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Transcript: He tried the beans himself and soon found himself frolicking with his flock. Thank you! Questions? According to Kaldi legend, coffee originated in the highlands of Ethiopia-9th century. Alertness was discovered to be a symptom from drinking this drink. It takes about 3 to 5 years before a coffee tree bears coffee cherries which turns bright red when it is ripe and ready to be harvested. The crops are harvested in two ways. It can be hand-picked or by a machine. What is Coffee Arabic coffee Introduction Coffee is a drink made from the roasted and ground bean-like seeds of a tropical shrub. The fruit in a coffee tree are called coffee cherries. The cherries are processed to become coffee beans which can be grounded and brewed. Processing the Cherries The period of time and the process in which a coffee bean is roasted, grounded and brewed can all vary for the acquired taste. Many Brazilian coffees are mechanically stripped from the coffee tree, not lovingly hand picked. Brazil's climate and in non-volcanic soil. Planting Seeds After all of its processes, the coffee is ready to be consumed!! The beans are sorted according to size and thickness it gives a different taste Brazil is a coffee giant producing over 40 percent of the world's coffee! EX: Its coffee exports amounted to 8.65 million bags in January 2014. COFFEEلقهوة العربية Exporting the Beans The beans are packaged and shipped to importing countries like America. Discovery of Coffee (Legends) The bean is removed from the cherry using two methods. The dry or the wet method. After both processes, the coffee beans are placed in a fermentation tank where the final layers are removed. The dry method uses the sun to dry the outer layers until the moisture content has decreased to 11%. The wet method requires a machine to remove the cherry from the bean. The origin of Coffee Harvesting Coffee comes from the seed, or bean, of the coffee tree. There are different types of coffee trees and different environmental factors affects its results. They grow best in places that have a warm climate and tend to growth in well-drained soils. Around 800 A.D. coffee was said to be discovered by an Ethiopian goatherd whose name was Kaldi. Kaldi noticed his goats had more energy and were dancing from shrub to shrub eating the cherry-red berries that contained the coffee bean. Sorting Tree Coffee Coffee is the most important raw material traded throughout the world behind crude oil, and has become the most important export article for the nations that grow it. 1-What is Coffee 2-Discovery of Coffee (Legends) 3-The origin of Coffee 4-Arabic coffee 5-The process of creating coffee 6-Brazil the top Coffee Producer Yemen was the 1st to cultivate the coffee plant and to really market it. Yemenis named it qahwa, Turkish khave-Italians caffe. Sufi (mystics) drank coffee to pray throughout the night and to keep them concentrated Coffee known in Mecca- through trade and through the pilgrimage to Mecca. Roasting, Grounding and Brewing Brazil Why does Brazil produce so much coffee?? Two main reasons: The Top Coffee Producer The process of creating coffee

Coffee Presentation

Transcript: By: Connor Patrick COFFEE Origins Coffee was first documented in 1671 but there is a legend of a Kaldi which dates back to the 9th century While coffee in Europe was present in the 17th century, it wasn’t popular until the 18th century when… The new America didn’t receive coffee until the beginning of the 18th century and it took off during 1773 when drinking coffee became a patriotic and symbolic separation from the crown Coffee has proven to be a lucrative business for countries like America where there are over 26k Starbucks. However, many developing countries like Uganda, Ethiopia and Rwanda, coffee has become the #1 export Taylor Cartwright Coffee origination Mikey EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL NAME Principal subjects / occupational skills covered: List them here Institution Name here COLLEGE COLLEGE NAME Principal subjects / occupational skills covered: List them here Institution Name here Public Scandal COMMUNICATION TECHNICAL COMPUTER ARTISTIC Public Scandal COMMUNICATION Language Skills Mother tounge (s) Language 1 Language 2 Other language (s) Language 1 Language 2 Language 3 Other Skills List them here. Name your Skills Skills description: Skills proficiency: Skill 1 Skill 2 Skill 3 TECHNICAL Name your Skills Skills description: Skills proficiency: Skill 1 Skill 2 Skill 3 COMPUTER Name your Skills Skills description: Skills description goes here. ARTISTIC CONTACT CONTACT ADDRESS Your address here 001 664 123 4567 PHONE NR. MOBILE Email address here 001 664 123 4567 LinkedIn profile URL Facebook link @twitter_handle Website URL

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Transcript: 90 Participants (In all) 30 Participants (Non-Coffee drinkers) 30 Participants (Light-Coffee drinkers) 30 Participants (Heavy-Coffee drinkers) THE 411 On COFFEE!! ages: 18-21 ALL GROUPS: 15 Female...15 Male Previous studies such as : The effect of caffeine on working memory load-related brain activation in middle-aged males shows very little or no effect of coffee on memory. Although many studies projects results which favor caffeine as a memory enhancer there is very little research on the role caffeine plays on sleep deprivation which in turn can cause memory loss. conclusion METHODS-PROCEDURE There is little to no study in this field and the ones that are, they focus on working memory instead Caffeine has become a daily part of 90% of American's life Consumption, and is consumed in one way or another. PREVIOUS STUDY HMMM...I WONDER..THAT'S what we WILL BE finding out! WHat Is Caffeine? OUR STUDY It is said to make a person calm, and helps to sharpen your mind and give you the strength to get through all-nighters (especially college students) Participants will be observe in their daily life in order to see what kind of drinkers they are. Another study done by Mitchell, Paula J., Monash U, Clayton, Vict, Australia Redman, and Jennifer R on Effects of caffeine, time of day and user history on study-related performance showed the effects of caffeine, time of day, and history of caffeine consumption on several study-related tasks in 25 undergraduates. Results showed that Reading comprehension was affected by time of day, while caffeine improved performance on all mental-speed-related tasks. High caffeine users performed more poorly than other groups on the verbal reasoning task. Several interactions between the 3 independent variables were observed on a number of tasks, supporting the notion that different processes underlying various types of cognitive performance are differentially, and often jointly, affected by caffeine, time of day, and user history. These studies prove that we are not certain of the effects of caffeine on sleep and memory, many studies shows that they help, many do not, the only way we can tell is by doing more research on its effect. Caffeine is a Bitter, White crystalline Xanthine that acts as a stimulant drug. both groups after they learn the passage will go back to their daily life STUDY ITSELF Heavy Coffee drinkers: Participants that consume 4 or more cups of coffee daily Participants that are chosen on the control side would be strictly non-coffee drinkers Does Coffee Impair long-term memory? The studies that were found said there had to be more done in order to see if there is an effect on long-term memory PROPOSAL PRESENTATION 3 weeks study The passage will be about a College students first day at school we will be recording how well the person recall the key words in the passage (For Example: The Professor's name, the floor the class is on, the time of the class..etc) DOES COFFEE CAUSE MEMORY IMPAIRMENT?

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Transcript: Coffee History Shy Nelson What is the origin story of Coffee? 1 Coffee originated in ethiopia in the 11th century. The next sight of coffee is in the 14th century. It was sighted in yemen. They used the coffee just like they did in ethiopia. The top 10 Exporters are … Exporters. Brazil- 5.7bn Pounds Vietnam- 3.6bn Pounds Colombia- 1.8bn Pounds Indonesia- 1.5bn Pounds Ethiopia- 847m Pounds Honduras- 767m Pounds India- 767m Pounds Uganda- 635m Pounds Mexico- 516m Pounds Guatemala- 450m Pounds What are the biggest Exporters of coffee? 2 The top 10 Coffee drinkers are… Finland- 12 kg per capita per year. Norway -9.9kg pcpy. Iceland- 9kg pcpy. Denmark-8.7kg pcpy. Netherlands-8.4kg pcpy. Sweden- 8.2kg pcpy. Switzerland- 7.9kg pcpy. Belgium- 6.8kg pcpy. Luxembourg- 6.5kg pcpy. Canada- 6.2kg pcpy. The big coffee drinking places? 3 Coffee have very much evolved a lot over time. When it first was being brewed it was done with a wood stove and it took some time to make. Now days you use a machine to make the coffee; this takes no more than 5 minutes. The coffee still smells and tastes the same it just takes a different time frame. Back in the day there wasn’t many choices of coffee; Now days you can go to the store and choose what you want. How did Coffee evolve over time? 4 Anything in this world is connected to something; meaning that coffee is connected to everything is some sort of way. I think that it was a part of the 8th threshold when everything was the way that it is now. I think that coffee is in every threshold in a way. How is Coffee connected to thresholds? 5 Coffee was originally made in ethiopia. They made the coffee by boiling that water then you put the beans in the boiling water. How was coffee originally made? 6 I found out that Finland is the country that drink the most coffee. They drink 12kg per capita per year. What country uses Coffee most? 7 Coffee has been used for centuries dating back to the the 11th century in ethiopia. We are now in the 21st century. This means that we have been using coffee for 10 centuries. How long have people used Coffee? 8 The top 10 Importers are … Monaco-52.08 per 1 million inhabitants. United States-41 p1mi Canada-38.8 p1mi Aruba-27.25 p1mi The Bahamas-26.45 p1mi Kuwait-25.34 p1mi Singapore-23.18 p1mi South Korea-19.3 p1mi Curacao-18.87 p1mi Taiwan-16.74 p1mi What are the biggest Imports of coffee? 9 Pros of drinking Coffee is. Help your body protect against the type 2 diabetes. By 40% drinking coffee can lower the risk of liver cancer Drinking coffee can protects the heart from failing. Pros Of Coffee? 10 The Cons of drinking Coffee is… Coffee can make anxiety worse for people that have it and can make people get it from drinking it. Coffee can also present signs of depression. Can give a change in mood. It can reduce the chances of getting pregnant. It could take a toll on your cardiovascular health It can mess with your body clock. Cons Of Coffee 11 https://www.turkishcoffeeworld.com/History-of-Coffee-s/60.htm http://www.pbs.org/food/the-history-kitchen/history-coffee/ https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/270202.php https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/maps-and-graphics/countries-that-drink-the-most-coffee/ http://www.streetdirectory.com/food_editorials/beverages/coffee/how_coffee_has_changed_over_the_years.html Credits. 12

Coffee Presentation

Transcript: Coffee presentation History History The first known use of coffee was during the 11th century, in Ethiopia. The original coffee scent is not what you think it is. It actually consists of jasmine and red, cherry- like fruit. The “coffee bean” is the Pit of the fruit, so essentially the coffee bean is originally a steed. According to the Global Exchange “ coffee is the second most traded commodity on earth, behind oil”. There are over 25 million farmers in 50+ countries, that produce coffee beans or grounds. Over the last 2000 years there have been five attempts to ban coffee, due to its addictive qualities. And now that you know where the coffee bean and plant originate from lets take a look how far it’s come. b Growth Growth & Evolution In the last 200 years, the various types of coffee have expanded exponentially. There are over 40 different types of coffee plants around the world And thousands of different coffee ground variations, have stolen hearts of millions around the world. Of these, the most popular coffee in its concentrated form , is the Espresso, due to its instant effects and concentrated caffeination. Contrary to what people think , Decaf does not mean “caffeine free” There are still roughly 2-12 milligrams in every 250ml. Coffee More Espresso Benefits Benefits & Other Facts Each type of coffee is unique in flavour and structural make-up, but a characteristic that all Each type of coffee is unique in flavour and structural make-up, but a characteristic that all types of coffee have is the ability to humans feel better mentally and physically. Benefits & Facts Life Cycle Life-cycle of coffee Planting Sorting Hulling Harvesting & picking Cleaning and sorting Tasting More benefits More Benefits 1. Increased memory 2. Increases energy levels and physical performance 3. Lowers risks of heart disease 4. Lowers risk of diabetes II and cancer 5. Improved liver function Cafeine is the most used psychoactive drug globally. Psychoactive drugs contain substances that alter the Central Nervous System and interfere with brain functions resulting in changes in mood, consciousness and other functions of the body. Although caffeine is a drug it still remains legal and it is the most unregulated drug in the world. 1. An excessive amount could lead to death 2. Increases blood pressure 3. Risk of fibrocystic breast disease (Females) 4. May cause insomnia and headaches 5. Could inhibit collagen in the skin 6. Could cause indigestion 7. Reduces fertility and increases risks of Negative Effects Risks Conclusion Conclusion Throughout this report the History and Benefits of coffee production process has been covered. I hope that through this report you have obtained a better understanding of coffee from its original state to its finalized form as well as the benefits and risks its associated with Thank You for your time! The End

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