Bucks County Coffee
Papua New Guinea Sigri
|Roaster Location:||Langhorne, Pennsylvania|
|Review Date:||April 1999|
Blind Assessment: An unexceptional but comfortable Pacific profile: pungent but not sharp, round, medium-bodied, with a hint of dry, wine-like fruit as the cup cools.
Notes: A low-key but cleanly complex coffee: pungent but not sharp, round medium-bodied, with a hint of dry, wine-like fruit. Sigri is an estate-grown coffee processed by the classic, large-scale wet or washed method.
Who Should Drink It: Low-key but cleanly complex, this might make a good multi-cup, filter-drip breakfast coffee for those who find Latin-American breakfast coffees too acidy or brisk.
This review originally appeared in the April, 1999 tasting report: Indonesias and Papua New Guineas