To further boost the residents’ economy and introduce plantation products, namely Mulia coffee, the INP Binmas Noken Task Force carried out hospitality as well as a visit to Mr. Wonda’s Mulia Coffee Plantation, which is in Banu village, Mulia District, Puncak Jaya Regency, Monday (April 6, 2021).

During a visit to Mulia Coffee Plantation this morning, the INP Binmas Noken Task Force, led by the Head of the Puncak Jaya Region First Inspector Alauddin Patawary, had the opportunity to see first-hand how to make and manage coffee plants into coffee beans so that coffee connoisseurs can consume them directly.

It should be noted that the naming of Mr. Wonda’s Mulia coffee is at an altitude of 3300 MDPL. With this high enough situation, it becomes a challenge to continue producing Mulia coffee to continue to grow and be enjoyed by the wider community.

When confirmed by the Public Relations Task Force Team, First Inspector Alauddin Patawary explained that the purpose and purpose of visiting Mr. Wonda’s Mulia coffee plantation were not only to establish friendship between Binmas Noken INP and the community but also to promote and introduce more Mulia coffee throughout the archipelago.

The man who is also the Head of the Puncak Jaya Police Binmas Unit continued, this type of Mulia coffee plant comes from Arabica coffee which is developed naturally in the central mountainous area of Papua, to be precise in Mulia City, Puncak Jaya Regency, and the price range reaches 250,000 IDR (Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Rupiah) per kilogram.

Meanwhile, the owner and manager of Mulia’s coffee plantation, Mr. Wonda, dramatically appreciates the Binmas Noken INP Task Force’s presence to see first-hand the process of managing his coffee beans. He also hopes that this Mulia coffee can be known in Papua and throughout Indonesia, even if necessary abroad, to boost their economy in Puncak Jaya Regency.

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