In 1450, Sufi monks in Yemen were the first to cultivate coffee plants and brew the drink we know today as coffee.
Coffee traveled from Yemen's highlands by camel.
Yemen monopolized world coffee trade for 200 years, shipping tons of sterile beans from the port of Al Mokha.
Drinking coffee gained popularity worldwide, with coffee shops opening in Europe beginning in 1650.
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