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16 Amazing Facts About Coffee You Need To Know

Black Ivory coffee is the most expensive kind of coffee on Earth, and it’s made from Elephant dung. It costs $50 per cup. Luwak, aka civet, coffee is made by feeding coffee beans to mongoose and then using its feces. It costs $160 per pound.
Black Ivory coffee is the most expensive kind of coffee on Earth, and it’s made from Elephant dung. It costs $50 per cup. Luwak, aka civet, coffee is made by feeding coffee beans to mongoose and then using its feces. It costs $160 per pound.

You know what’s a great habit that the Western world has learned from Southern Arabia? No, it’s not terrorism, shut up, Joe, you’re just being stupid. It’s cultivating and drinking coffee. And it’s a habit only approximately one century older than smoking [go figure], just a bit before Columbus discovered America, in the 15th century. In the beginning people were so fascinated by its effect [I mean who doesn’t like a new drug, right?] that they considered it sort of sacred and used it in religious rituals. So, taking into consideration that coffee doesn’t have negative effects unless consumed in large quantities, here are some great facts about it that you probably didn’t know.

(Source:Distractify)

  • Lovenia Johnson

    I love eggs that shoot right out a chicken’s ass but I can live without the coffee.