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Bunum Wo Peaberry (April 23)

Tamarind, Creme Brulee, Anise


The Papua New Guinea Bunum Wo Peaberry comes to us  from the Wahgi Valley in the Western Highlands Province and support the pickers and farmers with free housing, healthcare, and schooling. Coffees from the estate go through a careful picking, sorting, fermentation, and drying process before the final hand-sorting occurs. The coffees are then meticulously graded, roasted, and cupped by their quality control team.


A strong social agenda that provides free housing, healthcare, and schooling to the coffee pickers and farmers who work tirelessly to help produce these unique coffees.



Flavor Profile:

This coffee is sweet, juicy, and has a touch of savoriness. A distinctive and all around enjoyable coffee that would fit nicely on any menu. 



Shipping & Returns

We partnered with a local shipping company to allow for discounted local deliveries. We also offer free local pickup.

Orders typically 3 days to process and can be delivered within 2-7 business days.

Care Instructions

We recommend storing green coffee beans in a dark cooler at room temperature.

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