The High Road doesn’t want to get in a fight over what it tastes like. It prefers to be more stoic than that.
With some of the most juicy characteristics we’ve encountered in a coffee – even compared to others from Papua New Guinea region – with tangy and fruity subtleties mixed in, it’s hard to pin down, but it’s sure as hell good to drink. The High Road also knows that the surprise is half the fun. Tweak the dose, grind or method and you’ll find something new you didn’t find last time. Or maybe it will just be different tomorrow. Who knows. Just take the high road and don’t worry about it.
- Processing Method – washed
- Flavor Notes – juicy, tangy & fruity
- Extra Info – once coffee is picked and depulped, the farmers will ferment it dry for one to three days before washing it and laying it out to dry for three to four days. 375 smallholder members of the Keto Tepasi Progress Association (certified fair trade since 2011, certified organic since 2014). farmers each typically own between a couple and a couple hundred coffee trees.
- Variety – Arusha, Bourbon, Typica
NOTE: Since we are a small batch single origin roaster, we roast weekly for consumer orders.