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Bunum Wo Coffee (roasted ground)

Bunum Wo Coffee (roasted ground)
(250 gm)

Product of Papua New Guinea
Finest High Grown Arabica Coffee


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Instructions:
Use one dessert spoon of coffee per cup for average strength.

Company Profile:   
W.R. Carpenter & Co is a tea and coffee growing, manufacturing and exporting company situated in the wahgi Valley, in the western Highlands of Papua New Guinea.

The Tea and Coffee is grown at 5000 feet ( 1600 meters) above sea level and the ideal weather conditions that prevail in the Wahgi Valley allows us to produce Tea and coffee of excellent quality. This had led to Sigri coffee being ranked among the 10 best coffees in the world by leading experts in the USA and Europe. Coffee is exported in Green Bean Bulk and in 50 gram & 250 gram ¡°Sigri¡± packets.

The tea is grown without the use of any chemicals pesticides, a situation that does not prevail in any other Tea producing country. The Green Leaf is carefully selected and harvested by using the latest techniques in plantation management. The Black tea which is to CTC (Cut, Tear & Curl) manufacture is sorted to 12 international grades and exported in bulk, and value added packets & Tea bags. Our Coffee and Tea is also sold in the domestic market under the brand names -Sigri-, -Bunum Wo- for coffee and -National No1-, -Tea Pot Tea- for Tea Packets & Bags. The tea is also exported under -Mt, Angalim- brand.

The Company has a packing factory for tea and coffee with modern Tea Bagging/Packing machinery and coffee roasting facilities.

Bushells Coffee

Bushells Coffee
(200gm)
coffee

Soluble coffee
Better flavour, Better value
Roasted & Packed in Australia

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Bushells Instant Coffee is a well-loved family favourite. Roasted to perfection with a seductive aroma.

Made from a rich blend of the world's finest coffee beans, Bushells Classic coffee is selected, blended and gently roasted in Australia to deliver maximum taste and freshness.

Storage:
Always replaced lid firmly and store in a cool, dry place. Coffee to be consumed within 4-6 weeks after opening.

Ingredients:
100% Instant Coffee

Coffee Production:
Coffee production began in the 18th century under colonial domination in the northern region of Aceh before spreading to Lake Toba, Lintong, Nihuta, Sumbul and Takengon. The Mandheling are the Indonesian ethic group that is most involved in coffee production.

Over time Mandheling has gained a reputation for its consistent quality and its very specific cup qualities which include a desirable deep husky flavour.

The Coffee Plant:
The coffee plant produces clusters of white blossoms, very similar to jasmine in shape and scent. This is one of the delicate favours that you can discern in a good, strong, aromatic coffee.

The flowers last only a few days, replaced by round berries which start green and then ripen to yellow and then red. Each coffee berry contains two beans. The beans are covered by several layers, including a silver skin, parchment (pergamino), pulp, skin and sweet mucilage. This mucilage, as well as the way in which the beans are removed from the berry, governs quite a lot of the flavour of the coffee.

Process of Harvesting & Preparing Coffee:
The actual process of harvesting and preparing the coffee beans is very labour intensive. The berries are picked by hand because they ripen at different times, taking care not to pull off the delicate stems from the plant. They are then processed by one of two methods: either by drying the berries and removing the beans with a mechanical husker, or by removing, washing, drying, sorting and selecting the beans by hand.

Next time you're enjoying a top-class coffee like INDOCAF¨¨ or Robert Timms, appreciate not only the work that goes in to the harvest of each bean, but the fact that it takes approximately 5000 berries (or 10000 beans) to produce just one kilogram of coffee. It really is a special beverage.

Art of Blending & Roasting Coffee:
The art of blending and roasting coffees is an art and a science, much like blending a good wine. Choosing a reputable brand and you are assured that the beans are first grade, they have been perfectly roasted and they have been processed and packaged quickly to seal in the fresh aromas and flavours.

Company Profile:
Bushells Coffee has been a part of Australian life for over 100 years and has become a household name. Bushells is a well-known and trusted brand with generations of families growing up with the range of products. Quality, flavour and value are what have made Bushells Coffee famous.

The Bushells Coffee  motto is a good, satisfying cuppa that's there when you need it - whether it's a reviving start to the day or just taking a break and enjoying the moment.

Brushells Coffee is a rich blend of the world¡¯s finest coffee beans. The coffee beans are carefully selected, blended and gently roasted to bring out the smooth, mild flavour for which Bushells Coffee is famous.

Indocafe White Coffee (sticks)

Indocafe White Coffee (sticks)
(12g x 30s)
coffee

Instant coffee + Non-dairy creamer
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If you enjoy your coffee without it being too sweet, then you'll love convenient INDOCAF¨¨ White sticks. This delicious 2-in-1 can be prepared hot by mixing with hot water or cold by mixing with warm water and ice. With only 45 calories per stick, you can enjoy a delicious coffee more often, without feeling guilty.

Preparation:
1. Empty the contents of the sachet into a cup
2. Add 150cc hot water or 50cc warm water with ice
3. Stir and ready to enjoy

Storage:
Store in cool, dry place and avoid from direct sunlight

Ingredients:
Non-Dairy Creamer (Glucose Syrup, Hardened Vegetable Fat, Caseinate (contain milk protein), Stabilisers (E451/E452) and Emulsifier of non-animal origin (E471), Anti-caking Agent (E554), Colour (E160b)), INDOCAF¨¨ Instant Coffee

Nutrition Facts:
Serving Size One Sachet (12g)
Servings Per Container 30
Amount Per Serving
Calories 45

Calories from Fat 30

Total Fat 3g
Saturated Fat 2g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 30mg
Total Carbohydrate 4g
Protein < 1g

% Daily Value *
5%
10%
0%
1%
1%

Vitamin A
Calcium

0%
0%

Vitamin C
Iron

0%
0%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Total Fat

Sat Fat
Cholesterol
Sodium
Total Carbohydrate
Dietary Fiber

Calories
Less than
Less than
Less than
Less than

2000
65g
20g
300mg
2400mg
300g
25g

2500
80g
25g
300mg
2400mg
375g
30g


Coffee Production:
Coffee production began in the 18th century under colonial domination in the northern region of Aceh before spreading to Lake Toba, Lintong, Nihuta, Sumbul and Takengon. The Mandheling are the Indonesian ethic group that is most involved in coffee production.

Over time Mandheling has gained a reputation for its consistent quality and its very specific cup qualities which include a desirable deep husky flavour.

The Coffee Plant:
The coffee plant produces clusters of white blossoms, very similar to jasmine in shape and scent. This is one of the delicate favours that you can discern in a good, strong, aromatic coffee.

The flowers last only a few days, replaced by round berries which start green and then ripen to yellow and then red. Each coffee berry contains two beans. The beans are covered by several layers, including a silver skin, parchment (pergamino), pulp, skin and sweet mucilage. This mucilage, as well as the way in which the beans are removed from the berry, governs quite a lot of the flavour of the coffee.

Process of Harvesting & Preparing Coffee:
The actual process of harvesting and preparing the coffee beans is very labour intensive. The berries are picked by hand because they ripen at different times, taking care not to pull off the delicate stems from the plant. They are then processed by one of two methods: either by drying the berries and removing the beans with a mechanical husker, or by removing, washing, drying, sorting and selecting the beans by hand.

Next time you're enjoying a top-class coffee like INDOCAF¨¨ or Robert Timms, appreciate not only the work that goes in to the harvest of each bean, but the fact that it takes approximately 5000 berries (or 10000 beans) to produce just one kilogram of coffee. It really is a special beverage.

Art of Blending & Roasting Coffee:
The art of blending and roasting coffees is an art and a science, much like blending a good wine. Choosing a reputable brand and you are assured that the beans are first grade, they have been perfectly roasted and they have been processed and packaged quickly to seal in the fresh aromas and flavours.

Company Profile:
Surprise your tastebuds with the delicious range of instant coffee and coffeemixes, or nutritious ginseng cereal, by INDOCAF¨¨. Enjoy the convenience of 2-in-1, 3-in-1 and 5-in-1 coffeemixes - just add water for a perfect cup every time. This outstanding range now includes unique Coffeemix Ginger and Coffeemix Ginseng, and Ice Coffeemix in original and strawberry flavours.

Indocafe Original Blend (refill pack)

Indocafe Original Blend (refill pack)
(200gm)
coffee

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Whether you enjoy your coffee black or white, sweetened or unsweetened, INDOCAF¨¨ Original Blend is an instant coffee you'll find rich and satisfying. Made from specially selected coffee beans from the famous Mandheling mountain region in Sumatra, Original Blend can be prepared hot or iced.

Preparation:
1. Add 150cc hot water or 75cc warm water with ice
2. Stir and ready to enjoy

Ingredients:
Instant Coffee

Storage:
Store in an airtight container once opened

Nutrition Facts:
Serving per package: 100
Serving Size: 1tsp (2g)


Energy

Protein, g
Total Fat, g
Saturated Fat, g
Trans Fat, g
Cholesterol, g
Carbohydrate, g
Dietary Fiber, g
Sodium, mg

Per Serving (2g)
5 kcal
0.3
0
0
0
0
1.1
0.2
0

Per 100g
250 kcal
16.9
0.1
0
0
0
54.0
10.2
4.3


Coffee Production:
Coffee production began in the 18th century under colonial domination in the northern region of Aceh before spreading to Lake Toba, Lintong, Nihuta, Sumbul and Takengon. The Mandheling are the Indonesian ethic group that is most involved in coffee production.

Over time Mandheling has gained a reputation for its consistent quality and its very specific cup qualities which include a desirable deep husky flavour.

The Coffee Plant:
The coffee plant produces clusters of white blossoms, very similar to jasmine in shape and scent. This is one of the delicate favours that you can discern in a good, strong, aromatic coffee.

The flowers last only a few days, replaced by round berries which start green and then ripen to yellow and then red. Each coffee berry contains two beans. The beans are covered by several layers, including a silver skin, parchment (pergamino), pulp, skin and sweet mucilage. This mucilage, as well as the way in which the beans are removed from the berry, governs quite a lot of the flavour of the coffee.

Process of Harvesting & Preparing Coffee:
The actual process of harvesting and preparing the coffee beans is very labour intensive. The berries are picked by hand because they ripen at different times, taking care not to pull off the delicate stems from the plant. They are then processed by one of two methods: either by drying the berries and removing the beans with a mechanical husker, or by removing, washing, drying, sorting and selecting the beans by hand.

Next time you're enjoying a top-class coffee like INDOCAF¨¨ or Robert Timms, appreciate not only the work that goes in to the harvest of each bean, but the fact that it takes approximately 5000 berries (or 10000 beans) to produce just one kilogram of coffee. It really is a special beverage.

Art of Blending & Roasting Coffee:
The art of blending and roasting coffees is an art and a science, much like blending a good wine. Choosing a reputable brand and you are assured that the beans are first grade, they have been perfectly roasted and they have been processed and packaged quickly to seal in the fresh aromas and flavours.

Company Profile:
Surprise your tastebuds with the delicious range of instant coffee and coffeemixes, or nutritious ginseng cereal, by INDOCAF¨¨. Enjoy the convenience of 2-in-1, 3-in-1 and 5-in-1 coffeemixes - just add water for a perfect cup every time. This outstanding range now includes unique Coffeemix Ginger and Coffeemix Ginseng, and Ice Coffeemix in original and strawberry flavours.

Indocafe 3 in 1 Coffeemix

Indocafe 3 in 1 Coffeemix
(20g x 30s)
coffee

First Class

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The first class taste of INDOCAF¨¨ Coffeemix 3 in 1 always satisfies. Specially blended for a mellow, rich brew, Coffeemix 3 in 1 is a proven favourite in homes and offices everywhere. INDOCAF¨¨ Coffeemix 3 in 1 can be enjoyed hot by mixing with hot water or cold by mixing with warm water and ice.

Preparation:
1. Empty the contents of the sachet into a cup
2. Add 150cc hot water or 75cc warm water with ice
3. Stir and ready to enjoy

Ingredients:
Non-dairy creamer, sugar, INDOCAF¨¨ instant coffee

Nutrition Facts:
Serving Size One Sachet (20g)
Servings Per Container 30
Amount Per Serving
Calories 88

Calories from Fat 22


Total Fat 2.4g
Saturated Fat2g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 20mg
Total Carbohydrate 16g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Sugars 9g
Protein < 1g

% Daily Value *
4%
10%
0%
1%
5%
0%

 

Vitamin A
Calcium

0%
0%

Vitamin C
Iron

0%
0%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Total Fat
Sat Fat
Cholesterol
Sodium
Total Carbohydrate
Dietary Fiber

Calories
Less than
Less than
Less than
Less than

2000
65g
20g
300mg
2400mg
300g
25g

2500
80g
25g
300mg
2400mg
375g
30g


Coffee Production:
Coffee production began in the 18th century under colonial domination in the northern region of Aceh before spreading to Lake Toba, Lintong, Nihuta, Sumbul and Takengon. The Mandheling are the Indonesian ethic group that is most involved in coffee production.

Over time Mandheling has gained a reputation for its consistent quality and its very specific cup qualities which include a desirable deep husky flavour.

The Coffee Plant:
The coffee plant produces clusters of white blossoms, very similar to jasmine in shape and scent. This is one of the delicate favours that you can discern in a good, strong, aromatic coffee.

The flowers last only a few days, replaced by round berries which start green and then ripen to yellow and then red. Each coffee berry contains two beans. The beans are covered by several layers, including a silver skin, parchment (pergamino), pulp, skin and sweet mucilage. This mucilage, as well as the way in which the beans are removed from the berry, governs quite a lot of the flavour of the coffee.

Process of Harvesting & Preparing Coffee:
The actual process of harvesting and preparing the coffee beans is very labour intensive. The berries are picked by hand because they ripen at different times, taking care not to pull off the delicate stems from the plant. They are then processed by one of two methods: either by drying the berries and removing the beans with a mechanical husker, or by removing, washing, drying, sorting and selecting the beans by hand.

Next time you're enjoying a top-class coffee like INDOCAF¨¨ or Robert Timms, appreciate not only the work that goes in to the harvest of each bean, but the fact that it takes approximately 5000 berries (or 10000 beans) to produce just one kilogram of coffee. It really is a special beverage.

Art of Blending & Roasting Coffee:
The art of blending and roasting coffees is an art and a science, much like blending a good wine. Choosing a reputable brand and you are assured that the beans are first grade, they have been perfectly roasted and they have been processed and packaged quickly to seal in the fresh aromas and flavours.

Company Profile:
Surprise your tastebuds with the delicious range of instant coffee and coffeemixes, or nutritious ginseng cereal, by INDOCAF¨¨. Enjoy the convenience of 2-in-1, 3-in-1 and 5-in-1 coffeemixes - just add water for a perfect cup every time. This outstanding range now includes unique Coffeemix Ginger and Coffeemix Ginseng, and Ice Coffeemix in original and strawberry flavours.

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