Centrally located in the heart of the highlands of Papua New Guinea and at the highest altitudes of our country (over 1,600m ASL), Simbu Province produces some 7,000 metric tonnes or about 10% of the country’s annual arabica coffee production. Since coffee was introduced to Simbu in the early 1950s, this crop has become the single most important cash crop to the majority of the Simbu people. Almost all major economic and cultural activities in Simbu these days evolve around cash incomes generated from the annual coffee crop. Given the importance of this crop to our people and with our involvements over the years in improving coffee quality, Simbu Province now produces some of the best smallholder coffee in Papua New Guinea. We carefully select, roast and pack our finest beans to give our customers the experience to discover the unique taste and qualities that make our coffee stand out among other PNG coffees. Our coffees (brands) are named after iconic places in the Simbu Province and offered in both ground and whole roasted beans.