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Madan Estate AX

In 1964, John Coleman visited Papua New Guineau and fell in love with the Waghi Valley. He applied for an Agricultural Lease via the PNG government and was granted a portion of land that would become Madan Estate. The name refers to a small hill located within the farmland. After purchasing the land, Coleman went to work and drained the land and built roads to pave the way for coffee production. During this hand-construction, various archaeological relics were found and preserved. This is a historical farm, and thanks to the work of its founders, these artefacts were saved from natural decay.

  • Farm Madan Estate
  • Varietal Arusha, Bourbon, Catimor, Typica
  • Process Fully washed
  • Altitude 1,600 meters above sea level
  • Town / City Mt. Hagen, Waghi Valley
  • Region Jiwaka Province
  • Owner Highlands Arabicas Ltd.
  • Tasting Notes Brown sugar, green apple, cranberry
  • Farm Size 246 hectares
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Madan Estate AX

. Native shade trees were planted and managed to promote biodiversity throughout the farm. Chemicals became prohibited and more natural methods were utilized to fight pests and help with soil fertility. Additionally, waste management prevents any harmful wastes from coffee processing to pollute the surrounding ecosystems. This has allowed the thriving of species such as tree kangaroos (Kapuls) to maintain healthy lifestyles amongst the coffee trees.

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Coffee is a major industry for Papua New Guinea involving more than 2.5 million people (or nearly half of the total population). The crop remains the main source of income for many highland farmers. The country currently exports around 787,000 bags of coffee, bringing in $117 million to the economy.