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Coffee is something known to people all around the world Everyone has his or her own reason for drinking or not drinking coffee Something most people do not think about is how coffee became so renown The history of coffee has had a huge impact on how things are today Coffee is almost everywhere and it has become a huge part of the economy in todays modern world There is great discussion on when and how coffee was discovered There are tales told that lead people to believe coffee was discovered in Ethiopia a country in Africa The tale tells of a man named Kaldi who is a goat herder It then says that one day while watching his goats Kaldi sees that they are acting more playful than usual He then noticed his goats were eating red berries from nearby bushes He decides to try some as well After a few minutes he feels a significant amount of energy He is so impressed he shows them to his wife equally impressed she advises him to take the berries to the monks at the monastery The Abbot the head of the monks says the berries are the Devils work and throws them into the fire The monastery is filled with a new aroma of roasting beans from the insides of the berries All the monks come to see what it is one monk stamps the fire out The Abbot likes the smell of the beans and orders the monk to put them into a hot jug of water to preserve their goodness Later he drinks from the jug History of Coffee Part I Thus coffee is created Tales put aside no one really knows where or when coffee actually started The Shadhili Sufi sect of Islam based in Yemen wanted to stay away from the material world and find spiritual relief They had used coffee to stay awake at night when they would perform their
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