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Coffee was first discovered in Eastern Africa in an area we know today as Ethiopia. A popular legend refers to a goat herder by the name of Kaldiwho observed his goats acting unusually frisky after eating berries from a bush. Curious about this phenomenaKaldi tried eating the berries himself. He found that these berries gave him a renewed energy. The news of this energy laden fruit quickly spread throughout the region.
Monks hearing about this amazing fruitdried the berries so that they could be transported to distant monasteries.They reconstituted these berries in waterate the fruitand drank the liquid to provide stimulation for a more awakened time for prayer.
Coffee berries were transported from Ethiopia to the Arabian peninsulaand were first cultivated in what today is the country of Yemen.
From therecoffee traveled to Turkey where coffee beans were roasted for the first time over open fires. The roasted beans were crushedand then boiled in watercreating a crude version of the beverage we enjoy today.
Coffee first arrived on the European continent by means of Venetian trade merchants. Once in Europe this new beverage fell under harsh criticism from the Catholic church. Many felt the pope should ban coffeecalling it the drink of the devil. To their surprisethe popealready a coffee drinkerblessed coffee declaring it a truly Christian beverage.
Coffee houses spread quickly across Europe becoming centers for intellectual exchange. Many great minds of Europe used this beverageand forumas a springboard to heightened thought and creativity.
In the 1700'scoffee found its way to the Americas by means of a French infantry captain who nurtured one small plant on its long journey across the Atlantic. This one planttransplanted to the Caribbean Island of Martiniquebecame the predecessor of over 19 million trees on the island within 50 years. It was from this humble beginning that the coffee plant found its way to the rest of the tropical regions of South and Central America.
Coffee was declared the national drink of the then colonized United States by the Continental Congressin protest of the excessive tax on tea levied by the British crown.
Todaycoffee is a giant global industry employing more than 20 million people. This commodity ranks second only to petroleum in terms of dollars traded worldwide. With over 400 billion cups consumed every yearcoffee is the world's most popular beverage. If you can imaginein Brazil aloneover 5 million people are employed in the cultivation and harvesting of over 3 billion coffee plants.
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