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Mochaccino or Caf? Mocha as everybody call, is the taste of any Starbuck's lover or a coffee enthusiast. One can prepare the Mochaccino right in their kitchen and avoid the need to go to Starbucks all the time. This recipe will help one to follow the directions and preparation stages...
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100 Arabica Coffee
Arabica Coffee Beans is also known as the "father of all coffee beans"
The origins of Arabica coffee that's 100% genuine is from Ethiopia and Yemen. This coffee is the first of its kind that is said to have been grown for thousands of years south west of Arabia. Arabica that is 100% authentic coffee beans are the most popular and are considered the world's best coffee. There is no other coffee bean product that can match the 100% genuine Arabica coffee.
Arabica coffee beans have a historical legacy. It has been recorded that Europeans in the early seventeenth century considered being of aristocratic society, were the first to use Arabica coffee, since it was the finest coffee around. This led to the popularity of the Arabica coffee bean and its popularity spread to other societies in the European continent such as England, Italy and Poland.
In America, Dorothy Jones was the first Coffee house that was licensed to sell Arabica coffee beans to other colonies, before the declaration of independence and it was in these coffee houses that the declaration of independence in America was first read and the Boston Tea Party was held in a coffee house.
There were several historical events and decision taken over a cup of Arabic coffee. This was the birth of a wonderful relationship between America and the Arab world. Throughout the years coffee has been a growing and popular beverage in America and the world. It is the most important beverage in any household even today the Arabica coffee bean is still very popular in Europe, among the upper class and even among the royals. Coffee houses pride themselves in using Arabica coffee beans as there is no substitute.
During the early years Arabica Coffee beans were smuggled into countries like Brazil, China and Africa.
That was during the early days but now coffee shortages or smuggling coffee is unheard of. Due to the increased need for coffee for people on the go, America and Europe have seen a huge increase in coffee houses. These coffee houses are now becoming franchises and spreading globally. There are various types of preparations that the Arabica coffee bean is used for and it does not stop at a simple black coffee.
Its good to see that people and coffee drinkers are staying with the traditional Arabica coffee, on the other hand some think that there is no equal, but there are others who are looking for a new and unique coffee bean everyday.