Talk about coffee, once again reviews the wonders of coffee

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Coffee for coffee lovers. Image: wakeup-world.com
Coffee has become a part of history and social life of mankind, and now there is a coffee shop on every corner of the town and village. Coffee is not just because of the genes of Arabica and Robusta, even coffee growing with glory cappuccino, cafe latte, coffee civet and various variations of coffee, which can be found in liquid, cake, ice cream and various other coffee recipes. 

Coffee has a unique facts and legends. Coffee is also beneficial for human health both physically and mentally, but you must be wise in coffee because coffee consumed also have harmful side effects on your health.

Do you like black coffee? Coffee contains caffeine, when taken in proper doses, then black coffee is very useful for you physically and mentally. Over 500 billion cups of coffee are drunk each year, or around 1.4 billion cups per day. Over half of this is consumed during breakfast. If you open a new coffee shop, the coffee drinkers will grow faster. If you want to open a new café, make sure you hire a barista who understands coffee beans well, not just experts prescription dispensing coffee or espresso.

What is the process or journey a cup of coffee, which is ready when you drink in your coffee break or having breakfast in the morning? Coffee is a brewed beverage created from the roasted or baked seeds of an evergreen shrub, commonly referred to by its genus name, coffea. The "berries" that come from this shrub are harvested, processed, and dried before eventually being roasted, ground, and finally being brewed. If you have a vacation planned in the near future, let's get a coffee break in Bali, the island of paradise.
 
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Coffee break in Kori Ubud Bali. Image: heaven-view.blogspot.com
According to history or legends, it all started with dancing goats in the 9th century an Ethiopian goat herder named Kaldi observed that his goats appeared to be unusually energized after they had consumed the bright red berries from a nearby bush. Curious, Kaldi himself had one and experienced this himself. Excited, he brought these berries to a monk residing in the nearby monastery. But the Monk who disapproved of its use, threw these berries in to the fire. The coffee beans began to get roasted and released an alluring scent, causing the other monks to investigate. The beans were picked up from the fire, ground and then dissolved in the water. Thus was born the world's first cup of coffee.

Because the story of coffee is not recorded properly, of course there are other legends about coffee, and can be found in the literature about the coffee. Among the stories, of course there are the facts, and some are just a legend and folklore. The Ethiopians introduced the coffee plant into the Arab World. The current methods of brewing coffee evolved from the Arabs who first roasted the seed and then brewed coffee. Coffee had become an important secret in the Arab region, but the delicacy of coffee has made the Indians could not let the coffee only in Ethiopia or the Arabian peninsula.

According to the fact that we can trust, Baba Budan, a sufi saint revered by both the Hindus and Muslims in India was the one who smuggled the first coffee seeds to India by strapping the seeds to his chest. The smuggled seeds were then planted in Mysore. Soon after coffee spread to Europe, Indonesia especially in Java Island, Bali or Sumatera and the Americas. Now, the coffee can be taken in the whole world. Are you also a true coffee connoisseur?
 
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Although black coffee has a bad effect on some people, but the coffee basically has many health benefits, it can even prevent some critical diseases such as skin cancer, Alzheimer's, reduce drunk from drinking alcohol, even the coffee aroma can also be "maximized" to attract the opposite sex . Do you want to prove this?

When you drink black coffee, say 3 or 4 times a day, you get good doses of essential nutrients - 1 cup of black coffee has about 2% vitamin B3 (niacin) and magnesium, 6% vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), 11% vitamin B2 (riboflavin), and 3% potassium and manganese. As you may know, these nutrients are very good for health. This information is certainly very encouraging true coffee lovers and fans of coffee, but you need to pay attention to the side effects of coffee if you drink excessive coffee.

If you can not stand the caffeine content of coffee, then you can enjoy the delights of coffee by drinking decaffeinated coffee. Water is always the best drink, but if you are fond of coffee, then you must be aware, that coffee also have adverse effects on your health. Drink coffee with a wise, just two cups or a maximum of three cups, and reduce sugar in your coffee so that you stay healthy, and can get the benefits of sustainable coffee for the rest of your life.

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