Papua’s “Blue Mountain Coffee”

Matt Dearden

English born professional pilot, writer, blogger and columnist. Currently flying the Pilatus PC-6 Turbo Porter in Papua, Indonesia.

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5 Responses

  1. Finn Felton says:

    How good is that you want to have a cup of coffee you can roast according to your taste and prepare a great cup of coffee at home.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Regards
    Finn Felton

    Kopi Luwak

  2. Finn Felton says:

    Hi Matt,
    That’s what i was trying to say. You can roast to get the best taste. Thanks for replying.

    Regards
    Finn Felton

    Kopi Luwak

  3. Daniel Pasaribu says:

    Hi Matt,
    My name is Daniel Pasaribu, I’m Indonesian, now living in Bintaro South Tangerang. I like drinking coffee.
    I was searching about Blue Mountain Coffee, the story about where it planted (i find it out that this varietal of coffee is originated from the peak of Blue Mountain Jamaica), but never taste this coffee before. This keyword Blue Mountain bring me to your blog. I read that you had taste this Blue Mountain beans and you roasted them all by yourself, that’s pretty cool. I never know before that in Indonesia, there is Blue Mountain variety that planted in Moanemani and i’m keen to get this greenbean. If you please, can i get those too? Or who is Dessi? Can you get her/his contact (email or phone number) so i can get these Blue Mountain Coffee greenbeans too.
    Thanks Matt for sharing.

  4. Hi Mate, how are you, we meet before in Nabire and we flying to Degewo, to test the new air strip in degewo, i’m agree with you about monamani cofee it taste beautiful, i bring 15 Kg direct from monamani and i roasted in Jakarta, when we taste the expresso it sweet coffee and bit bitter. see you