Vast mountain ranges, a tropical climate, fertile volcanic soils… Papua New Guinea may not be a well-known origin in the specialty world, but it has ideal conditions for growing quality coffee. And today, we’re taking a look at how the cherries are processed in this small Oceanian country – courtesy of Sweet Maria’s Coffee.
They take a trip round multiple mills, wet and dry, in this quick video travelogue. From chaff used to fuel mechanical driers to receiving stations and bag marking, you’ll experience it all.
Feature photo credit: Sweet Maria’s Coffee
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