Thursday, June 19, 2014

Fact of the Day: Origin of Coffee

The plant that makes coffee beans was first cultivated in southern Arabia. However coffee was not made until about the 15th century in Yemen. 

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  1. And the world hasn't been the same since.

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  2. And the world is much better because of it:)

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    1. That is interesting. I am not a great coffee lover..

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  4. There needs to be a worldwide national holiday in honor of whomever brewed that very first cup...

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  5. One of the best things to come our way! I love coffee.

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  6. and it was banned in some Muslim countries, Turkey for example, for some centuries....

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  7. Don't know how I'd wake up in the morning without it!! The coffee bean was one of the best discoveries ever.

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  8. Been around a long time. I love the smell of coffee being brewed in percolators. I never did like to drink it though

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  9. I hardly ever drink coffee. I prefer cocoa. Kisses:)

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  10. I love coffee! Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com

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  11. Good thing they found a way to enjoy it as a hot brew!

    -Kati

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  12. Did not know that! Now I need some coffee. I'm more into the cold frappucino variety that doesn't really taste like coffee, though. Closer to chocolate milk!

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  13. I probably drink too much coffee.

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  14. I don't know which is the greater Arab contribution to culture, the zero or coffee.

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  15. Believe me...this is one thing I am sure glad was invented. I do love my coffee...:)

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  16. I can't function without coffee :)
    http://sepatuholig.blogspot.com/

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