Papua New Guinea
This delectable coffee is from smallholder farmers, 1–2 hectares called “gardens”, in the highlands of Wahgi Valley and Western Highlands of Paupa New Guinea. In the 1920s, commercial coffee production was increased through the introduction of Typica coffee from Jamaica, a variety commonly known as Blue Mountain. Kunjin is the name of coffees processed at a centralized plantation mill called Kindeng, in the Kindeng region of the Western Highlands. Kunjin is the name of a nearby region from which many local producers bring their coffee.
Cupping Notes: "Syrupy sweet, cherry, raisin, chocolate, heavy and tart intense acidity."
Roast: Medium Light Process: Fully Washed
Altitude: 1500-1800 masl