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A Deadly Passion for Coffee: How Did this Addictive Drink Fuel the History of the World?

Saturday, March 11, 2017 7:25
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Booker T. Washington dining with Teddy Roosevelt.

If you cannot imagine a day without a warm cup or mug of coffee, you are not alone. Many of the most famous stories of the world are related to people who loved coffee. Did you know that Benjamin Franklin was addicted to this drink? Have you heard that Mozart, Bach, Balzac, and Napoleon all couldn’t live without it either? Let me tell you the story about their addiction and love for the aromatic brown beans.

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