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Happy International Coffee day! For those Coffee lovers, some Cool Coffee facts.

Today is international Coffee day, if you’re a coffee Lover We prepare this whole article for you, so please keep reading you’ll like it ! First of all We wanted to know a little bit more about this day, and the truth History is that The first official Coffee day was Celebrated on 2015, just a few years ago. The meaning behind this day was to raise awareness for the plight of the coffee growers, and also to celebrate  the popularity of this beverage, did you know that 3 Billion cups are consumed every day? I you didn’t  know this very cool fact here We prepare a list of Cool facts about Coffee that you need to know!

1. History of the drink:

The properties of coffee beans are thought to have first been discovered in Ethiopia. The beans are actually the pits found in the coffee berry or cherry. The story goes that a 9th century goat herder noticed their stimulating effects on his goats and began experimenting.

2. Coffee is good for you

Coffee is good for your health!  Research shows that coffee drinkers are less likely to have type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, and dementia than non coffee drinkers.  Coffee drinkers also have lower incidence of certain cancers, heart rhythm problems, and stroke.

3. Coffe was originally chewed, not sipped.

Coffee has not always been a liquid treat. According to a number of historians, the first African tribes to consume coffee did so by grinding the berries together, adding in some animal fat, and rolling these caffeinated treats into tiny edible balls of energy. It wasn’t until 1000 CE that the beans were turned into a beverage (a special wine, to be exact).

4. Espresso means “pressed out” in Italian.

This refers to the way espresso is made — forcing boiling water through pressed coffee grounds. And although espresso has more caffeine per volume than a regular coffee.

5. Finland is the world’s coffee king.

The world’s most caffeinated country? Finland! Though the country doesn’t produce any beans of its own, Finnish drinkers still manage to consume almost three times as much coffee as Americans each year. Norway, Iceland, Denmark, and the Netherlands round out the top five (in that order).

6. Decaf does not mean caffeine-free.

An eight-ounce brewed cup of decaf coffee actually contains two to 12 milligrams of caffeine, the Mayo Clinic states. In comparison, a regular cup of coffee supplies between 95 to 200 milligrams, while one can of cola has aout 23 to 35 milligrams of caffeine.

7. The most expensive coffee is made by cat poop

“Kopi Luwak” is the most expensive coffee in the world.  It comes from Indonesia and is made from beans digested   from the Asian Palm Civet. In other words, it comes from cat poop.  It sells for $350 and up per kilo!

8. ArtsCase Coffee designs are amazing!

A lot of our designers love Coffee too, some of them are Mitxel Gonzales from Spain, Coffee Man from Dominican Republic, Eduely from Brazil, among many others…  they’ve created amazing Coffee designs to protect your phone! Bellow you can a few of their designs…




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