06 Jul How To Order Coffee in 8 Languages
Undoubtedly, coffee is one of the world’s favorite beverages. So many of us look forward to a cup of coffee to kick-start our day, whether at home, while on the move or at work. Anywhere you go, you will run into a number of quaint, cute and modern coffee shops and cafés giving you a caffeine rush to get you through the day.
Coffee is more than just getting an energy boost, it’s about the experience – sitting in a comfy couch, spending some quiet time or catching up with friends. It is a drink that brings people and cultures together.
Have you ever wondered how people from around the world get their coffee fix? Here’s how to order coffee in popular world languages:
The World of Coffee: Fun Facts
- Drogo, a 12th Century Flemish saint is the Patron of Coffee.
- Globally, coffee is the 2nd largest traded commodity after oil.
- A single cup of coffee contains 11% of the daily recommended amount of Riboflavin (vitamin B2), 6% of Pantothenic Acid (vitamin B5), 3% of Manganese and Potassium, and 2% of Niacin and Magnesium.
- Drinking caffeine can increase your metabolism 3 to 11%. It’s one of the few chemicals that can actually help with fat burning.
- All of the coffee grown on the planet is from an area called “The Coffee Belt”.
- The buzz you feel after drinking coffee is actually from ingesting tiny 0.0016-inch crystals of caffeine. So small, yet so energizing!
- It only takes ten minutes to start feeling the effects of caffeine after you take a sip of coffee.