The Coffee Culture Evolution #infographic

The Coffee Culture Evolution #infographic
69 percent of Americans drink 2 or more cups of coffee a day–from Folgers to carefully curated coffee roasters at home coffee manufacturers or local coffee shops–how did the humble cup of joe transform into a social phenomenon like this?

Starbucks opened its first store in Seattle in 1971 when Howard Schultz, CEO of Pike Place Market, was determined to bring Italian café culture to the United States. Popularized European-style drinks such as espresso and cappuccino By 2018, 29,324 stores worldwide with around 50% of U.S. spots. For some of America's best coffee, Seattle and the Northwest are now a hub.

Sites such as the Tontine Coffee House in New York City and the Sazerac Coffee House in New Orleans hosted the area's largest intellectuals and businessmen In 1792, what became the New York Stock Exchange was set up at the Tontine In 1850, America's first cocktail, the Sazerac, was officially named after its home coffee shop.

The Coffee Culture Evolution #infographic

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