Coffee was cultivated and marketed economically on the Arabian Peninsula by the fifteenth century. In the 17th century, Europeans followed the caffeine boat, and coffee shops soon became meeting places for artists and writers. The seedling continued to thrive, resulting in prosperous coffee business in the nation, as well as serving as the parent for coffee trees in modern-day South and Central America and the Caribbean.
This infographic provides information about how coffee can boosts brain energy. The graphic starts off with a couple of quick facts and then goes on to provide the reasons such as coffee boosts brain energy, coffee reduces depression.
Do you love coffee like I do? Have you ever wonder where the birth place of coffee is and how it has gained in popularity across the world? Here we unravel Stewart Lee Allen’s witty coffee adventure from crossing dangerous borders to sipping coffee from around the world in an infographic put together by Better Coffeer.
Coffee culture has always changed to suit our needs, and today our daily cup of coffee is often fancier and more expensive than our parents’ counterparts. Learn more about the evolution of coffee culture from this infographic, courtesy of Rave Reviews.
The coffee world, with all of its terminology, can be daunting to the new coffee lover. To that end, the folks at Best Quality Coffee have created an infographic designed to simplify the process of selecting the coffee that best fits your taste profile. Whether it’s choosing the right bean, grind, brewing method, or roast, part of the fun of being a coffee lover is experimenting with different variables to ultimately achieve your perfect brew.
People may not think of caffeine as the most popular mood-altering drug in the world, even those who use it daily, by drinking coffee, tea, sodas or energy drinks as part of their routine. Coffee Corner has created the following infographic to show some of the most interesting facts about caffeine. Do you know how much caffeine you can take daily?
To all the coffee enthusiasts out there, every single one of you: the early bird coffee slurpers and the late night caffeine addicts, the zombies armed with fresh coffee breath and the coffee snobs that turn their nose up to all but the finest brews, you are invited you to check out this infographic from Kimbo Coffee showing how much Britain loves it’s coffee.
The caffeine that is present in our daily coffee is not bad for us as many would have us to believe, but can help us to live longer, increase our mental ability and focus, fight depression and even help us to lose weight. What’s not to love about many people’s drink? Fed up of justifying your coffee addiction? Here are 13 reasons why your daily fix is actually a good thing.
Today’s Office Coffee Machines offer a wide range of specialty coffees. London Coffee Machines have compared two of the leading machines, both with very similar features but one serves fresh milk and the other serves granulated milk. One would think that fresh milk is the only choice for that barista style coffee in your office but is that assumption true? read on to find out.
Choosing a Rental Coffee Machine can be quite overwhelming, If your looking for a coffee machine for a self service environment what type do you go for? Bean to Cup coffee machines, Instant/Soluble machines, or the increasingly popular Capsule/Pod machines are some of the best options. The following infographic highlights the pros and cons of the various types of commercial coffee machines.