Can't imagine starting the day without a cup of joe? Well, you're certainly not alone. According to The International Coffee Organization, an estimated 165 million bags of coffee will be consumed around the world this year. But that enthusiasm for coffee is nothing new. In fact, some of history's greatest minds are known to have shared a deep devotion to the seemingly magical bean.
5 Famous Thinkers Who Loved Their Coffee
Johann Sebastian Bach Wrote "The Coffee Cantata"
Soren Kierkegaard Had a Sweet Tooth
Beethoven Drank His Coffee With Exactly 60 Beans
Voltaire Drank Way Too Much Coffee
Proust Fancied a Bowl (or Two) of Coffee
Written by Ashley Gabriel April 2, 2019