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Papua New Guinea Kimel Estate Peaberry

$ 16.00

Received 4/11/2017

Remember Rolo candies?  Caramel and chocolate?  You simply have to indulge in our latest Papua New Guinea Kimel Estate Peaberry.  This solid and delicious Indonesian coffee grabs you from the first smell to the last sip.  Fantastically smooth, with a full mouthfeel that covers the entire palate.  Big and syrupy, with hints of black licorice and molasses. Do yourself a favor and treat yourself to this amazing coffee.

Aroma: Powerful Dark Licorice and Rich Black Earth
Body: Full and Deep
Cup: Deep, Bittersweet Chocolate
Finish: Blackstrap Molasses

One Pound

About this Coffee

GROWER: Kimel Plantation
REGION: Town of Banz, Western Highlands, Waghi Valley (approx. 50km South of Mount Hagen)
ALTITUDE: 1,580 meters
PROCESS: Wet processed
VARIETY: Mondo Novo, Blue Mountain, Typica, Arusha, Caturra, Catimor
HARVEST: March - April
SOIL: Sandy loam

Kimel plantation was first established in 1974 by an Australian, Bobby Gibbs. It is now owned by traditional landowners, the Opais being the main tribe. Although locally owned, the plantation is managed by expatriate personnel, appointed by the local directors with extensive experience in plantation management. The plantation has a permanent workforce of 432 and they are housed on the estate in bush housing. The estate also provides schooling for the children and medical facilities for the workforce and their dependents.

Clean running water has been made available to the estate workers by way of a community project financed by one of their overseas clients, and its implementation is overseen by the estate’s management. Since the estate is located along the Kimel River, from which it derived its name, it has access to good, clean water for the processing of its crop, which is a prerequisite along with sound husbandry and dedicated management to continually create quality coffees. The estate’s management also implements some ecology-friendly policies with regard to environmental issues, such as the recycling of pulp which is returned to the fields as organic fertilizer, and the recycling of water used during the wet processing. The cultivation is conducted under shade trees, like albizias and gravilleas.


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