Papua New Guinea is often lumped in with Indonesian coffees. But it is distinct in nearly every way (including politically; PNG is not part of Indonesia!) The coffee growing areas occupy one continuous mountain chain but are distinguished as "Eastern Highland" coffees and "Western Highland" coffees. PNG coffees are wet-processed, with distinct fruited, bright flavor profile. Much of the coffee is produced from old varieties like Bourbon-types, and the processing method was brought from Tanzania, with old British McKinnon disc pulpers and (sometimes still) a double fermentation treatment. Click Here to read more.