Papua New Guinea Nebilyer Valley

  • So the story goes, the Nebilyer Valley, in the middle of Papua New Guinea, was an area rife with violence between the various warring tribes in the area. With the introduction of coffee cultivation around 40 years ago, things began to change, and coffee has become an instrument of cooperation and peace. The Nebilyer Valley is in the Bismarck mountain range, which rises to 14,793 feet on this little island - higher than our Rocky Mountains. This coffee is grown at 4,400 feet by farmers who have a 1-2 hectare plot of land and bring the coffee cherries to a mill called Kuta. This is a mix of Bourbon and Typica varieties, which also live at peace and harmony in the cup.





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