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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. PNG is now a paradox, caught between Western influence and indigenous traditions.
Kunjin comes from smallholders between 1400–800 meters, from the Waghi Valley in Western Highlands, in close proximity to the town of Mount Hagen. Coffee is being processed in a leased vintage John Gordon–brand wet mill in an old plantation.
This coffee is mellow and sweet, with notes of caramel, green apple, cocoa, and herbs.
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