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Coffee is the second most traded good in the world and the 'favourite drink of the civilised world' as Thomas Jefferson once stated. But not many of us know all the interesting facts and its history. We've put together all the exciting things we know about coffee and more. After all we're very passionate about coffee.

Coffee is the second most traded good in the world and the 'favourite drink of the civilised world' as Thomas Jefferson once stated. But not many of us know all the interesting facts and its history. We've put together all the exciting things we know about coffee and more. After all we're very passionate about coffee.

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The story of coffee as told by Espresso 1882 Australia

  1. 1. THE STORY OF COFFEE A S T O L D B Y È S P R E S S O 1 8 8 2 A U S T R A L I A THE FASCINATING AND INSIGHTFUL LOOK INTO THE HISTORY OF WORLD’S MOST POPULAR BEVERAGE WWW.1882.COM.AU
  2. 2. OUR STORY Caffè Vergnano is the oldest family owned coffee brewing business. The Vergnano family has been selecting the best coffee origins for over 130 years, directly at the production places. The passion and experience of four generations, the quality of raw materials, the processing of blends and wide range of coffee is what distinguishes it from other brands. ! We are happy we can now share our passion for coffee with Australia. After all, Australians have some of the most refined coffee cultures in the World. You know what good coffee is really about. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  3. 3. 850 First known discovery of coffee cherries in the coffee history timeline. Legend tells us about the goat herder Kaldi of Ethiopia, who notices his goats are friskier after eating red cherries of a local shrub. Kaldi experiments with the cherries himself and begins to feel energized. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  4. 4. 1100 The coffee first trees are cultivated on the Arabian Peninsula. Coffee is first roasted and boiled by Arabs making "qahwa" — a name formerly applied to wine — and eventually, to Europeans, as "the wine of Islam." WWW.1882.COM.AU
  5. 5. 1475 The world’s first coffee shop opens in Constantinople. It is followed by the foundation of two local coffee houses in 1554. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  6. 6. 1511 Khair Bey, the governor of Mecca, bans coffee fearing that its power might promote resistance to his rule. Coffee trade is shut down in Constantinople (Istanbul). After a week-long "reign of terror", the sultan decides that coffee is blessed and has the governor executed. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  7. 7. 1600 Coffee enters Europe through the port of Venice. The first Italian coffeehouse opens in Italy in 1683. Pope Clemente VIII was requested by some of his monks to outlaw the “Muslim” brew. He declined and said, "This beverage is so good it would be a sin to let only pagans drink it!" His subsequent "baptism" of coffee propelled its spread across Europe. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  8. 8. 1607 Coffee is introduced to the New World by Captain John Smith, founder of Virginia at Jamestown. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  9. 9. 1652 The first coffeehouse opens in England, but women were not allowed in, other than to serve men. A number of British women wrote a lengthy petition (now in the coffee museum, London) requesting access. They were refused. Edward Lloyd's coffeehouse opens in 1688. It evolves to be the Lloyd's of London, the world's best known insurance company. The word “TIPS” is coined in a London coffee house: A sign reading “To Insure Prompt Service” (TIPS) was place by a coffee cup. Those desiring prompt service and better seating threw a coin into a mug. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  10. 10. How about great espresso in your home? Sign up on our website and be the first to taste organic Nespresso®* compatible coffee capsules. Sign up today and claim great offers** Click to claim your offer today * The brand is not owned by Caffè Vergnano SpA or its associated companies. ** Promotion available in the Australia only
  11. 11. 1658 The Dutch become the first to transport and cultivate coffee plants commercially. Coffee is smuggled out of the Arab port of Mocha and shipped to Ceylon and East Indies for cultivation WWW.1882.COM.AU
  12. 12. 1683 According to the coffee history timeline, the Ottoman army, fleeing Vienna after being defeated, leaves behind bags of coffee. Franz Georg Kolshitzky, the man responsible for Vienna's victory, receives the coffee as his reward and establishes Central Europe's first coffee house. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  13. 13. 1686 The opening of the first Parisian cafe Le Procope. King Louis XIV is presented with a coffee tree from the Dutch. It is believed that sugar was first used to supplement coffee in his court. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  14. 14. 1718 -1723 The opening of the first Parisian cafe Le Procope. King Louis XIV is presented with a coffee tree from the Dutch. It is believed that sugar was first used to supplement coffee in his court. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  15. 15. 1721 The first coffeehouse opens its doors in Berlin. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  16. 16. 1727 The Brazilian coffee industry has been sparked by a love affair. A Brazilian coast guard officer visiting Cayenne, French Guyana, was attracted to the Governor's wife, who at his request, secretly supplied the few seedlings that were afterward grown in Brazil, founding the production that has dominated world trade for 200 years. By 1800, Brazil had become the world’s largest producer of coffee. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  17. 17. 1730 The British introduced coffee to Jamaica. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  18. 18. 1750 One of Europe's first coffeehouses, Caffe Greco, opens in Rome. By 1763, Venice has over 2,000 caffes. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  19. 19. 1750-1760 Guatemala cultivates its first coffee plantation. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  20. 20. 1774 The famous Boston tea party - also part of the coffee history timeline - a rebellion by Americans against the new increased tea taxes put by the British. Dressed as Indians, the Americans dumped three boat loads of tea into harbor and then replaced it with coffee as their revolutionary beverage of choice. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  21. 21. 1779 Coffee plants shipped from Cuba to Costa Rica. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  22. 22. How about great espresso in your home? Sign up on our website and be the first to taste organic Nespresso®* compatible coffee capsules. Sign up today and claim great offers** Click to claim your offer today * The brand is not owned by Caffè Vergnano SpA or its associated companies. ** Promotion available in the Australia only
  23. 23. 1790 Mexico received its first coffee plant. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  24. 24. 1822 The first prototype of an espresso machine is created in France. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  25. 25. 1825 Hawaii received coffee from Rio de Janeiro. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  26. 26. 1865 James Mason invents the coffee percolator. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  27. 27. 1878 Introduction of coffee to the British colonies in East Africa. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  28. 28. 1903 First commercial decaffeination process was invented by Dr. Ludwig Roselius WWW.1882.COM.AU
  29. 29. 1905 1901 - Luigi Bezzera files a patent for the first espresso machine. In 1905 the first commercial espresso machine was manufactured in Italy. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  30. 30. 1906 The English chemist George Constant Washington, invented the instant coffee while living in Guatemala. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  31. 31. 1908 Melitta Bentz invents the first drip coffee maker with a filter made of blotting paper. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  32. 32. 1933 Dr. Ernest Illy develops the first automatic espresso machine. At the same time, Alfonso Bialetti invented the world’s first stovetop espresso maker, later to become the most popular maker in Italy. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  33. 33. 1938 Instant coffee mass production is invented by the Swiss company Nestle as it assists the Brazilian government in solving its coffee surplus problem. It is named Nescafe. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  34. 34. How about great espresso in your home? Sign up on our website and be the first to taste organic Nespresso®* compatible coffee capsules. Sign up today and claim great offers** Click to claim your offer today * The brand is not owned by Caffè Vergnano SpA or its associated companies. ** Promotion available in the Australia only
  35. 35. 1945 Achilles Gaggia enhances the espresso machine with a manual piston that creates a high pressure extraction to produce a thick layer of crema. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  36. 36. 1961 In 1961, Italy experienced a total eclipse of the sun. The same year, FAEMA introduced the world's first pump operated espresso machine named E61 (eclipse of 1961). Though much copied, the e61 has never been surpassed and to date remains one of most stylish and beautiful coffee machines ever built. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  37. 37. 1966 1966 - Nestle introduces TASTER'S CHOICE. A freeze-dried Instant Coffee locking in freshness and taste. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  38. 38. 2008 Coffee is the world’s most popular beverage. More than 500 billion cups are consumed each year. It is one of the world’s most traded commodities, second in value only to crude oil. WWW.1882.COM.AU
  39. 39. How about great espresso in your home? Sign up on our website and be the first to taste organic Nespresso®* compatible coffee capsules. Sign up today and claim great offers** Click to claim your offer today * The brand is not owned by Caffè Vergnano SpA or its associated companies. ** Promotion available in the Australia only

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