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“Best espresso in America”

One of the certificates hanging in Papi y Papi, a retail store in Natchez, Mississippi. Besides coffee, Papi y Papi sells chocolate and cigars.
Papi y Papi sources only the best beans, and supervises the roasting.
Dub Rogers. The Slayer Steam.
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"Best coffee in America," said a visitor from Melbourne, Australia. If you know Melbourne, you know that this is a very high compliment. The man had been travelling in the U.S. for about a month.

636 Franklin Street
Natchez, Mississippi 39120
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There are two posts on this blog about the detail and care that goes into making espresso at Papi y Papi. Here is the first.

Wild Coffee!

A blog post about the first cupping experience of this coffee is here.

Type: Arabica

Harvested by hand in northern Thailand.

As the beans are harvested in the wild, there cannot be a "single estate" labeling. However, the beans are all harvested at nearly the same time in the same area. They are all roasted within the same time period.

The supervising producer has over 40 years experience with organic teas. Though this is a new venture, they have invested three years in research, education, training and the finest equipment, including a laboratory and a Giesen roaster. Education and training are the foundations of this enterprise.

The beans are harvested, then stored(aged) 8-12 months before roasting.

The supervising producer has extensive experience with international shipping, customs and regulations.

If you love coffee, sell coffee, are a coffee roaster and/or distributor and want to know more, please get in touch. For a long time I have thought of producing my own line of teas and coffees, and this may be it! hand picking coffee in the wild