17 May 2017
Do you know the history of coffee in the United States? valve tell you that after nineteenth Century, coffee has become an important import commodity in the United States.
At that time, Americans like to drink coffee, but they do not pay attention to quality.They made a fire in the field, adding coffee powder to boiling water,when the coffee to boil, remove the coffee pot, let it wait for a few minutes, so you can drink coffee when the residue precipitation.This coffee is not filtered, the flavor is very good, known as "cowboy coffee". At that time, Americans think that this kind of coffee has a good caffeine. Cowboy coffee prevails, many Americans are ridiculed as the cowboy that not know how to drink coffee.
In order to change this situation, many people began to try a variety of baking technology. In 1966, Holland's Peter Pitt opened a coffee shop in Berkeley, California.He is good at the depth of baking,and he was dissatisfied with the roasting is only bitter. He used his own unique style roasts,Americans have a new experience of the sweet from the severe roasted coffee.American expresso coffee began to pop.The four words of "expresso coffee" began to appear in the minds of Americans.
Four years later, in the promotion of the Starbucks Coffee Co and the promotion of shallow baking from George Howell,expresso coffee roots in the United States, to sweep away the notoriety of the cowboy coffee, from then on, the United States has become a global boutique of coffee base.
Originally published 17 May 2017, updated 17 May 2017.
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