INTRODUCTION

    METHODOLOGY

    OBJECT_ANALYSIS

     COFFEE RITUAL

     COFFEEHOUSES

     ART OF DRINKING

     CONCLUSION

    BIBLIOGRAPHY

     HOMEPAGE



Woman ta King Coffee / Die ihren Kaffee nehmende Dame, 1774 by Louis-Marin Bonnet. From Ulla Heise and Dr. Beatrix Freifrau von Wolff Metternich.Coffeum wirft die Jungfrau um: Kaffe und Erotik. (Leipzig: Gustav Kiepenheuer, 1998), 49.


"Dish of Coffee Boy" Design in Delft Tiles, 1692, From William H Ukers, All About Coffee, 603.


Der Morgenkaffe, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 1990 by Christoph Blumrich. From Ulla Heise and Dr. Beatrix Freifrau von Wolff Metternich. Coffeum wirft die Jungfrau um: Kaffe und Erotik. (Leipzig: Gustav Kiepenheuer, 1998),121.

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