Tuesday, March 28, 2023

He warns that 60 percent of coffee species are at risk of extinction

According to some experts, the typical cup of coffee served in London for at least four centuries has changed and not for the better. Coffee that was considered thick, smoky and strong years ago has now turned sweet, as milk, sweeteners have been added and it stays soaked for hours.

According to experts at Kew Royal Botanic Garden, the wild coffee variety is under threat due to climate change, especially the Arabica Type Reserve. This is about 60 percent of species that are in danger of extinction.

according to financial TimesThe demand for coffee continues to increase and, although the number of bars in the big city continues to grow, they are slowly disappearing. The number of coffee shops in the United Kingdom has doubled in just a decade to nearly 26,000, according to Allegra World Coffee Portal records from 2009 to 2019.

The English newspaper reports that there were over 550 coffee shops in London in 1739, the equivalent of one for every 1,000 residents. At present, it is estimated that there are over 3,000 of these establishments, that is, one for every 2,000 residents.

It is worth mentioning that, unlike many establishments in other countries and even the City of London, not all cafes are created equal. Some of them offer free internet service and various facilities apart from ancestral drinks, sandwiches; Although others offer only take-out service or supplement their line of business with small-scale coffee sales, such as some bakeries in the downtown area.

Currently, the US is the largest coffee market in the world. It is also home to the largest drink in the world, as two ounces of the drink are sold in London, which equals about 60 milliliters; At a Starbucks coffee shop, the largest venti-sized brew holds 24 ounces, or 710 milliliters.

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