Monday, May 28, 2007

Cafetiere is a woman's drink!


Home set-up
Originally uploaded by Scott_uwc.
I'm not being sexist, i cam across a cool article on the British Coffee Association's website that places the history of coffee on a timeline. The cafetiere was invented by a woman called Elizabeth Dakin in 1841! Also the germans were the first to culturally embed after noon coffee into daily life. They coined it "KaffeKlatch." Meant as a derogatory term to when referring to the chat women have during their afternoon coffee.

Check out the time line. It's pretty cool.

4 Comments:

Blogger Joe said...

Hey scott, good to see you're posting again! I have exactly the same home set up as you, but the results I get are absolute shite compared to what you are getting out the cubika, well you always were the espresso daddy! safe.
Joe

11:06 pm  
Blogger Aristipposian Kaffeejournal said...

Hello,

Kaffeeklatsch is a derogatory term today but it was not at all as it began. Quite on the contrary!
Back then it was a gathering for women wanting to interchange their ideas on a high cultural level.

8:29 pm  
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