Coffee customs, facts, fancies by Jean Gordon vintage 1963 Book

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Coffee customs, facts, fancies by Jean Gordon vintage 1963 Book
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Did you know that London coffee houses in the 18th century were sometimes referred to as 'Penny Universities?; Louis XV spent $15,000 a year on coffee for his daughters?; A husband's refusal to supply his wife with coffee was grounds for divorce in the 'City of the Sultan'?; The first coffee house in New York (The King's Arms) was opened in 1696?; J.S. Bach wrote a 'Coffee Cantata?; lots of fun and unusual information plus yummy recipes in this slim book. COFFEE RECIPES CUSTOMS, FACTS and FANCIES - A COLLECTION OF 130 COFFEE RECIPES and FASCINATING COFFEE LORE FROM FORTY-FIVE COUNTRIES, BEGINNING WITH THE 13TH CENTURY UP TO AND INCLUDING TODAY by Jean Gordon. (1963). New York: Gramercy Publishing. 5 1/2 inches by 8 1/4 inches. 96 pages includes useful Index.