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1) The discovery of coffee dates back to....
Know more: The drink dates back to 800 A.D.
Legend has it that 9th-century goat herders noticed the effect caffeine had on their goats, which appeared to "dance" after eating the fruit of the Coffea plant. A local monk then made a drink with the produce and found that it kept him awake at night, thus the original cup of coffee was born.
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2) Which is the most expensive coffee in the world?
Kopi Luwak is mainly produced in Indonesia on the islands of Java, Bali and Sumatra. Its cost is US$ 1300 per kg. The coffee is roasted after being eaten, digested, and expelled by a Palm Civet. It’s said that they only eat the very best, sweetest, and freshest coffee cherries and when ingested, it’s naturally fermented which gives it a distinctive flavour. Where this coffee fact is definitely interesting, we think we’ll pass on a cup!
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3) Who produced the first instant coffee?
Know more: Nescafé produced the first instant coffee.
The story goes all the way back to 1929 when Brazil were looking for a solution to help with the coffee surplus in the country, which after years of careful research, led to the development of the Nescafé brand.
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4) Coffee wasn't always for drinking...
Know more: Coffee wasn't always for drinking.
Before coffee was discovered to be a delicious beverage it was a food. East African tribes would grind the berries then mix them with animal fat and eat them.
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5) Which country consumes the most coffee?
Know more: Finland consumes the most coffee in the world.
While Brazil may grow the most, Finland drink the most coffee! On average they drink 12kg per person, per year which works out to around an impressive 1,680 cups each a year. Now how’s that for a coffee fact?
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6) One cup coffee has how many calories?
Know more: One cup of black coffee only has one calorie.
Adding sweeteners, cream, and other mix-ins can quickly jack up the total. A venti Java Chip Frappuccino from Starbucks contains 88 grams of sugar and 600 calories — more than a McDonald's Big Mac!
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7) The word "coffee" comes from the…………word for…………
Know more: The word "coffee" comes from the Arabic word for "wine."
Qahwah later became kahveh in Turkish, and then koffie in Dutch, which is where we get the English word coffee.
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8) What is the measure of the largest cup of coffee ever filled?
Know more: Tonic World Center S.A. de C.V. The largest cup of coffee contains 26,939.22 litres (5,925.8 UK gal; 7,116.59 US gal), achieved by Tonic World Center S.A. de C.V. (Mexico) in Guanajuato, Mexico, on 10 December 2022.
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9) Espresso means "pressed out" in.........
Know more: Espresso means "pressed out" in Italian.
This refers to the way espresso is made — forcing boiling water through pressed coffee grounds. And although espresso has more caffeine per volume than coffee, it would take three shots to equal the amount in a regular cup of joe.
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10) Which country grows the most coffee in the world?
Know more: Brazil grows the most coffee in the world.
Today, Brazil produces about third of the world's supply, according to the International Coffee Organization, about twice as much as the second place holder, Vietnam.
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