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Maquina

Timuza

Sweet & Inviting

Light-Medium Single Origins

It's hard to pin down coffees from Papua New Guinea to a single flavor profile, and here's another unique one. We taste sweet notes of cedar alongside a gentle tangerine acidity.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Light-Medium

Tasting Notes

Spice

Citrus

Brown Sugar

Origin

Country Of Origin

Papua New Guinea

Sub Region

Eastern Highlands

Process

Washed
About the Roaster

After more than 15 years in the coffee industry, Gabriel Boscana set out to forge his own path with Máquina Coffee. While Gabe is somewhat of a one-man show, he isn’t in this alone — relationships are at the heart of Máquina, through representation of producers, initiatives at origin, and the local support of the Coatesville, Pennsylvania and Oakland, California communities, which serve as a reminder that “Great coffee should be accessible to everyone.”

Location

Oakland, CA

Fun Fact

Meaning machine in Spanish, Máquina celebrates coffee’s link between people and the roaster.

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About the Roaster

Maquina

Coatesville, PA

After more than 15 years in the coffee industry, Gabriel Boscana set out to forge his own path with Máquina Coffee. While Gabe is somewhat of a one-man show, he isn’t in this alone — relationships are at the heart of Máquina, through representation of producers, initiatives at origin, and the local support of the Coatesville, Pennsylvania and Oakland, California communities, which serve as a reminder that “Great coffee should be accessible to everyone.”
Fun Fact
Meaning machine in Spanish, Máquina celebrates coffee’s link between people and the roaster.