September 24, 2004, Newsletter Issue #20: The Difference between Kaffe, Café and Java

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WHAT`S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN KAFFE, CAFÉ AND JAVA?

`Kaffe` and `Café` are merely the word `coffee` expressed in different languages (cafe is French for coffee).

Java is derived from coffee produced in Java. Mocha (from Yemen and nearby Ethiopia) is blended with coffee from Java...this was one of the first blends.

In time people shortened the name to "Java" in indicate coffee...like "a cup of Java".

The fact that Java was a leading supplier of coffee to Europe, and eventually North America, for many, many years helped to popularize this expression.

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