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There is a very primitive and mysterious island country in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean. Not only is it rich in natural resources, but there are even cannibals. What kind of country still retains such a primitive way of life? What is it? What kind of terrain creates such a paradise?
This country is "Papua New Guinea." Located in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean, north of Australia, the territory includes the eastern half of New Guinea (the western half belongs to Indonesia) and more than 600 outer islands. The country is located in the Pacific Rim volcanic belt. Because of the many mountains and jungles on the island, it has rich biodiversity. Its volcanic terrain has also created the country's unique fertile soil. The coffee grown has a special and fascinating aroma.
The coffee beans this time mainly come from the plateaus of 1520-1770 meters above sea level in the Ailufa and Wangji areas of the Western Highlands Province. In the past Australian colonial period, because of its comfortable weather, special natural landscapes, rivers and fertile soil , The colonists established large coffee and tea plantations in this area. After independence, these agricultural lands were distributed back to the local residents of Papua New Guinea. The coffee gardens here are very diverse, not only bourbon but also Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee varieties introduced in the 1920s. These varieties are endowed with rich fruit tones in the local terroir, and the local harvesting methods are relatively similar. In Ethiopia, many small farmers sold the red berries they picked by themselves to the processing plant, and then they were born after being screened and processed through layers of levels.