Coffee plantations, Kerala, India
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Nature's boost fruit. Coffee plantations, Kerala, India
Kerala, located in the southwestern region of India, is a major producer of coffee. The state's coffee plantations are primarily located in the districts of Wayanad and Idukki. The coffee produced in Kerala is mainly of Robusta and Arabica varieties and is known for its strong and distinctive flavour. The state's coffee plantations are often interspersed with other crops like pepper, cardamom and jackfruit, creating a diverse agricultural landscape. Kerala's coffee plantations attract tourists who come to experience the scenic beauty of the lush green hillsides and learn about the history and culture of coffee cultivation in the region.