Cultural historians have been arguing about where Britain's first cafe was opened.
one way valve tells you, according to the 17th century archaeological experts Anthony's memories, multinational scholars claim that the British cafe culture originated in 1650 Oxford. In their view, coffee as a 16th century popular in the Arab world a quaint drink, the earliest experience and its Green Mi is a well-informed British travel masters and across businessmen. Cafes in the early days of the introduction of London, with a small circle and the culture of the atmosphere. In 1660 after the restoration of government, the cafe was only commercialization of commercialization, transformation into the public can enter the public places.
However, a British scholar whose name is Markman does not agree with the above point of view. According to his research, the first British coffee shop is located in London's commercial center near Kang Hill, the birth of the year is 1652 years. The purpose of this cafe is to make businessmen, ship captains, all walks of life bosses, notaries and lawyers have become coffee lovers. Engaged in the consumption of coffee they, the public atmosphere will be formed, the cafe will be a matter of course to talk, chat, trading place.
British coffee sources continue to argue, it is difficult to distinguish between true and false. Nowadays, history has no way of research, we can do is not to let the coffee culture lost.
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Brewing methods have different requirements on the powder thickness, exhaust valves without filter is suitable for whole-bean product that can be grinded at home.
Brewing method and the storage condition are both affecting coffee taste, and the exhaust valve with filter installed on package is suitable for powdery product.
We recommend you keep coffee beans in containers with one-way degassing valve, it helps to prevent quality change and to extend shelf life during ‘resting’.