Whoever believed back in 1986 that using biodynamic coffee farming in Papua New Guinea would be a great idea was, in fact, correct. Even if it was a pretty crazy, adventurous idea – above all, economically.
Back then organic coffee was virtually unheard of – to say nothing of Demeter Quality. So, in principle, a good starting point. And even Papua New Guinea was the ultimate insider’s tip for the best Arabicas back then. All that was missing was someone who believed in it as firmly as we did. Eventually we found him: Joachim Bauck, quite simply one of the most important pioneers in the organic movement. With Bauck as our buyer, Raimund Remer as a farming advisor and lots and lots of coffee plant care, things got going in 1986 with a mere ½ container of "bio-dyn" (biodynamic) coffee from the plantation near Mount Hagen. And that then became, to no one’s surprise, the namesake of our organic brand, together with the bird of paradise – the heraldic animal of Papua New Guinea.
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