293. History of Coffee! (English Vocabulary Lesson)

Thinking in English

Apr 22 2024 • 23 mins

What is coffee? Who was the first person to think of creating a drink from coffee beans?

How did coffee spread from the forests of East Africa to almost every town on earth? And what is the future of the coffee industry?

Let’s discuss these questions and more on today’s episode of Thinking in English!

Transcript - https://thinkinginenglish.blog/2024/04/22/293-history-of-coffee-english-vocabulary-lesson/

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  • Brew (Verb): To prepare a beverage by extracting flavours from a substance through the use of hot water.
  • Coffee Beans (Noun): The seeds of the coffee plant, often roasted and ground to make coffee.
  • Roast (Verb): To heat coffee beans at a high temperature, typically in an oven or over an open flame, in order to enhance flavour and aroma.
  • Aroma (Noun): A distinctive, usually pleasant smell, often associated with food or beverages.
  • Consume (Verb): Eating food and drinking beverages.
  • Spread (Verb): To extend something over an area or among a group of people, often referring to the distribution of information, products, or practices.
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