Where Was Coffee First Discovered?

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Coffee was initially discovered in Eastern Africa in a region that is known today as Ethiopia. Kaldi who was a goat herder is referred by a popular to have observed his goats acting strangely frisky after it took berries from a bush. Out of curiosity, he ate the berries and found that they gave him a renewed energy.
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It is said that Kaldi, an Ethiopian goat herder, discovered coffee when his goats would eat the berries from particular trees they would not settle down at night. For more information
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One legend is about an Ethiopian goat herder named Kaldi who discovered coffee in 800 A.D. Or rather, his goats did. Kaldi noticed a change in his goats' behavior after they nibbled
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The earliest credible evidence of either coffee drinking or knowledge of the coffee tree appears in the middle of the fifteenth century, in the Sufi monasteries of Yemen.
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Coffee was first discovered in Eastern Africa in an area we know today as
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