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Coffee health benefits

12 Health Benefits of Coffee Backed by Science You Can’t Miss

As early as 1580, there were already findings that Egyptians used coffee as a medicine. Thomas Jefferson once called coffee as “the favorite drink of the civilized world”. Though this drink became famous to Americans only after the “Boston tea party”, coffee has been loved by many.Some people can’t get over its bittersweet taste, and some drink […]

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The History of Espresso

History of Espresso Coffee. A Fascinating Story

The history of Espresso is unique. You might expect it to be about coffee beans,  the search for the perfect flavor or about the exact science (or art) that makes pouring an exquisite demitasse of espresso possible.But the story isn’t like that at all. Instead, the history of the espresso coffee is about locality, about a generation […]

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How Long Coffee Keeps You Awake

How Long Does Coffee Keep You Awake?

Almost everybody knows that coffee owes its energy boosting properties to caffeine – just like tea, soda pop, and even chocolate.   But that leaves lots of questions to answer. First of all, if you drink your cup to get the boost, how long will a coffee keep you awake?The short answer is: it depends on […]

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Why Is Mineral Water Served with Espresso_

Why Is Mineral Water Served with Espresso (Facts & Explanation)

The best baristas serve a glass of mineral water with the espresso. This is very common in Italy if you have an espresso at the bar but many espresso aficionados wonder why? We have dug deep into this, and here are the top reasons: Mineral water helps to freshen the mouth before tasting the espresso […]

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Water Temperature for Espresso

Water Temperature for Espresso (All You Need to Know!)

Water Temperature for Espresso: Everything You MUST Know One of the most common questions is what is the right water temperature for espresso. The quick answer is the correct water temperature to get an excellent espresso is 90.5 to 96 degrees Celsius (195 to 205 degrees Fahrenheit).Let’s dive deeper to understand why the temperature is so important […]

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