It is a matter of controversy that where was the first coffee originated, some says that it is Ethiopia and some states it is Yemen. But it was a significant part of the culture of Ethiopia and Yemen as back as from 14th century.
Yemen’s Myth of Coffee Origin
There are two different legends of coffee origins in Yemen.
- Yemenite Sufi mystic Ghothul Akbar Nooruddin Abu al-Hasan al-Shadhili
- Sheikh Omar, Sheik Abou’l Hasan Schadheli’s disciple, living in Mocha, Yemen.
Ethiopia’s Myth of Coffee Origin
From Kaffa by an Abyssinian herder of goats.
Yemen’s History of Coffee:
Many believe coffee to have started to be found from 9th Century, but the earliest most credible evidence shows that coffee plants were originated at the 15th century. It was consumed in the Sufi monasteries of Yemen. But it is also believed that the coffee beans were exported from Ethiopia to Yemen.
Yemen is where the term ‘mocha’ originated; it means chocolate-flavoured coffee.
Ethiopian’s History of Coffee:
According to the evidence, coffee cultivation started around the 9th century in Ethiopia. It is believed that as a stimulant people used to take coffee beans in Ethiopia before they knew how to turn them into beverages.
Today coffee is taken as a beverage in all over the world and mostly in urban sectors, small towns or big cities; there are many shops, designed nicely as a social gathering which serves coffee. There are various offices which serves coffee for energizing their employees so that they can work for a long time without getting tired. They use vending machines themselves, such as vending machines from Kafexpress, which is an excellent help to employees.
People also use coffees in their house whenever they feel tired. If you even want to exercise without getting tired, you can consume some coffee.
Coffee also has lots of health benefits, and this is another reason why people avoid all negative chats about coffee and don’t want to give up on drinking coffee.