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Drying coffee in the Straits Settlements, Southeast Asia, 1899.

Drying coffee in the Straits Settlements, Southeast Asia, 1899.. © RBG KEW

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Workers drying coffee in the Straits Settlements, Southeast Asia, 1899. Once harvested, the coffee "cherries" were sorted, then air dried and raked continually to prevent mildew and promote even drying. This process could take several weeks.

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Media ID 10645082

Date: 12th February 2015

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Owner URL: http://www.kew.org/

Credit: Copyright RBG Kew

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Associated Categories: History

Associated Categories: History

Keywords:  1899  19th century  archival  archive  asia  beans  black and white  botanic garden  botanical garden  british empire  cherries  coffea  coffee  drying  east  economic botany  empire  history  kew gardens  kew library  mono  monochrome  rake  raking  south  southeast  straits settlements


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