31 Oct '14, 11am

We are excited to bring back a favorite of ours ... Tairora from the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea will...

Aiyura, Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea The coffee-growing region of Papua New Guinea's Eastern Highlands is one of the most remote places on earth. The region's legendary biodiversity, rich topsoil, elevation, and perfect weather make it one of the planet's most unusual microclimates. Baroida and the communities associated with the Tairora project sit scattered outside the town of Kainantu in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. This part of the Eastern Highlands is mostly rolling grasslands, but it has remarkable climate and great conditions for growing coffee. The lowest altitude we saw around the plantation was just under 1,600 meters but can reach as high as 1,900 meters. Baroida itself was one of the first coffee farms in the area, and much of the coffee planted by small producers of the Tairora Project actually originally came from seeds from the Baroida E...

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We have a great new coffee on bar this week! Baroida, with it's oh so savory, rich molasses notes!!

We have a great new coffee on bar this week! Ba...

counterculturecoffee.com 25 Oct '14, 6pm

In the last few years the Colbran family has gone from selling their coffee to exporters, where it would be blended with o...