History of Coffee

Maybe it’s the world’s finest drink, which is consumed by millions of people. Morning, lunch, evening, all hours of the day is spent delightfully in the history of kahvenin is very old.

Coffee was first found in Ethiopia (Ethiopia) borders. The area of ​​Kaffa in this region is thought to be built by the Arabic word “qahwah”. At that time the people of arap did not yet know their present bitterness, and the coffee was a ‘delightful drink’. The coffee shop started to earn its present meaning in the 14th century. In Europe, cafe is pronounced as koffie, coffee.

The coffee tree is a tree that is white in color and smells very beautiful. The red berries have nuclei inside. After planting, he gives his first fruit after 3 years. The coffee tree, which continues to give uninterrupted fruit for 40 years, can be as long as 10 meters when left in its own state. On the equator belt, it grows easily in the area where there is a lot of rain and the average temperature is between 18 and 24 degrees, where frost is not observed. Regular precipitation and tropical climate are essential for maturation.

There are two cores inside the coffee flower. The nuclei are flat on one side and slightly oval on the other. Each core contains a coffee grain. One seed comes out of some coffee fruity. These cores, which are more rounded than the other cores, are separated from the others and passed through a different production process. The price is also more expensive than the other kahvelere.

Agriculture is usually carried out in tropical climates in the area between Capricorn and Cancer. If the coffee trees are grown in the skirts of a volcano, the smell may smell. The taste is more aromatic near the trees that give sweet fruit like banana. Brazil is first in world coffee production. Brazil is followed by Vietnam and Colombia.

The home of the deceased is Ethiopia (Ethiopia). The indigenous people living in the highlands in the region were making some kind of bread, making them into coffee flour. They also boiled coffee fruity drinks and used it as a medicine against diseases. In this regard, the coffee was called ” magic fruit ”. Thus the celebrated coffee quickly spread to the Arabian Peninsula. It was used here for 300 years as it was discovered in Ethiopia. However, a new discovery was made in the 14th century, and after the coffee beans roasted in the fire, they were crushed and boiled to prepare for drinking. The processed coffee first used the Sufi order in Yemen.

Özdemir Pasha, who was governor of Yemen during the reign of Ottoman sultan Yavuz Sultan Selim, brought coffee to the capital city of Istanbul, which he liked very much. In a short time, this very popular beverage entered the palace kitchen and attracted great interest. He added a rank to the palace duties, which is called “coffee shop”. These people, who are obliged to cook coffee for the Sultan or the state, were chosen among the faithful who knew how to keep secrets.

The coffee that came out of Saray went into the houses in the later periods and became a drink that the people of Istanbul loved and loved very much. The almonds were roasted before the coffee beans, then beaten and cooked with cezveler.

For the first time in Europe, the Europeans were introduced to coffee in 1615 by Venetian merchants coming to Istanbul and thanks to their delicious drink in Venice. In the early days, sellers selling lemonade on the street started to sell coffee as well. In 1645, the first coffee shop opened in Italy. These coffee houses, visited by people from all walks of life, spread all over the country in a short period of time. The coffee first reached Paris’ capital city of Paris in 1643, and in London in 1651.

Europeans, who love coffee, have built coffee factories in various parts of the world. The Dutch started to grow coffee in eastern India and the French in the Antilles.