Papua New Guinea is the eastern side of the New Guinea island. There are four main regions that grow coffee: Chimbu, Eastern Highlands, Jiwaka, and Western Highlands. The name of this coffee comes from the wet mill where the coffee is processed, after the community and village. Their mill takes special care – local farmers bring their cherries to the mill, where it is separated by the days the coffees are processed to the very last step. Papua New Guinea coffees, in general, have a complex flavor profile. They can be savory and sweet with a full body and acids varying from low to high.
- Farm: Various smallholder farmers
- Region: Western Highlands, Waghi Valley
- Variety: Typica, Arusha, Bourbon
- Processing: Washed
- Altitude: 1,600-1,850 masl
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