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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Story of Coffee Coffee cultivation and tradebegan with the Arabs Coffee arrives in North America Brought to Europe by merchants 15th century - coffee was grownin the Yemeni district of Arabia 16th century - coffee cultivation spread to Persia, Syria, Egypt, and Turkey 17th century - coffee brought to Europeby merchants visiting the Near East Terms for Coffee - 'wine of Araby'- 'the dark black beverage'- 'bitter invention of Satan' Coffee Plantations all around the world Coffee houses became places for conversation, music, performers, chess, and gossip. Main beverage after the Boston Tea Partyduring America's boycott on teaUsed as a stimulant, since the caffeinehas an almost energizing effect. How was it discovered? One night the goat-herder, Kaldi went out to check on his goats and noticed they were spiritedand didnt want to sleep.He realized they had beeneating certain berries, and after sharing these discoveries with a monk they deduced the berries were a stimulant of sorts. Cade CallenJoe RossoandMcRae Lawrence Coffee is the second most traded commodity on earth, first is oil . " I would rather suffer with coffee than be senseless.NAPOLEON BONAPARTE Origins of Coffee Popularity Without my morning coffee Im just like a dried up piece of roast goat.- JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH In 1675, the King of England banned coffee houses, claimingthey were places where people met to conspire against him.
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