Papua New Guinea is one of the last remaining truly wild, unexplored places left in the World. Located on the Far Eastern edge of the Indonesian Archipelago, the Island is closer to Australia than Java.
Coffee production didn't begin until the 1930's when beans from the famed Jamaican Blue Mountain, and Kenyan coffee Varieties were planted. This is a short time in the History of Indonesian Coffee.
Due to a short period of production, the trees haven't mutated like older growth Dutch Plantations in Indonesia. Make no mistake, the flavors of Indonesia are there, but also with clean, bright acidity, and Papaya like fruit flavors. Very Interesting.