Did you know that coffee can make a goat dance?
According to legends, an Ethiopian Shepherd saw his goats appearing frisky and dance after eating coffee berries. This is the first record of caffeine effects on animals.
Did you know that coffee before was originally eaten?
Before the invention of coffee grinders, coffee makers, and instant coffee, – coffee before was originally eaten by people, this was originated by the African Tribes mixing the coffee berries to fat and create wholesome energy balls.
Did you know that Islams became popular because of coffee?
Islams contributed greatly to the popularity of coffee. It’s because, during the rise of their religion, they prohibit the drinking of alcohol but they allow coffee as an acceptable drink.
Did you know that all coffee grows in only one Island?
You can’t just plant coffee at the back of your yard unless you are in Hawaii. All coffee’s in the world grows in bean belt or coffee belt – “is the latitude to which all coffee plants are grown” and Hawaii is the only Island who produces coffee in the entire United States.
Did you know that English people are not allowed to drink coffee?
This is during 1675, the king of the England proclaimed to banned coffee houses, because he was afraid that people met in the coffee house to conspire against him.
Did you know that Arabica is the most consumed coffee in the world?
Almost 70% of the world’s population consumed Arabica coffee because it is mild and aromatic. 30% drinks Robusta coffee, stronger in taste , bitter tasting and has 50% more caffeine to it.
Did You know that coffee is a tree?
Yes, coffee is not a shrub. Coffee can grow 30 feet tall, but they were cut around 10 feet tall for easy picking
Did you know that George Washington Invented the instant coffee?
Yes, that’s a fact, he’s not just the first President of the United States but in 1906 he discovered that instant coffee exists.
These are just some of facts about how coffee popularized around the globe. Hope you enjoy these small fun facts about coffee! See you on our next blog!