7 Quirky Facts You Never Knew About Coffee

Goat Discovery: Coffee was discovered by goats! Legend has it that a goat herder in Ethiopia noticed his goats became unusually energetic after eating berries from a certain tree.

Moon Beans: In 1971, coffee became the first food to be consumed on the moon when astronaut Alan Shepard brought it aboard Apollo 14.

Coffee Art: Latte art has become a popular trend, but did you know there are competitions dedicated solely to it? Baristas compete to create the most intricate and visually stunning designs atop coffee foam.

Weasel Coffee: One of the most expensive coffees in the world is Kopi Luwak, also known as "weasel coffee."

Coffee, the Foodie: Coffee isn't just for drinking; it's also used in cooking. From savory dishes like coffee-rubbed steak to sweet treats

Coffee Break Origins: The concept of the coffee break was popularized by the Pan-American Coffee Bureau in 1952 as a way to promote coffee consumption.

Coffee Currency: In some cultures, coffee beans were once used as currency. In parts of Africa, they were traded for goods and services.

The Boston Tea Party Connection: The Boston Tea Party of 1773, a significant event leading to the American Revolution, indirectly boosted coffee consumption in the United States.

Coffee Ring Mystery: Ever wondered why coffee rings form when you spill coffee on paper? It's due to a phenomenon called "the coffee ring effect,".