50 Coffee Trivia Questions and Answers

By Denis

Coffee is one of the most amazing and sweet drinks that can light up your day. Are you a coffee lover? How much do you know about your favorite drink? Can you tackle all the questions related to coffee? Well, this trivia is for you?

Let dive deeper into the following 50 coffee-related questions. In this trivia, you will find friendly questions to test how well you are versed in matters concerning. Trying to answer these questions will also expand your overall coffee knowledge.

Easy Questions: 1 to 10.

Medium Questions: 11 to 30

Hard Questions: 31 to 50

50 Coffee Trivia Questions and Answers


#1. Ripe cherries of coffee are of which color?

#2. What is the name of the most common kind of coffee beans?

#3. Which country is the world's number one coffee producer?

#4. The growth of coffee began during which century?

#5. What is the name given to the fruits produced by coffee plants?

#6. What is the name of the material mostly used in making coffee sacks?

#7. What do the Japanese call coffee shops?

#8. A coffee tree becomes mature after how many years?

#9. A healthy coffee tree will continue producing coffee for how long?

#10. Coffee was baptized by which pope?

#11. What is the meaning of the word "espresso."

#12. The word "cappuccino" originated from?

#13. There was an English king who once banned coffee. What was his name?

#14. Which country is the world's number one coffee consumer?

#15. What does the word "barista" mean?

#16. According to legend, coffee was first grown and harvested in which country?

#17. What is the name of the coffee known to be the "best part of waking up"?

#18. Coffee beans beverage was first produced by which people?

#19. What is the name of the coffee bean whose origin is Yemen?

#20. What does an Americano mean?

#21. The beans of coffee grow on which part of the coffee tree?

#22. In the US, coffee is produced by which two states

#23. Coffee plants produce fruits or nuts.

#24. Coffee beans are of how many types?

#25. The coffee hybrids of robusta and arabica originated from?

#26. What is the name of the man who is the inventor of Instant Coffee?

#27. When did coffee come to England? During which century?

#28. How many coffee types are known to exist in the world?

#29. The flower of the arabica coffee is of which color?

#30. Which country is the world's biggest coffee importer

#31. The following types of coffee are said to do well in lower altitudes except one. Which one is it?

#32. Which of these Asian countries is the largest coffee producer?

#33. Caffeine lasts for how long in a human body?

#34. The first-ever Starbucks was founded in which year?

#35. Approximately what is the number of coffee cups consumed worldwide in a year?

#36. Costa coffee was founded in which country?

#37. In Australia, what is commonly called 'short black'?

#38. What is the space needed by a typical coffee plant?

#39. A newly planted tree coffee produces fruits after how long?

#40. Lavazza is believed to have been founded in which country?

#41. In Australia, which one of the following is the coffee capital?

#42. Which Italian coffee means 'stained'?

#43. Which among the following is removed in decaf coffee?

#44. What is the name of a coffee served in a tumbler glass?

#45. In the 16th century, the Italians banned the consumption of coffee for what reason?

#46. Why is cream added to coffee

#47. Mixing milk that is steamed with espresso gives you which drink?

#48. What is the name of the continent from where coffee plants originated?

#49. In the 17th century, what was done to the people of the Ottoman Empire who happened to drink coffee?

#50. When did coffee come to the United States?


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Final Thoughts

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