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    Roasting papua new guinea

    Hi everyone.
    I'm new to the forum and looking for some tips on roasting Papua New Guinea. Specifically I'm looking to see what is the best roast for those beans (light, medium, or dark).
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlossimsjr View Post
    Hi everyone.
    I'm new to the forum and looking for some tips on roasting Papua New Guinea. Specifically I'm looking to see what is the best roast for those beans (light, medium, or dark).
    Thanks!
    Generally, the roasting will be depends on what kind of coffee methods you are planning to use it for, but if you ask me, I always prefer Light-medium roasting to bring out the maximum flavor as possible.
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    some more info about PNG.
    some people believes that it is like Sumatras, but it is more like between Guatemalan (Antigua coffee, not Huehuetenango) and Island coffees (Kona or JBM) because it has mild & refined fruity flavors with rather low acidity, it should be the best at lighter roasts to fully taste the great fruity flavor that only PNG can give out.

    Also, I have heard that it is very good for dark roasts since it does not become ashy, instead stay to "sweet side".
    Ensoluna S.A. Guatemala
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    Quote Originally Posted by ensoluna View Post
    some more info about PNG.
    some people believes that it is like Sumatras, but it is more like between Guatemalan (Antigua coffee, not Huehuetenango) and Island coffees (Kona or JBM) because it has mild & refined fruity flavors with rather low acidity, it should be the best at lighter roasts to fully taste the great fruity flavor that only PNG can give out.

    Also, I have heard that it is very good for dark roasts since it does not become ashy, instead stay to "sweet side".

    Thanks so much. That's the direction I am heading toward which is reassuring. Ill let you know the outcome.

 

 

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