One way exhaust valve talk about japanese coffee culture

One way exhaust valve talk about japanese coffee culture

In 1776, coffee began to spread to Japan, but the closed-door policy at that time made coffee unpopular at the time.

1804, the author of the maniac opera mentioned in his book that the burning and bitterness of the coffee beans could not be adapted to the black powder of the fried coffee beans on the Red Mao Boat, the white sugar added to the stir.

In 1823, Ambassador sioute of Holland, who had just arrived in Japan, seemed very fond of coffee. The real popularity of coffee began in the middle of the Meiji period.

Since the Ming Dynasty, coffee shops have appeared, coffee culture has become popular, and Japan has finally entered the atmosphere of coffee culture. At that time, coffee shops were really rare shops, and social places for young writers. Gradually, more than 20 coffee houses began to appear in the whole country. Why is coffee shop so popular? Because the coffee in the high-end restaurant was very expensive, but after the coffee house appeared, the price of coffee was cheaper than that in the high-end restaurant, so more and more people could taste the original coffee. Coffee shops are also making more and more coffee lovers.

The one way exhaust valve knows that the competition in the Japanese coffee market is fierce now.

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