Named after a picturesque mountain in the Chauve region of the Simbu Province this coffee is grown at an altitude of 1600 masl in the heart of Papua New Guinea. Coffee has a major impact, culturally and economically, in Simbu. Simbu’s reliance on coffee insures that the producers are committed to improving the Speciality Coffee quality. The Simbu Province is the third largest coffee producing province in Papua New Guinea producing about 10% of the Country’s annual arabica coffee, approximately 7000 metric tonnes. Kongo Coffee began exporting in September 1999. Elimbari is a washed coffee harvested between May and August. Kongo Coffee is fully involved in the production of the Elimbari Specialty Coffee from cherry picking, to pulping, fermenting, washing, drying and storing.