Even many coffee lovers may not be aware of the fact that coffee is also grown in Australia (and this since the beginning of last century). Australia’s oldest coffee plantation lies on the Atherton Tablelands in north Queensland: Skybury. The climate-induced low yields and manual harvesting to make Skybury a high-quality Arabica AA / AB very popular among gourmets and which is very rarely difficult found in the European Market due to its small export quotas. It is very mild and caffeine-low, has a slightly nutty spiciness and has less bitterness than most other beans. It is very balanced, with a slight acidity, full-bodied and rich in flavor. Connoisseurs praise the exceptional quality of the Australian coffee highly.