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  • Region       Kunjin - Western Highlands
  • Variety       Arusha, Bourbon, Typica
  • Farm          Various farms
  • Process     Washed
  • Elevation    1400-1900 masl
  • The Cup     Mellow, soft and balanced with praline, black tea and grapefruit.

Papua New Guinea

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    Variety: Arusha, Bourbon, Typica

    Processing: Washed

    Farm: Various farms


    Kunjin is a house name used to describe coffees sourced from various smallholder producers in PNG's Western Highlands. Coffees are delivered in cherry form by producers who own an average of 1.5 hectares of land, with about 2,500 coffee trees per hectare maximum.


    Most of the coffee in Papua New Guinea is processed as Washed lots, and generally speaking, because of the very small size of the average farm, it is done at central processing units or washing stations that are privately or cooperatively owned and operated. The coffee is picked ripe and typically depulped the same day, then fermented for 24–48 hours before being washed clean of mucilage. Drying is typically done on tarpaulins or raised beds.

    Arusha, Bourbon, Typica 

    Although this offering is not traceable down to a single variety, it is comprised of Arusha, Bourbon, and Typica — the most commonly cultivated varieties in this region.

    Papua New Guinea 

    In the contemporary global coffee industry, Papua New Guinea is wholly unique both in how coffee is harvested and exported from the country. While there are some estates and plantations, most coffee production comes from smallholder farmers, each with around 1–2 hectares of land called “gardens” on which they grow small amounts of coffee along with whatever else a family or community might need for use or sale.



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