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The History of the Coffeehouse

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If they managed to get usable coffee beans at all, (it was illegal to get them) you wouldn't have nearly enough to support even the smallest coffeehouse for a week. The Dutch trading companies knew all this, but they came up with a new, radical notion- why not get some beans, but grow them not in Europe but in the East Indies! So the Dutch smuggled a small amount of un ground or processed coffee beans out of the Arabian port of Mocha, then shipped them to Ceylon and the East Indies for cultivation...
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30 years later, a French naval officer named Gabriel De Clieu sailed for the Caribbean island of Martinique. When he arrived, he happened to be carrying some un cultivated coffee beans. (We'll never know how those got there.) He casually sold it to the locals, unwittingly starting one of the world's largest coffee producers...
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