Coffee, the second most popular drink in the world

Coffee is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water. Amazing isn't it? 

It seems that its name comes from the Arabic qahwa (“exciting”), then turn to the Turkish “kahve” then became “Italian coffee” or “coffee” in English. Some argue that the perola coffee derives from the word “Caffa”, name of the Ethiopian region where the coffee plant grows wild. 

This drink was toasting and grinding the seeds of a plant that belongs to the family of the Rubiaceae, genus Coffea, red beans and small enough. The flowering of this plant goes along how rained throughout the year in major coffee-producing Equatorial zones, major: Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Jamaica, Honduras, Ethiopia, Kenya, and many others. 

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