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Coffee is woven into the fabric of our lives. It's a morning ritual, social stimulant, a solitary pleasure, an intellectual catalyst.
Are you someone who runs on coffee? Test your knowledge of this vital brew!
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How Well Do You Know Your ☕️ Coffee? Quiz Questions
Where did coffee originate from?
On average, how many cups of coffee are consumed each day worldwide?
Which of these is an espresso macchiato?
The most expensive coffee in the world is "Kopi Luwak," also mentioned in a Jack Nicholson–Morgan Freeman scene in the 2007 film The Bucket List. What kind of coffee is it?
Coffee from a tree on the top of a 16,400 feet (5,000m) mountain
Coffee from weasel poop
Coffee brewed from a top of the range machine
A very rare white coffee
Who first told North America about coffee?
Which drink has more caffeine?
Which of these would you NOT use to make coffee?
How did the term cappuccino originate?
From the habit of the Capuchin friar.
It is the French term for “foam on coffee.”
It is Italian for “frothy coffee drink.”
It was a term invented by a coffee company.
What's the origin of "Mocha" coffee?
Arabic word for chocolate
Yemeni Port City
Island off South America
Which of these will give you the biggest shot of caffeine?
Yerba mate tea
All of the coffee in the world is grown in the area between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. What is this area known as?
Which country is the largest coffee producer in the world today (producing over 44 million bags of coffee each year)?
A single cup of coffee with nothing added contains how many calories?
How did the term “Cup of Joe” originate?
It refers to a Navy admiral who banned alcohol aboard Navy ships.
It refers to Joe Folgers, a prominent purveyor of coffee.
It an Americanized version of the term “Cup of Java.”
It comes from jojo, the African word for “bean.”
How many coffee cherries are required to produce one pound of roasted coffee?
What is Cowboy coffee?
Ground coffee in a sock cooked in a pot of water on a campfire.
Coffee grown in Mexico in an area known for its cowboys.
Ungraded and unsorted coffee, thus possibly containing some defective beans as well as high quality beans.
Which of the following is a coffee plant?
In which decade did flavored coffee (e.g., hazelnut coffee; Irish cream coffee) become very popular in the United States?