Coffee

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Coffee
Coffee.png
Dish Type
Drink
Availability
Purchasable
Cost
$350
Menu Price
$3
Booster(s)
Breakfast Bonanza Breakfast Bonanza
Detractor(s)
Pest Fest Pest Fest
Origin
Yemen

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Description[edit | edit source]

Many historians attribute the Renaissance to coffee. In the late 14th century, local actor Sharaf was looking for a way to keep himself awake throughout his show's long theatrical run. Hearing coffee beans worked as a stimulant, Sharaf ground and brewed them in an attempt to turn the beans into a beverage. During an intermission one night, Sharaf drank the coffee, which historians believe was nearly thirty times stronger than a normal cup brewed today. Primary sources indicate Sharaf then completed the final hour of his show in less than 20 minutes, and with the remaining 40 minutes, ran to Italy, created art, lectured in science, and wrote philosophy. While there, Sharaf posed for a portrait for Leonardo da Vinci, however Sharaf's inability to stop doing jumping jacks lead da Vinci to paint him in two different positions, in what is now known as the Vitruvian Man.

Sharaf then spread his ideas to the rest of Europe, thanks to his hyperactive urge to run really fast. Worried that a caffeine crash was imminent, Sharaf swam the English Channel, invented the steam engine, and ushered in the Industrial Revolution, just in time to let machines do all the work before the caffeine wore off, causing Sharaf to become tired and irritable.

Today, the term 'Renaissance Man' is used to describe someone who drinks an inordinate amount of coffee and ushers in a cultural revolution.

Chore[edit | edit source]

Coffee refill is created every 7th time coffee is paired with an entree.

Freshly Brewed Coffee:
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