The history of coffee goes at least as far back as the 10th century, with a number
of reports and legends surrounding its first use. The native (undomesticated) ...
The History of Coffee. No one knows exactly how or when coffee was discovered,
though there are many legends about its origin.
HISTORY OF COFFEE. ETHIOPIA. The coffee plant, which was discovered in
Ethiopia in the 11th Century, has a white blossom that smells like jasmine and a ...
Sep 29, 2014 ... Forget what you thought you knew about the world's favorite way to wake up.
Aug 6, 2010 ... A history of coffee's travels from Ethiopia to your cup. There's just one catch: no
one knows if all the myths—especially the caffeinated ...
Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. In the tenth century, Ethiopian nomadic
mountain people may have been the first to recognize coffee's stimulating effect,
Abyssinia, now Ethiopia, is the original home of the coffee (arabica) plant. ...
According to Ethiopia's ancient history, an Abyssinian goatherd, Kaldi, who lived
Early Coffee. According to legend coffee was discovered by an Ethiopian goat
herd called Kaldi. He noticed that goats who ate certain beans became very lively
Coffee beans. August 2016 - Coffee plants grew wild in East Africa, and
sometime before 1000 AD, the people who lived in Ethiopia, in East Africa, began
From the MrBreakfast.com article collection: The History of Coffee. Helping you
make the most of the morning meal.