Quiz: How much do you know about coffee?

How Much Do You Know About Coffee?
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You did great!

You are surely an expert and must have read a lot of my articles here on the site 🙂

You are making me proud, and can now call yourself a Coffee Samurai.

 

I have no words.. 

I hope you feel bad, that you do not know the answers to these coffee-related questions.

I think you need to read a lot of the articles (minimum 10) on the site.

So sad.. I had high hopes for you.. But no!

You are not ready yet, to be a true Coffee Samurai.

 

Read, Study, and try again later.

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#1. What type of coffee comes from the coffea canephora plant?

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#2. Where does the Arabica variety Mocha get its name from?

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#3. How much more caffeine is on average in robusta coffee than in arabica?

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#4. Which country consumes the most coffee?

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#5. How much caffeine is there in an average 0.25 liter cup of coffee?

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#6. How many varieties of coffee plants are there?

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#7. What did Pope Clement VIII do when coffee was condemned by Venetian priests in 1615?

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#8. Which animal species subsequently digests and secretes the coffee beans used to make a specialty coffee known as “copy luwak” in Indonesia?

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#9. What historical event caused the United States to start preferring coffee over tea?

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#10. When did the first instant coffee come?

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#11. Where does the cappuccino name come from?

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#12. In which country was coffee first consumed as a drink?

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#13. From where were the first coffee houses run?

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#14. Which plant species account for most of the world’s coffee production?

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#15. The coffee plant originates from which continent?

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#16. How many cups of coffee are consumed globally each year?

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#17. Which country produces the most coffee?

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#18. How much is the global coffee market worth annually?

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#19. How many coffee houses were there in mid-17th century London?

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