The Highlands are a mountain range that crosses the country from east to west. The Eastern Highland region is recognised as the ideal coffee area in Papua New Guinea. It is in this area of the island that coffee was first established in 1570. Plantations are located around 1500M altitude.
The name of this coffee pays tribute to the bird of paradise, which is the emblem of Papua New Guinea.
This coffee offers bright acidity with flavours of apricot, coriander and nuts.