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Have you consumed “The Drink of Satan” today?

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During the 1700’s coffee was considered to be “The Drink of Satan” and religious leaders called coffee houses “hotbeds of sedition.”  In the 1700’s many coffee houses were ordered to close; for failing to comply, the punishment for first time offenders was public beating and humiliation. Second (and last) time offenders were sewn into a leather bag and thrown into the river. Espresso, anyone?

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