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The weird trick makes the taste of Coffee less bitter


There are lots of ways to make coffee taste less bitter—you can add sugar or milk. Or you can add an egg.

 

Milk is LegenDAIRY!


Many different cultures including Greeks, Romans, Celts, Egyptians, Sumerians, Mongolians, and Indians all incorporated milk in their foundational myths and legends and valued it as the “food of the gods.” That certainly makes milk LegenDAIRY!

 

Milk is one of humanities first foods


People were herding cattle and drinking milk before they began engaging in agriculture over 10,000 years ago, making milk one of humanities first foods.

 

Coffee Fact: Japan imports over 430,000 tonnes of coffee a year


In a country famous for its tea, the Japanese are increasingly turning to coffee as a quick-fix to help ease the daily grind.

 

Over 50 000 cans were used to build the Beer Can House


In 1968, John Milkovisch, a retired upholsterer for the Southern Pacific Railroad, started on the exterior of the Beer Can house, making a metal canopy that was adorned with strings of beer can tops, each piece glittering like garlands in the sunlight.

 

There are about 100 different strains of coffee, but we only drink two.


Yeah, you’ve read that right. 

 

All you need to know about the Coffee Belt


The Coffee Belt contains all of the regions that have the conditions needed for coffee growing.

 

Coffee’s magical powers were first realized through the majesty of crazy goats


ccording to legend, Ethiopian shepherds first realized the profound caffeinating effects of coffee when they noticed their goats started “dancing” after eating coffee berries.

 

Brandy can relieve respiratory issues, such as coughs or sore throats


Traditionally, brandy has been used as an effective means to relieve respiratory issues, such as coughs or sore throats. The strong alcoholic content can help eliminate bacteria and loosens up phlegm and mucus, thereby acting as a type of expectorant. The anti-inflammatory properties in brandy can also help soothe the irritation that causes coughing and sore throats.

 

Nearly all juniper used in gin is picked wild


Nearly all juniper used in gin is picked wild. Almost none is cultivated.

 
 
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