Black Coffee Table was exhibited in England in 1430 by a Greek educator at Oxford, Ioannis Servopoulos, and hereafter along the way towards continued with omnipresence today. Totally, we have to thank the British and Dutch associations for this drink because of them it got the chance to be interested in Europe in the sixteenth century. The essential European bistros were opened, starting in mid-seventeenth century London (1652), Boston (1670) and in Paris in 1671. As a measure of the commonness of coffee, these spots have seen an incredible improvement: in 1675 alone there were more than 3000 in England.
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