sigri AA – Grade A

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  • Milk Chocolate
    Herbal
    Rosemary
    Tomato

    Papua New Guinea

    Sigri Peaberry

    washed

    Papua New Guinea

    Papua New Guinea Plantation Sigri PB – Grade A

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