We sourced this PNG coffee through Genuine Origin.
Kiam comes from just a few miles from Marenban, in an area called Banz. It has very similar soil type, and cherry is abundant in the area.
“Kiam is a word related to where you’d go to sharpen a knife — flint,” says Edwards.
While our Marenban refers to the estate, Kiam is actually the wet mill, which receives its cherry from the farms and gardens around Banz.
“Kiam is a very well-run wet mill, with two four-disk pulpers, very large vats for fermenting the coffee and enormous patios — approximately 11 hectares — where the coffee is put out to dry in the sun.”
Flavor: Melon, lemongrass, grape, and caramel
Image and Info courtesy of Genuine Origin.
is backordered. We will ship it separately in 10 to 15 days.