Sigri Coffee Estate was founded in the 1950’s by Tom Cole, a crocodile hunter and coffee farmer. Subsequently it was bought by WR Carpenters. The farm is situated in 1.525m altitude in the flat and fertile Waghi Valley near Mt.Hagen. Soils are of Volcanic origin. Regular rainfall and good sunshine provides the basis for coffee to grow and cup well. Shade trees comprise Albizzia sp. and Causuarina sp. Waghi River forms one side of the estate boundary.
Coffee fact sheet
Papua New Guinea Sigri EstateFarm Coffee
A well-balanced coffee with citric, malic acidity and flavors of red and tropical fruits, lemon, chocolate and orange.
|Variety:||Arusha, Maragogype, Bourbon, Typica|
|Processing:||dry-milling, hand sorted, machine pulped, sun-dried, hand-picked|