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8th century: Ethiopian herder Kaldi noticed his goats became energetic after eating berries from a plant. He tried the berry. Coffee was discovered.
14th century: Coffee reached the Arabian peninsula. Cultivation began in Yemen and spread to Persia, Egypt, Syria and Turkey.
15th century: The world's first coffee shop Kiva Han opened in Constantinople by the Ottomans.
17th century: Coffee made its way to Europe through Venice. First coffeehouses opened in England and Italy.
19th century: Coffee spreads worldwide. Production booms in Brazil, Colombia and Vietnam. Coffee shops and roasters open across North America, Asia and Europe.
Bond Coffee Co is born in Istanbul, Turkey. Est 2017
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