Check out these interesting facts about coffee. Trust us, we’ll make you go WHAT?!?!
 The world’s top producer of coffee is Brazil with 2,594,100,000 kilograms being produced per year. Nós amamos nosso café
 Coffee is actually a seed, not a bean. It is only referred to as a bean because it looks like one. Who knew?
 The most expensive coffee in the world comes from the feces of the Indonesian Civet Cat. It is known as kopi luwak coffee and is priced between $35-$100 dollars a cup. That is some expensive coffee.
 Here comes another relationship between cats and coffee. The world’s oldest cat ever, Creme Puff, was a regular drinker of coffee with cream.
 People have made many attempts to ban coffee in the past. The first one dates to 1511 in Mecca.
 According to a study published in the JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), regular coffee drinkers are at a reduced risk of type-2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and may live longer. Do you drink coffee?
 The Guinness World Record for the biggest cup of coffee was secured by Colombia (Chinchina) on 15th June 2019. It contains 22,739.14 liters (5,001.91 UK gallons) of coffee.
 Studies reveal that coffee is the best source of antioxidants. It easily outranks tea, milk, cranberries, and chocolate.
 Used coffee grounds provide multiple benefits in the garden. They act as fertilizer, are beneficial in composting, and keeps pests at bay.
 Half the population of America starts the morning with a cup of coffee.
 The consumption of coffee protects the skin from harmful effects of UV (ultraviolet) rays. Are you thinking to ditch sunscreen for coffee?
 The use of coffee as a foot bath helps in removing dead cells from the skin of soles.
 Used coffee grounds, when put in the fridge, acts as a deodorizer.
 Mix used coffee grounds in pet’s shampoo. It will keep fleas away.
 Brewing coffee using paper filters is beneficial for health because it helps in removing toxins related to health disease.
 In Finland, an adult consumes around 10 kg of coffee every year. It is approximately 4-5 cups of coffee each day.
 The inventor of the primary instant coffee process was George Washington. Wait, George Constant Louis Washington.
 Though cappuccino is an Italian drink, the word “cappuccino” is from Germany/ Austria. It means a “hood” for covering the head.