It is cultivated in kitchen gardens, in hidden villages of the Eastern Highlands province in Papua New Guinea. The secrets of the traditional methods are handed down from generation to generation, making the knowledge of the past the wealth of the present time. Perhaps this is why Lamari coffee helps preserve family ties, warming the atmosphere of gatherings with the loved ones. Lamari has an exceptional aroma. It entices with the fragrance of almond oil and marzipan, enhanced with a delicate touch of spices and oranges. It dazzles with sweetness toned down with the flavour of citruses and a subtle colour of ripe cherries. It perfectly harmonises with meals eaten at a sunny noon or on a late drizzly morning. It refreshes, inspires and creates a positive mood. Adds energy stimulating the action of the body, mind and soul.
250 g – PLN 28.00
500 g – PLN 52.00
1000 g – PLN 99.00
Papua Nowa Gwinea
small farms / Colbran, Baroida
almond oil, marzipan – with a touch of spices and oranges
espresso, milk coffees
1600-2200 m a.s.l.
from May to August
Lamari Valley, Eastern Highlands
sweetness combined with citruses and cherry, medium-high body
Typica, Bourbon, Arusha, Mundo Novo