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The first coffee shop in England opened in Oxford in 1650 and in London a year later.
17th century London cafes were known as “Penny Universities” because the price of a coffee could form part of conversations with artists, merchants and poets who frequented those places.
Coffee arrived in Europe in the early seventeenth century. Louis XIV and Pope Clement III were among the first drinkers.
In 1800 Brazil became the largest producer of coffee in the world.
The Dutch began to grow coffee on the island of Java, now part of Indonesia, in 1696.
The word “coffee” originates from the Arabic word “kaweh”, which means strength or vigour.
In addition, there is a cafeteria where you can enjoy a
It is convenient to prepare the coffee with water having a temperature between 85 and 96 degrees.
Japan has a space in which customers have the option of dipping into coffee.
Africa, Brazil and Colombia produce more than 40% of all coffee consumed globally.