The Peaberry strain from Papua New Guinea has a very smooth mouth feel. It is one that you don’t need to add anything to given the vibrant notes. It has a very bright acidity and a lot of bright citrus notes (grapefruit, lemon, orange zest). It also has the sweetness that some would compare to a peach like hint. While being so bright, this coffee has a lot of depth as well; you can find some rich dark chocolate notes along with deep red berries such as raspberry. It is a complex and beautiful coffee.
The fact that it is typically grown at a higher altitude and the quality of the volcanic soil that it is grown, plus the valley it is grown in (Waghi Valley) and that it is fully washed and sun dried makes for a great crop.
I have had my first cup of Jamaican coffee in Negril back in 1981. With the internet age, I order your coffee on line right to my door for several years now. I just wanted to say that an out of town friend came to my house for a visit and she turned down a cup of coffee because she said coffee was too hard on her stomach. I told her about Blue Mountain coffee being the "best in the world" and she had a cup. Then she had 3 more after that, saying it didn't bother her at all. Another convert to the "best coffee in the world". Life is too short to drink bad coffee. Yours is the best!!!!
SincerelyMerry Jane Kusz