Papua New Guinea - Kunjin
Very well balanced, Smooth mouth feel, Earthy and Nutty Aroma. Smooth with low acidity. Burnt and tart with flavor of Lemon and Cedar.
Papua New Guinea is an extremely diverse country, with over 800 different languages spoken. Most of the tribes from the highlands didn't have contact with the western world until the 1930s, since early exploration in PNG had been minimal until then.
Kunjin comes from small-holders between 1400 - 1800 masl from the Waghi Valley in the Western Highlands within close proximity to the town of Mt Hagen.
|Origin||Papua New Guinea|
|Region||Waghi Valley, Western Highlands|
|Farm||Various smallholder farmers|
|Variety||Arusha, Blue Mountain, San Ramon|
|Proc. Method||Fully Washed and Dried at Central Dry Mill|