The Enorga valley is the origin for these amazing wild grown coffee cherries. The northern end of Papua New Guinea is largely uninhabited, so this coffee grows completely without human influence until harvest. The coffee is depulped on site and left to nourish the soil for future crops.
the origin story of this genus is through Jamaica. In the late 1920’s a blight ( called rust) destroyed crops from the entire area. The farmers went to Jamaica and bought fruiting trees to plant in their place. What grows in Papua now is Jamacian blue… without the pretty pricetag.
soft, ph neutral and aeromatic, this is and always has been, the roasters favourite.
of course I drink this one black … because its just simply lovely