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Papua New Guinea
On this island north of Australia, small plantations only began producing coffee in the middle of the twentieth century, starting its propagation entirely with Jamaica Blue Mountain seeds. Despite this, there have been many problems over the years with quality control, though they now seem to be headed in the right direction. Most of the coffee is grown on small farms and are organic more by happenstance than plan—the farms are so deep in the forests that it is almost impossible to effectively transport pesticides to them! The coffee has a somewhat spicy yet surprisingly mellow flavor.Interpretation:
Be careful not to equate that which is young with a lack of depth or value. Intriguing, even confusing, appearances precede a welcome calm.
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