The Sigri Plantation is well known for the consistent quality they produce for many decades. With its silky and smooth character, floral finish and clean structure, it provides everything you expect from an excellent coffee.
The Sigri Plantation is a 128 ha area located in the Waghi Valley of Jiwaka Province, close to Banz town. The first coffee plants were planted by Tom Cole, a coffee planter and crocodile hunter in the 1950s.
The climate and the volcanic soil are perfect conditions for growing and producing high-quality coffee. The coffee is dried for 10-14 days in the sun to desired moisture levels. Conditioning and dry processing happen with a strict quality control system all through from farming to dispatch stages.
Region: Mount Hagen Sigri
Processing: Fully Washed
Botanical Species: Arabica
Screen Size: 15+
Altitude: 1.600meters above sea level
Caffeine: 0.9 - 1.5%
Appearance: Typical colour related to good and fresh coffees
Cup profile: Blackberry, Citrus, Malic Acidity
Chikoff coffee plantation has been growing some of the finest Coorg coffee berries for decades. The plants are grown under proper care and shade to ensure high quality which translates into the right taste.
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