Coffee roasting is something of a tradition on the Weser river. The first coffee shop in the German-speaking countries opened here in the far north of the country in 1673. Since then, coffee has become a daily essential for practically everyone. And in Germany at least, there's every chance that your beans or ground coffee will have come through Bremen. Every other cup of coffee drunk between the North Sea and the Alps has its origins in Bremen. Decaff as well as regular, because thanks to the local coffee merchant Ludwig Roselius, the decaffeination process was invented on the banks of the Weser.
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