Folly Coffee

PNG - House Bean

Melon, grapefruit, milk chocolate.

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12oz / whole bean / free shipping

Fruity in aroma and flavor, this cup is loaded with notes of grapefruit and melon, balanced by milk chocolate sweetness and a hint of raisin and cream. Acidity is sweet and spicy with a brightness that makes this coffee pop.

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Waghi Valley
House Bean
Washed Process

Meet House Bean

For Folly Coffee’s House Bean, the name of the game is fruit forward. No wonder, then, they’ve sourced this fragrant and flavorful coffee from the Wahgi Valley, Papua New Guinea. Our QC tasting notes include fragrance/aromas of fruit leather, fruit punch, cherry juice. Catching a fruity theme here?

The traditional method of processing coffee in PNG lends Folly's House Bean some extra fruitiness along with deep, spicy earth notes and bright, fruity acidity

Waghi Valley, Papua New Guinea

Coffee is a mainstay of the economy in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea. It is grown both on larger plantations and by smallholder farmers, and the Waghi Valley is one of the most heavily cultivated and settled areas in the region. Agriculture is not new to this valley: 30,000 years ago, it was home to people who were among the most advanced socio-political and farming communities on the earth at the time. Those farming methods were passed down the generations, and today descendants still employ them to grow coffee and other crops.

Ca. 1930, Mick Leahy, an Australian, was the first explorer to open the Waghi Valley, finding that the interior of Papua New Guinea was inhabited, a fact that had long been debated. These days, neat villages, well-tended gardens and coffee plantations fill the valley, and the capital city of Mount Hagen is the third largest city in PNG, a busy “wild-west” town bustling with technology and tradition.

Silver Lake, MN

Folly Coffee

Folly Coffee Roasters is an award-winning roaster with an unpretentious passion for coffee. Founders Rob and Ken met at their local farmers’ market in 2017, built out their space, and launched January 2018. Not only are they already selling their coffees in more than 50 locations throughout the Twin Cities and beyond, through the use of solar and geothermal power, Folly Coffee has a carbon footprint of zero.

Jeff joined the team in April of 2018 and has since taken over as COO in charge of coffee operations. Since then, Folly Coffee has been featured in several publications and was named a 2019 Good Food Award Winner. In addition, Jeff recently placed in the top 14 in the nation as a coffee taster at the 2019 US Coffeechamps Cup Taster’s Competition. Goals at Folly Coffee include introducing as many people as possible to the world of high-end specialty coffee, offering tasting notes that focus on flavor profiles in an accessible way, and doing their part to help create economic sustainability at every step in the coffee supply chain.


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