From health and nutrition to the consumption championship, here are some coffee-focused highlights from the (dangerously addicting) New York Times‘ digital archives, The Timesmachine:
Flying Boats and Whiskey: The History of Irish Coffee
Is Irish coffee actually Irish?
It turns out that the answer is yes – sort of.
5 Attempts to Ban Coffee in History
The following post previously appeared on Mental Floss
By Emmy Blotnick
A second offense of imbibing was once punishable by being “sewn into a leather bag and thrown into the waters of the Bosporus.”
Today, reported scientific research on coffee has given the beverage a new, healthy reputation.