When life gives you lemons , give them back and tell them you want coffee.

I don’t know what it is about coffee, but no matter what kind of day I am having, no matter how slow, busy, chaotic, calm, it always makes me feel like I am on a mini vacation. It seems that no matter where I have lived with simple sip its always felt home away from home

Did you know coffee has been around for over eleven centuries and is currently the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water, more than four hundred billion cups are drunk every year around the world thats 15,000 every second that a simple beverage could be so loved is a wonder.

okay where did it all start..

It all started with a curious goat at least that’s what the legends say in the ninth century an Ethiopian goat herder drank a concoction made from the coffee beans after seeing his goats eating them and getting energetic as the preparation method of coffee improved its popularity spread through coffee houses around the world’s and then into homes to become a very important part of people’s life.

Now here are three main reasons why people love to drink coffee so much

One coffee is 100 % natural coffee comes from a tree that grows in what is called the coffee belt between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn Ethiopia and Cocteau are the biggest coffee producer in Africa, all it takes to prepare coffee is pick the beans

dry them, roast them, grind them and extract the coffee with hot pressurized water

but for a good coffee it requires a lot of knowledge and skills to select the best beans roast them gently and make sure all along the process the great flavours and aromas are carefully captured to be restituted later in you cup.

Coffee is so much more than a beverage — it’s a community. By taking a look through some of the best coffee blogs out there, you’ll get an introduction to just how broad and diverse the world of coffee really is.Maybe you’re a novice whose infatuation is rapidly turning into something more serious. Or maybe you’re a connoisseur with a thirst for knowledge on brewing techniques. A lot of these bloggers have been there, and they enthusiastically share tips, experiments, and comparisons that will have you making top-notch craft brews in no time.

bad day with coffee is better than a good day without it. I like my coffee like I like myself: strong, sweet, and too hot for you. I would rather suffer with coffee than be senseless. To make me happy: Make me coffee, bring me coffee,

by: JONAH CAISIP

If you cant remember my name,

just say “coffee”and

I’ll turn around.

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