A hot drink made from the roasted and ground beanlike seeds of a tropical shrub or else you can say it is a cup of this drink.
The ground-up seeds of a small shrub which is cultivated on a large scale in Brazil, the East and West Indies, Ceylon, India, Kenya and Uganda. Each coffee berry or fruit contains two seeds, called beans. When the fruit is ripe the beans are knocked out and allowed to ferment for a time. They are next dried in the sun and passed through a machine which removes a hard parchment-like skin enclosing each bean. The beans are then ready for market.
Coffee is a beverage that helps me wake up in the morning. I'm one of those people who go "Give me my coffee and nobody gets hurt!"
by Susan Reid8 years ago
Gotta ask about your favorite cofee -- how you brew, what beans, how you drink yours, etc.
by Longtail6 years ago
How was coffee discovered?
by Earl S. Wynn6 years ago
Is there a significant difference between generic coffee and expensive coffee?Is there a significant difference between generic coffee and more (for lack of a better term) designer coffee (like Starbucks?)
by hubpoint6 years ago
How is the Coffee Bean cultivated?What are the processes that coffee beans have to go from growing to processing?
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