This infographic by Evoke.ie offers an insight into the world of coffee that you perhaps never considered, including the amount of calories in different types of coffee drinks, how do calories compare in different coffee chains and what researchers say about coffee addiction.
You can always travel the world, but did you know you can travel it through coffee? Here’s an infographic developed by cheapflights.co.uk that will help you to do just that.
With a history spanning 600 years, it’s not surprising that there’s more to coffee than meets the eye. The earliest evidence of coffee cultivation comes from the port of Mocha in Yemen in the 15th Century. By the 16th Century, coffee had spread to the Middle East, Turkey and Persia (now Iran). Today, $4 billion is spent each year importing coffee to the U.S. As coffee drinking has become more prevalent around the world, different styles of coffee drinks have been introduced.
Amazing, but true – some substance abuse clinics already view caffeine as a potentially hazardous substance and do not allow patients or employees to bring the contraband into the facility. I don’t know about you, but I’m a Java Junkie for sure, First thing I grab in the morning. How about you? Check out some fascinating facts and figures on coffee and caffeine in general in the following infographic.
Improve your coffee knowledge and fatten your pockets with lots of frugal ways to enjoy a cup of coffee in the comforts of your home. Learn how to brew and prepare your favorite coffee blends and pick up perfect coffee pairings in this infographic.
Some will say a good night’s sleep or a hot breakfast is essential to starting out your day. However, most people can be found with their hands glued to cups of coffee in the mornings. Zoho Blogs takes a look at the bond between work and coffee in the following infographic.
4.5% of coffee consumed worldwide came from Rainforest Initiative farms last year. Such initiatives began as alternatives to exploitative traditional business. But higher production exposes the tension between being a viable alternative and becoming part of the mainstream. Learn more about the coffee trade in this infographic.
The infographic from FinancesOnline.com paints a picture of you, the coffee-loving consumer, and your connection to Bushogo – a typical small-scale African coffee farmer. In the middle are all the other players that move coffee along a supply chain until Bushogo’s harvest of beans steams as a delicious brew in your cup. Who’s making money from your daily frap outlay?
Spending $3 to $4 dollars everyday for a cup of coffee is an action millions of Americans do without a second thought during their morning routines. By donating the same amount to cancer research, they could impact countless cancer patients and their families. As viewers will see, if just nine people at the office dropped their coffee habit for one year, they could cover all of one cancer’s patient’s medical costs.
First isolated in coffee back in 1820, caffeine is the tacit drug of choice for millions as it can be found in numerous beverages and medications. However, not a lot of people stop to appreciate what caffeine actually is and what it does.
Do you typically take your coffee the same way all the time? The following infographic from Loku attempts to define the personalities of people by the types of coffee they drink. Where do you match up?