Have you ever wondered when our favorite pick me up drink was created? According to the National Coffee Association, no one actually knows when coffee was discovered but there's a lot of theories. Was it goats eating berries off of a goat herders tree? Who knows. Weirder things have happened.

Either way, coffee has come a long way. It basically started off as mud in a cup and now we've got fancy latte's and flavored creamers. I used to think coffee was disgusting and only drank Frappuccino's. If you don't know what a Frappuccino is, it's a blended coffee drink that pretty much tastes nothing like coffee. And now I drink my coffee black. Who would've thought? Not me. Speaking of Frappuccino's, if you're a fan of Starbucks, they'll be releasing their holiday drinks soon! You can check out all their seasonal drinks and start your count down to red cups here!

Not only has the way we drank our coffee changed, but the price has too. In 1920, a cup of coffee was $0.15 and now we're paying anywhere from two to six bucks depending on where you're going and what you're getting. Can you believe it?

Did you know that there are only two states in the U.S. that produce coffee? According to Good House Keeping, most of our coffee grows in Hawaii and California. That's because they're the best climates for it!

Have you ever wondered what your favorite winter beverage says about you?

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