by Krystal Paco
Guam - Imagine waking up to your morning cup of coffee brewed from beans grown in your own backyard. Now it's possible as Department of Agriculture director Tita Taitague announces the sale of 800-coffee plants from their location in Mangilao.
She says coffee trees flourished throughout the island during the Japanese occupation.
Coffee grows best in cool, shady areas. For more information on how to purchase coffee plants, call the Department of Agriculture.
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