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The Kimel plantation was first established in 1974 by an Australian, Bobby Gibbs. It is now owned by traditional landowners, the Opais being the main tribe. Although locally owned, the plantation is managed by expatriate personnel, appointed by the local directors with extensive experience in plantation management. The plantation has a permanent workforce of 432 and they are housed on the estate in bush housing. The estate also provides schooling for the children and medical facilities for the workforce and their dependents.
Medium roasted, Papua New Guinea Kimel Peaberry beans make for a sweet, smooth and well-balanced cup. The discerning coffee drinker might taste flavor notes of ripe plum and apricot, caramelized pumpkin and rich milk chocolate. It leaves a pleasant, lingering finish.
#funfact Generally, a coffee cherry contains two beans; the sides that face each other end up flat, thus, the term "flat bean". Sometimes, though, coffee cherries develop only a single round, smooth seed; these beans are called "peaberries". It’s often said a single seed results in a more intense flavor. Order some today and find out for yourself!