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Russians enjoy Indonesia’s coffee

Publication date 15 February 2019 | 14:55 | ICT

RUSSIA is famous for its vodka and many other local varieties of alcohol, with its people regarded as among the highest consumers of alcohol in the world. When it comes to coffee, however, many Russians enjoy an Indonesian product –

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