Papua New Guinea Kunjin

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Papua New Guinea Kunjin

from 11.50

The Independent State of Papua New Guinea accounts for approximately 1% of the world’s coffee production.  Coffee is Papua New Guinea’s second largest agricultural export, employing about 2.5 million people.

Production is largely done by small farmers with land holdings that grow as little as 20 trees per plot in “coffee gardens,” and dates back to 1926 when the first Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee seeds were planted there.

This is a classic tasting Papua with a big and sweet cocoa aroma, very low acidity, heavy body with notes of bakers chocolate, and a long finish.

ROAST:  Lighter Dark (Full City)
REGION: Kunjin
ALTITUDE: 1300-1900 meters
VARIETAL: Typican, Arusha, Bourbon, Blue Mountain
PROCESSING METHOD: Washed

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