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Napoleon loved coffee!

How Historic Cafés Route and Destination Napoleon meet? Well, history says that Napoleon Bonaparte was a huge coffee admired. And this is certainly a reason for the two certified by…

What about a “bica”?

The arrival of coffee in Europe, certainly changed our lives, our habits and of course enriched our vocabulary with new expressions and words. "Bica" for example is the term commonly used…
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The first ad of coffee

The story of coffee goes back to the 13th century, when it came out of Ethiopia, then spread to Egypt and Yemen. It reached the Middle East, Turkey, and Persia…
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