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This One is Interesting…!

This one is interesting.. Dutch coffee merchants presented the King of France, Louis XIV, in 1715, with a coffee tree. Thanks to Chevalier Gabriel Mathieu de Clieu, who stole some cuttings from the tree and began cultivating in the Caribbean and millions of trees...

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Mocha Java Coffee – Wait… No Chocolate?

Mocha Java Coffee: One the largest misconception in the U.S. today about coffee is that Mocha Java coffee is a chocolaty beverage. In fact, there is no chocolate in the Mocha or Java bean at all. Mocha is the name of the largest port in Yemen, here is where all the...

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Beer for Breakfast?

We now drink coffee with our breakfast, but back in 17th-century people drank beer along with their breakfast every morning!

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Coffee Grounds Facial!?

Did you know you can use coffee grounds for a facial exfoliant!? We all need a good exfoliator, so why not choose one with natural properties to buff all those pesky lines and dry skin? A coffee scrub will help to eliminate dead skin while working with your body’s...

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Bees and Coffee Buzz? Who Knew?

Did you know that coffee doesn’t just give us humans a buzz? No siree. BEES get a buzz when drinking coffee and what’s even more interesting is that it supercharges their long-term memory! How else do you think they find their way back to the same plant over and over...

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The Origin of Coffee and the Dancing Goats?

The origin of coffee? I never really thought about it. When I was a kid, coffee was always around. My parents drank coffee, my grandparents drank coffee, all the adults I knew drank coffee. I assumed I would drink it too when I was older, and of course, I did. But...

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Why Do People Put Salt in Coffee?

Why Do People Put Salt in Coffee? Did you know the key to making a killer cup of coffee may be adding salt? Though it may be news to you, it’s not a new trend by any means. In fact, adding salt to coffee grounds prior to brewing has long been the customary way to...

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