It is said that the earliest coffee trees were found in Ethiopia, but the earliest origin of coffee is generally believed to be in the Middle East. When the shepherd found that the flock had eaten the fruit of an evergreen tree during the grazing process, it would become very excited. So she curiously ate some fruit. I did not expect this test to be tried for humans for hundreds of years. A fascinating drink. Then he took the fruit and gave it to the monks of the monastery. All the people felt refreshed after eating. It is said that the fruit was used as a refreshing medicine and was highly praised by doctors. This kind of fruit is today's coffee beans.
Coffee is for drinking, and it is said that it began in the early eleventh century and can be seen in the ancient Arabic literature. Before that, the Arab region dried the coffee beans and then drank them as a stomach medicine, but later learned that the coffee also had a refreshing effect, coupled with the strict rules of Islam, prohibiting the believers from drinking, the believers The coffee juice that was baked after baking was used as an excitatory drink instead of alcohol. It is said that the locals know how to bake raw beans for use, which is after the thirteenth century.
In the twelfth and third centuries, coffee was planted by a large number of Arabs. In the 16th century, Damascus (1530) in the Middle East gave birth to the world's first coffee shop. In just a few years, from ancient Constantinople to the Caucasus, from the Persian Gulf to Budapest, and more than two hundred cities in the entire empire have different numbers of coffee shops, and the roads connecting the cities through the desert wilderness There are also coffee tents that can be moved along the way, serving the ever-changing business travel and military. In the same century, coffee also spread to Europe. In the import and export trade of flavored raw materials that flourished at the end of the 16th century, many coffee beans from the east began to enter the European continent.
However, the first coffee shop in Europe was not opened until 1867 in Vienna, Austria, by a Polish. The businessmen who know the Eastern European and Turkish languages, led by the exquisite Armenian businessman John Dioda, not only serve as translators and guides for Austria during the war, but also engage in profitable coffee trade on both sides of the line of fire, satisfying their own business. At the same time as the needs of the café, the coffee party for many aristocrats and wealthy family salons solved the urgent need for raw materials shortage and won the brilliance of the upper class. A few years later, the coffee industry, which is seen everywhere in the streets, is growing rapidly. These cafes are mostly opened by his fellow villagers or Turks from other parts of the Ottoman Turkish Empire. Naturally, they have a strong Middle Eastern flavor.
The pure European-style cafés that people are familiar with today, or who want to be elegant, comfortable, and have an open social salon atmosphere, have to wait for about fifty years until the era of enlightenment, when citizens’ consciousness is generally awakened. Started to board the stage center of life in Vienna and other western cities.
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