20 Surprising Facts About Today’s Indispensable Drink Coffee


We have compiled for you a few information that may be of interest to you about coffee, one of the most popular drinks in the world. Let’s get into our content while you’re sipping your coffee..

  1. Finland is the most coffee consuming country in the world.

Finland is the country that consumes the most coffee with 12 kilograms per year.

  1. Before coffee was invented, beer was the most widely consumed breakfast drink.
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coffee 1

3. Brazil accounts for 1 in 3 of the world’s coffee production.

4. The coffee bean is called the ‘coffee bean’ just because of its similarities, in fact it is a fruit.

5. Consuming coffee regularly reduces the risk of cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s.

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coffee 2

6. in 1932, Brazil did not have enough money to send its national athletes to the Olympics, so the athletes had to earn the money themselves by selling coffee.

7. Coffee was banned in Mecca in 1511 on the grounds that it encouraged radical thinking and laziness.

8. The more cream October you add to your coffee, the longer it will stay hot.

9. About 2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed every day on Earth.

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coffee 3

10. Coffee is most effective if drunk between 9:30 and 11:30 Dec.

11. Studies have shown that drinking coffee can reduce your risk of depression.

12. Experts say that to get close to a lethal dose of caffeine, you need to drink about 30 glasses in a very short period of time.

13. Even just the smell of coffee can help you wake up in the morning.

14. Milk reduces the effects of coffee.

Most people like to add milk to their coffee, but this also reduces the effects of caffeine. Due to the fat in milk, our body absorbs caffeine more slowly

15. The word ‘coffee’ comes from the Arabic word ‘qahwah’, which refers to a type of wine.

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coffee 4

16. There is more caffeine in an average cup of coffee than espresso.

17. The first webcam was invented in 1991 for watching coffee pots.

in 1991, scientists working at the University of Cambridge invented webcam technology to be able to observe the coffee machine located in another part of the building where they were working. If the coffee pot was empty, they didn’t want to get up and walk all the way inside the building.

18. No decaffeinated coffee is decaffeinated.

The decaffeination process usually eliminates 94-98 percent of the caffeine. Research has shown that the average 16-ounce caffeinated coffee has 188 ml of caffeine, while the average 16-ounce decaffeinated coffee has 9.4 ml.

19. The cappuccino is named after the Capuchin monks because its color resembles the Capuchin robe.

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coffee 5

20. Scientists have managed to convert ground coffee waste into biodiesel fuel.

Scientists have successfully turned ground coffee into biodiesel, so one day you can use your coffee as fuel.

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