Coffee plantation in Indonesia. One of the key crops grown by the Dutch in the Indies was coffee. Coffee plantations could be found on every island though it is most associated with Java, Sumatra, and Celebes. Indonesia’s rich volcanic soil made it an excellent place for growing coffee. Here, four men are in the process of drying the pulped coffee beans so that it can be roasted to the familiar brown-black bean we brew to make coffee. This type of drying process is still used in Indonesia.
245 x 313 mm
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