New Guinea



Town of Banz, Western Highlands, Waghi Valley


Kimel Plantation


5200 feet


Fully Washed Process and Sun Dried


Mundo Novo, Blue Mountain, Typica, Arusha, Caturra and Catimor

tasting highlights

Red Apple, Caramel, Graham Cracker

Coffee Story:

The Kimel Plantation, located on the Kimel River, was first established in 1974 by an Australian, Bobby Gibbs. It is now owned by traditional landowners, consisting mostly of the Opais tribe. This estate has a permanent workforce of over 400 people, all of which are provided with on site housing. The estate also provides schooling for the children and medical facilities for their employees and families. Clean running water has been made available to the estate workers by way of a community project, financed by way of the relationship coffee model.

This fine Arabica coffee is shade grown, with the protection of trees such as Albizias and Gravilleas. The access to clean water for the processing of their coffee, along with dedicated farm management are both contributing factors for their continued success producing quality coffees. Ecological friendly policies are implemented, such as repurposing composted coffee cherry pulp back to the crop fields as organic fertilizer. Also, water used for the processing of the coffee is filtered and recycled. Clean water, conservation efforts and good employment with benefits ~ the necessary ingredients for healthy communities. Enjoy this fresh new offer from Indonesia. Cheers!


Coffee Bucks:
12oz earns 5%
5lbs earns 10%