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Devil's cup

  1. 1. The Devil’s Cup<br />Written by Stewart Lee Allen<br />Marissa Endow<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br />We follow Stewart Lee Allen<br />Coffee, coffee and more coffee!<br />World travel plays a huge factor<br />Ethiopia, Yemen, Turkey, Vienna, Paris, Brazil & America<br />Did coffee have a lasting global impact?<br />
  3. 3. Ethiopia: The start of it all…<br />First place we visit as the reader<br />Coffee was discovered here first, here it was born.<br />Friendship ceremony<br />Harrar<br />Muslim village<br />Witchcraft, magic and slavery<br />The influential role of isolation<br />
  4. 4. Magic?<br />Ceremonies, exorcisms, healing powers<br />Sacrifice<br />Rumors of “psychedelic powers” sparked the trade of coffee<br />Egypt<br />Harrar Red Sea<br />
  5. 5. Prayer From an Ethiopian Cult:<br />Coffee pot give us peace<br />Coffee pot let children grow<br />Let our wealth swell<br />Protect us from the evils<br />
  6. 6. Qat “Coffee’s Evil Sister”<br />Leafy, addictive drug<br />Destroyed the economy<br />Threatened coffee’s existence<br />Narcotic sometimes considered <br />equal to heroin.<br />Heavily affected Yemen<br />
  7. 7. The Turks<br />Control over the port of Mocha (al-Makkah)<br />The Turks introduced coffee to many countries including France and Austria.<br />They also developed the modern coffee cup<br />They practice a similar custom to the Ethiopian friendship ceremony<br />Who is Murad IV? How was his ban of coffee in Turkey affect the rest of the coffee world? <br />
  8. 8. Vienna <br />Kolschitzky first café, using abandoned beans left behind by the Turks.<br />Was he working alone? <br />Among earliest coffee drinkers in Europe<br />The cappuccino, kapuziner<br />This name and specific type of coffee itself is derived from the Viennese monks.<br />
  9. 9. A Revolution!<br />Drinking alcohol represented wealth<br />“Drunk as a lord”<br />Affecting all of Europe<br />Coffee was an alternative<br />“Black Wine”<br />Sparked the creation of coffeehouses everywhere<br />Taverns vs. Coffeehouses, “modern office”?<br />Banned!<br />
  10. 10. Paris <br />Camille Desmoulins <br />1789<br />Rebellion, mobs, chaos … in a café<br />Outcome is the government being overthrown<br />
  11. 11. Coffee  Power<br />Wherever the bean goes, the output is success!<br />Ottomans<br />Arabs<br />Great Britain<br />Pre-Caffeinated Man vs. Caffeinated man<br />
  12. 12. Brazil<br />Slavery  cultivation of coffee<br />Deforestation<br />Cultural exchange <br />French  Brazilians<br />De Cleui (1717)<br />
  13. 13. America<br />He takes route 66, in search for the best cup of coffee<br />Coffee houses lead to…<br />Stock exchange<br />Competition<br />Exchange of ideas<br /> Present day  Is the United States being affected by an addiction?<br />
  14. 14. It’s Effect on Western Civilization<br />Resistance & Enlightenment<br />Revolutions<br />Major Events<br />Slave Trade<br />Cultural Exchange<br />Politics<br />Religion<br />
  15. 15. THE END<br />

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