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english bone china chocolate set Coffee, Mugs, and Coffee Mugs - History and Fun Facts

by:Two Eight     2019-08-17
english bone china chocolate set Coffee, Mugs, and Coffee Mugs - History and Fun Facts
Without first understanding the history of coffee and the history of mugs, it is difficult to know the history of mugs.
First come-coffee or mugs?
How can there be coffee cups without coffee.
So people may think that coffee is the first one. Am I right?
It would be true, given the fact that coffee plants have existed since ancient times.
But as far as we know, coffee was only 1000 A at the earliest. D. \" in English).
What about the mug? \").
So, as we know, the Cup was already there before the coffee.
Isn't history interesting?
Now, let's learn about the history of the mug by learning about the history of coffee and the history of the mug. 800 A. . -
According to legend, Kaldi, a shepherd, noticed that his herd jumped from one coffee bush to another and grazed on cherries --
Red berries containing beans.
He dealt with a few people himself and soon played with his flock.
One and Shang picked berries for his brothers and witnessed goatly gambol of Cadi.
That night, they were extremely wary of the divine inspiration.
Today the ethbia ancestors of the Oromo tribe are the first to recognize the energetic role of native coffee plants.
However, no direct evidence was found of where African coffee grew, or who among the locals might use it as a stimulant, or as early as the 17 th century. 1000 A. D. -
As far as we know, coffee started in Arabia. in Arabia, the baked beans were originally in. D. 1000.
By the 13 th century, Muslims were drinking coffee religiously.
No matter where Islam goes, coffee goes: North Africa, Eastern Mediterranean and India. 1600 A. D. -
Arabic infertility of exported beans by baking or boiling, said to be until more than 1600 years old, no coffee seeds sprout outside Africa or Arabia
Until Baba.
As a tradition, this Indian Pilgrimcum-
Smugglers left Mecca with fertile seeds tied to their stomachs, which is why coffee was introduced into European colonies. 1615 A. D. -
On 1615, The Merchant of Venice introduced coffee to Europe.
But for many traders, the final product is not much --
They want production materials.
The game began. 1616 A. D. -
The Dutch broke through the original obstacles in 1616, bringing a coffee factory to Europe for the first time. 1696 A. D. -
And then in 1696 they built the first Europe.
Having a coffee estate in Colonial Java, it is now part of Indonesia.
Business is booming and the Dutch are sprinting toward the neighboring islands.
Amsterdam was confident and began giving coffee trees to nobles across Europe. 1714 A. D. -
Louis XIV at 1714-
A coffee tree in the Royal Botanical Garden of Paris.
A few years later, a young naval officer, Gabriel Mathieu de Creo, left Paris from the French colony of Martinique in the Caribbean.
Think of Martinique as a native of Java, France, who asked for a cut from his King's tree, and of course he was rejected.
De Kerry came back in the middle of the night and stole a bud from the wall.
After the mission was completed, detreo headed for Martinique. 1720 to 1770 A. D. -
This bean sprouts grow strong in Martinique, and the big family sprouts thrive. after 50 years, Martinique has 18,680 coffee trees, which can be promoted to Haiti, Mexico and the Caribbean. 1727 A. D. -
The Brazilian government wants to cut its share of the coffee market.
Brazil sent Lt. Col.
Francisco de merlot parheta heads to French Guiana, where parheta gets precious coffee seedlings by romance with the governor's wife. 1800 A. D. -
The greatest coffee empire in the world sprouted from these humble shoots.
The huge harvest of Brazil to 1800 will make coffee from the indulgence of the elite to the daily elixir of immortality, becoming a drink for people. -
In the early 19 th and 20 th centuries, Brazil was the largest producer of coffee and a virtual monopoly of coffee trade.
However, the policy of maintaining high prices quickly presents opportunities for other countries such as Colombia, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Indonesia and Vietnam, where Brazil is currently the world's second-largest coffee producer. Large-
Since the normalization of trade relations with the United States in 1995, Vietnam began mass production.
Almost all the coffee grown here is Robusta.
Brazil remains the largest coffee exporter, but Vietnam has tripled its exports between 1995 and 1999 and has become a major producer of robatsta beans.
Indonesia is third.
The largest exporter and producer of espresso coffee.
Today, Americans drink about 2,600,000,000 pounds of coffee a year, or 1/3 of the world's coffee production! -
Much smaller coffee beans than Roberta and Arabica, but very expensive.
Due to its strong fragrance, it is in great demand worldwide.
Kona coffee is the only delicious coffee grown in the world. . .
On the coast of the Golden Cona sea on the island of Hawaii, there are only a very small number of Cona coffee farms. . .
Families of generations-
Robusta or Canephora type of coffee beans account for 40% of the world's coffee production.
It is easier to grow than arabica because it has a very high resistance to weather and disease.
Robusta coffee beans are lower grade coffee and are usually known in lower altitude areas because of its astringency and high caffeine content. -
Arabica coffee beans account for 60% of the world's coffee production, because arabica is grown in a large area.
Arabica coffee beans can be used in a healthy form and can also be used as a basis for mixed coffee.
The aroma and taste of Arabica coffee beans are moderate. They are mainly used for breakfast mixed with American coffee.
Arabica coffee beans produce a quality coffee known as delicious coffee, because it contains half of Robusta caffeine, as well as more aromatic properties and ideal aromas. What is a mug?
According to the dictionary.
According to Wikipedia, the mug is a sturdy cup that is usually used for hot drinks such as coffee, tea or hot chocolate.
By definition, the Cup has a handle, usually holding more liquid than other types of cups.
Usually a Cup holds a liquid of about 12 ounces (350 ml;
Twice as much as a cup of teamugs.
The first mug was related to the Neolithic and pottery found in China and Japan, dated about 10000 BCE.
The first pottery was shaped by hand and later promoted by the invention of the potter wheel (date unknown, between 6,500 and 3000 BCE ).
In this process, it is relatively easy to add the handle to the Cup, thus creating the Cup.
From 4000-a rather advanced, decorated clay cup
5000 BCE were found in Greece.
The biggest drawback of those clay mugs is that the thick wall is not suitable for the mouth.
With the development of metal processing technology, the wall of the mug has become thinner.
Starting with about 2000 BCE, the metal mug is made of bronze, silver, gold and even lead, and it is difficult to use with hot drinks.
Wooden mugs may have been produced from the oldest era, but most of them cannot be preserved until now.
The invention of China's 600 CE porcelain has brought a new era.
Wall cups for hot and cold liquids, which we love today.
No one knows when people start calling mugs "coffee cups ".
As far as we know, someone in the office has lost her beloved Cup, and she used to drink morning coffee (a major disaster) and screamed angrily: "Who the hell stole me
The rest is like they are talking about history.
We know that coffee is the second largest consumer drink in the world after water.
Coffee lovers are very picky about their coffee and coffee cups, especially making their mood active in the morning.
The coffee cup is strong in structure and is usually used for hot drinks such as coffee, cocoa and tea.
The coffee cup is larger in size and contains more liquid than the Cup.
You can find coffee cups ranging in capacity from 11 ounces to 22 ounces.
And, of course, bigger.
Just watch this video.
Compared with the thin wall of the teacup, the walls of the coffee cup are very thick, which can heat the drink and prevent the drink from cooling or warming quickly.
The bottom of the coffee cup is usually not flat, but concave or with extra edges to reduce thermal contact with the surface where the cup is placed.
These features usually leave a feature.
Stains of shape on the surface.
Finally, the handle of the coffee cup keeps the hand away from the hot face of the Cup.
The small cross section of the handle reduces the heat flow between the liquid and the hand.
Coffee cups are usually made of materials with low thermal conductivity, such as pottery, bone porcelain, porcelain or glass.
Travel coffee cups were introduced in the 1980 s, and heat insulation is often used to transport hot or cold liquids.
Like thermos bottles, travel coffee cups are usually good-
Insulation and complete closure to prevent overflow, but usually there is an opening on the lid that can consume the contents through this opening during transportation without overflow. Did you know?
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