November 30, 2016

VIDEO: Watch Coffee Processing in Papua New Guinea’s Mills


Vast mountain ranges, a tropical climate, fertile volcanic soils… Papua New Guinea may not be a well-known origin in the specialty world, but it has ideal conditions for growing quality coffee. And today, we’re taking a look at how the cherries are processed in this small Oceanian country – courtesy of Sweet Maria’s Coffee.

They take a trip round multiple mills, wet and dry, in this quick video travelogue. From chaff used to fuel mechanical driers to receiving stations and bag marking, you’ll experience it all.

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Feature photo credit: Sweet Maria’s Coffee

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