This coffee expresses all its fullness in espresso. The crema is dense, and the introduction to the palate is fruity with notes of pitted fruits such as apricot combined with touches of cacao. As it lingers in the mouth, almond predominates and marks itself in the aftertaste.
Kunjin is the name of the coffees produced in a centralised plantation factory of the same title located in the Kunjin region of the Western Highlands. A neighbouring region, also known as Kunjin, is where many local farmers grow their coffee. The maritime climatic conditions and volcanic soils are conducive to the cultivation of specialty coffee with exceptional profiles worthy of micro-batches.
- Origin: Papua New Guinea
- Region: Kunjin, Waghi Valley, Western Highlands
- Producer: Association of several small producers
- Altitude: 1,400 – 1,800 m
- Variety (ies): Arusha, Typica
- Post-harvest treatment: Washed
- Degree of roasting: Medium
- Recommended extraction: Espresso
- Recommended preparation: Espresso machine, Milk recipes, Moka