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100+ AMAZING FACTS
of the Americans drink coffee every day
It takes 40 coffee beans
to make even one cup of espresso
It has been estimated it would take
What the Level of Caffeine in Coffee Depends on?
70 cups of coffee to kill a 154-pound (70 kg) person
Most of the world’s coffee
is made in Brazil
The famous “Cappuccino” is named
after the Capuchin monks
because of the similarity
of their clothing and the drink
Irish coffee hasn’t always been
it was originally invented to help Americans warm up on their chilly flights back home
a long-standing tradition in Ireland
The coffee mugs in the offices may contain faecal bacteria
with a probability higher than 20%
Coffee loses 70% of its flavor within 2 minutes
However, if you’re not a stickler for following the rules of coffee culture, it’ll probably taste great as long as it’s hot and up to half an hour after being brewed.
and can be stale within 15 minutes
Drinking coffee meant a sure death sentence
in the Ottoman Empire during the 17th century
Decaf coffee isn’t completely decaf
There is a small amount of caffeine in decaf coffee, but not nearly as much as a regular cup of brewed coffee. Your decaf cup of coffee can have 8.6 to 13.9 MG of caffeine.
smokers process coffee almost twice as fast as non-smokers do, and women process caffeine faster than men
Coffee doesn’t have the same effect on everyone
Caffeine can ease muscle pain
If you’ve got a squat goal to beat at the gym, treat yourself to a cup of eight-ounce coffee with a splash of your favorite creamer beforehand.
The trade of coffee takes the second place in the world
just behind the petroleum
One cup of coffee needs
and process with more than 37 gallons water
coffee beans which are grown
There are more flavors of coffee
However, a day hasn’t properly started or ended without either of these favorites
than there are wine flavors
“Espresso” is an Italian word which literary means “forced out”
Colombia is the second largest producer of coffee in the world
The Columbian Exchange was the widespread transfer of plants, animals, culture, human populations, technology, and ideas between the Americas and the Old World in the 15th and 16th centuries, related to European colonization and trade after Christopher Columbus's 1492 voyage.
and Before the “Columbian exchange” took place, there was no coffee in Columbia
One of the most expensive coffees in the world
is produced by the excrements of the Sumatran wildcat
Who is Joe from the proverbial “cup of Joe”?
Joe stands for Joseph Daniels who was secretary of the US Navy. He wanted to affirm the morality in the Navy, therefore increased the number of chaplains, discouraged the prostitution in the naval bases, and banned the consumption of alcohol.
“As a substitute, stewards increased their purchases of coffee, among other beverages, and Daniels’s name became linked to the daily drink of millions around the world. A cup of coffee became disparagingly known as ‘a cup of Joseph Daniels,’ and as legend has it, this was soon shortened to a ‘cup of Joe.”