Coffee Story and Coffee Flavors

Coffee Story and Popularity

Here is a brief about the coffee story and how did this drink come into existence. The term “coffee” is known by many names among various countries of this world. It came to Britain in 1598, via the Italian “Caffe.”

Coffee was originated in Ethiopia and Sudan. But, the earliest reliable evidence shows that Yemen was the first place where people drank coffee. This was in the middle of the 15th century.

How Did Coffee Reach Europe?

The coffee story didn’t stop at this point, the coffee origin and the first coffee drinkers. But, due to the pioneering efforts of the British and Dutch East India companies, coffee found its way to the Europe region in the sixteenth century.

How Coffee Reached Europe

Coffea Types.

One of the two main sorts of coffee is “Coffea Arabica”. Its name implies the Arabian Peninsula, but the origin of coffee beans is in Ethiopia.

The second type of coffee is Robusta. Compared to Arabica, robusta is more bitter. And it has a burnt smell and more robust taste. Robusta is used in espresso blends. It has a foamy effect and it’s more affordable. Italian espresso blends are made from dark-roasted Robusta.

Coffee Blends Varieties.

Coffee blends vary; some blends are so popular and in-demand but they have a higher price. Examples for these blends are the Jamaican Blue Mountain and Kona coffee, the Hawaiian blend.

Fight A Lazy Morning with a cup of coffee.

Morning Runs On Coffee

Nothing can wake you up in the morning more than a cup of coffee. So, what is this beverage called coffee and how is it possible that this, dark-colored drink, has become an imperative habit in our daily routine?.

Probably these quotes have the answer (partially at least):

Coffee is a language in itself. – Jackie Chan

To me, the smell of fresh-made coffee is one of the greatest inventions. – Hugh Jackman

I think if I were a woman I’d wear coffee as a perfume. – John Van Druten

This is why Henry Rollins said ‘joking’: “What goes best with a cup of coffee? Another cup.”

Have a cup of coffee, Keep calm and smile. 

Keep Calm And Smile

And now … it’s Time For Coffee

Always Time For Coffee

 

Unconditional Adoration For Coffee

History of coffee in Wikipedia