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Arabica Coffee: leaves, flowers and fruit by M. Eaton in 1922
'Ah, How Sweet Coffee Tastes—Lovelier Than a Thousand Kisses, Sweeter Far than Muscatel Wine!' Opening bars of Betty's aria in Bach's Coffee Cantata, 1732 (public domain)
Centuries before the ubiquitous Starbucks logo, we had these coffee-house keepers’ tokens of the century, from a history of how coffee changed the world.
Since Todd went to Japan in this week’s episode of Uncommon Grounds, we’re trying out the Japanese-style method of making iced coffee! If you are a cold brew lover, this recipe is great for a quick…
From the history of how coffee changed the world, early foreign and American coffee-making devices,
"In the form of a hot infusion of its ground, roasted seeds, coffee is consumed for its bittersweet bouquet, its mind-racing jump start, and social bonding.