Producer: Smallholder Farmers
Varietal(s): Typica. Bourbon. Arusha.
Growing Elevation: 1600 Meters
Region: Upper Waghi Valley. Jiawaka Province. Papua New Guinea.
Our Kuta Koti Papua New Guinea is sourced from smallholder farmers in the Upper Waghi Valley, a region known for its black volcanic loamy soil that is ideal for growing quality coffee. Smallholder farmers from Ambra, Kelewa, and Wurup bring coffee cherry to the Kuta Mill where it is purchased and processed. The cherries are first sorted and de-pulped. The coffee is then fermented in vats for 36 hours and washed 3 times before drying. This particular lot is everything we love about a Papua New Guinea cup profile with tasting notes of clementine, rosewater, and caramel.