30 May '13, 10pm

New Review: Papua New Guinea Baroida Estate by Fratello Coffee Roasters (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) - 92 points.

Despite spectacularly rugged terrain that presents daunting transportation and infrastructure challenges, the high mountain valleys of central Papua New Guinea offer some of the world's most favorable terroirs for production of fine coffee. Calgary-based Fratello is a second-generation boutique coffee roaster owned by three brothers who focus on responsible trade relationships with coffee growers. Visit www.fratellocoffee.com or call 800-944-2545 for more information.

Full article: http://www.coffeereview.com/review.cfm?ID=3192

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