Coffee is the lifeblood of a lot of us, and its been so for centuries.
The world’s oldest known coffee tree is a few feet tall and has been growing coffee beans for millennia.
But that wasn’t always the case.
Coffee has been around since the time of the Incas, who first discovered it.
They didn’t find it until the 18th century, and it wasn’t until the 19th century that coffee was recognized as a drink.
When it comes to the origins of coffee, there are two main theories.
One is that coffee came from the Sumatran Sumatrans, who are considered the first humans to drink coffee.
The other is that it’s been around for as long as humans have been drinking coffee, so humans were probably drinking coffee in the wild long before humans began making coffee.
And coffee is one of the most popular beverages of the 21st century.
There are a lot more reasons to love coffee than just its taste.
Here’s why: Coffee is made of 100% ground coffee beans, and they’re used to make all kinds of beverages, from tea to cookies.
There’s also some scientific research that suggests that coffee has health benefits.
For example, there’s some evidence that coffee is beneficial to digestion and blood pressure, and coffee is a good source of vitamin C. So what are you waiting for?
Get your coffee and start enjoying it!
This article originally appeared on The Huffington Posts.