Coffee is one of the oldest drinks in the world and the most consuming drink in the world. The origin of Coffee is Ethiopia, located in Africa.
1. Coffee was first tasted by goats.
The first coffee beans were tasted by the goats in Ethiopia. The coffee beans eaten by the goats were fast and energetic all night. The sudden change in the goat’s behavior was observed by the shepherd. Later, he brought those beans to his house. From there it has been transformed into different types of drinks and traveled to many countries.
2. 30 types of coffees in the world
There are many types of coffee in the world. The coffees are differentiated with color, taste, aroma, method of making, etc. Mainly there are 30 types of coffees in the world. The most 5 popular coffees in the world are:
3 Cafe Latte
5 Cafe Mocha
3. Finland is the most coffee consuming country
Finland is the most coffee consuming country in the world. On average, the people in Finland drinks 5 to 8 cups per day. The other four most coffee consuming countries in the world are:
4. Brazil is the top coffee producing country
Brazil is the top coffee producing country in the world. Brazil produces 40 percent of the global coffee supply. The other top 4 coffee-producing countries are:
5. Kopi luwak is the costliest coffee in the world
Kopi luwak is the costliest coffee in the world, produced mainly in Indonesia. It is costliest not because of the taste, it is because of its making process. The kopi luwak coffee is made from the feces of a Civet cat. They believe that civet cat eats selected coffee cherries and it is digested with the special chemical of a civet cat. Then they collect the feces of civet cats and make the world’s costliest coffee.
6. Coffee is the second most traded commodities in the world
Can you believe this Coffee is the second most traded commodity in the world after crude oil?. Coffee is consumed in the world in such a way, as it became the most important essential beverage after water.
7. MECCA banned coffee in 1511
Coffee was prohibited in Mecca in 1511, as it was accepted to animate extremist reasoning and hanging out the lead representative’s idea it may join his resistance.
8. Starbucks uses 2.3 billion paper cups per year
Starbucks the world’s largest coffeehouse chain alone uses 2.3 billion paper cups per year and 93 million gallons of milk every year.
9. 1.6 billion cups of coffee every day
Every day more than 1.6 billion cups of coffee were drunk worldwide.
10. The word “coffee” comes from the Arabic
The word “coffee” comes from Arabic qahwah and the meaning is “wine of the bean.”
11. Coffee drinkers have less risk of heart disease
The Korean researchers found that those who drink coffee in moderate like 3-4 cups a day will have fewer chances of beginning signs of heart diseases.