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Few unknown information about coffee

Before starting the day's work, after lunch or after luncheon, there are many people who want to drink coffee habitably. According to the International Coffee Organization, in the year 1991, around 60 kg coffee bags were sold around 9 cr.This year the number will go up to 16 crores. 10 facts were presented about coffee.

• Coffee from cherry fruit:

The seeds produced by the seeds that are brewed are actually a type of roasted seed, which are called coffee cherries. If the bite of the main cherry fruit inside the coffee is divided into two parts, the seed becomes oval. According to the US National Coffee Association, 5% of the world's coffee contains a seed called 'Pieberi'. This 'piree' is separated by national coffee. Such coffee beans are famous for taste and excellent blend.

• Not drinks, food:

Although people have been drinking coffee for ages but nowhere else it is more comfortable to eat. Coffee makers have made flour with the lost coffee cherry and coffee makers have many manufacturers. This flour is made of bread, chocolate, sauce or cake. Its taste is not completely like coffee; Depending on the variety of seeds, its taste has changed.

 • Expensive coffees from crap!:

The 'civet' mammal is a kind of cats or elephants that reach the world as one of the most precious coffees in the world. 'Copa luke' is a kind of coffee made from cigarette, a type of Indonesian mammal cottage. Coffee Cherries are fermented in the normal process when cats get digested, after which they are collected and sold.

500 g of such coffee can cost up to $ 700 (about 60 thousand taka). Black Ivory Coffee is facing the challenge of this kind of coffee. This type of coffee was made from Thailand's elephant cigarette after eating coffee-separated coffee. Black Ivory Coffee, a Canadian inventor named Blake Dinkin, discovered. In the United States, 35 grams of black ivory coffee is worth around $ 85.

•A healthy drink:

There are plenty of antioxidants in the coffee. These help to prevent the harmful toxic substances and chemicals in our body cells. According to a study published earlier this year, drinking at least three cups of coffee a day can be possible to reduce the chance of many complex diseases, including heart attack. The research carried out with data of 1.5 million people in ten European countries for the last 16 years. The coffee caffeine component helps to increase the refreshment and sports activities of the people.

• Excessive not very good to drink:

If you take excessive amount of nervous stimulants, there are some harmful effects of caffeine. It is better to reduce caffeine during pregnancy. Caffeine withdrawal is considered to have a high level of relation with birth due to low birth weight during childbirth. It is also believed that excessive caffeine can cause miscarriage. According to the British health authorities, a pregnant woman should not drink more than 200 milligrams of coffee a day.

• Coffee seeds are of two types:

Crabby, born from Ethiopia, is known to have been caffeine. These types of coffee are usually refined, light and fragrant. Coffee varieties of this variety are also relatively high and around 70% of the world's coffee is the only species. Robasta is another kind of spicy flavored and extra caffeine-rich coffee. These types of coffee are usually used to make instant coffee. In Central and West Africa, in some areas of Southeast Asia and Brazil, this type of coffee is usually grown.

• Goat's role in the discovery of coffee in Ethiopia:

According to the old legend, in the ninth century, a goat feather, named Kaldi, first saw his goats eating fruit from a berry tree. Later he noticed that his goats could not sleep all night or so. After observing a group of monks, they made drinks from that fruit; The purpose was to pray all night long.

• First cafe in the Middle East:

It was not just coffee that was enjoyed only in the house. Coffee shops in different cities of the Middle East were called 'Kahweh Khaneh.' Those coffee shops later became popular as a daily gathering place.

• Scandinavians drink more coffee:

According to the International Coffee Association, Finland's inhabitants drink the most coffee on average. A person in Finland receives about 12 kg of average coffee per year. Besides, the average coffee consumption in Norway and Iceland is 9 cents a year. Denmark and

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