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Inside the Middle East's first coffee museum

29 August 2014 Last updated at 13:44 BST

Ever since Yemeni farmers started cultivating coffee plants in the 15th Century, the hot beverage has been a hit in the Middle East.

One Dubai-based coffee trader, Khalid Al Mulla, has opened a museum devoted to the drink and takes the BBC on a tour in Dubai's old town.

Watch: Middle East Business Report

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