Reference numberCLP/10ii/19
TitlePaper, 'Of coffee or cahuah' by unknown author
DescriptionPaper regarding the coffee industry. The author gives details about coffee from Moab [Jordan], Arabia Felix [South Arabia, now Yemen] and [Bethel Valkeil?], from where coffee was usually bought for England. The author details coffee cultivation, including Dutch coffee plantations in Java [Indonesia]. He also provides details about the taste and texture of Turkish coffee and Cuscoe [Cusco?] coffee.

Subject: Agriculture

Read to the Royal Society on 17 June 1731.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueRBO/15/94
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