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What We Do

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In 1583, Leonhard Rauwolf, a German physician, wrote:

 

"A beverage as black as ink, useful against numerous illnesses, particularly those of the stomach. Its consumers take it in the morning, quite frankly, in a porcelain cup that is passed around and from which each one drinks a cupful. It is composed of water and the fruit from a bush called bunnu."

 

This was the first reference we have to a European person writing about coffee. We believe that although there has been much progress in many areas of life, the "fashions" of coffee drinking have taken away from the true essence of enjoying coffee.

 

Coffee used to be consumed in black or with milk or sugar. However many companies came up with so-called coffee ideas that gave birth to not-so-coffee drinks.

In a fast-paced modern society, life now has become too complicated, leaving people feeling devoid of motivation, empty and exhausted, and even beyond caring.

 1583 Coffee aims to promote culture through its distinct aesthetic standard of authentic traditional coffee brewing, encouraging you to discover and enrich your passion for coffee culture.

 

Time-tested and authentic, our coffee brewing tools give you the ability to prepare your coffee according to the traditional ways of coffee culture in key origin countries.

 

More importantly, 1583 Coffee wants to remind you that taking care of yourself comes first and foremost, so take a step back, unwind, and do one or two wonderful interests that relax or calm you.

At 1583 Coffee, you can count on our authentic, traditional home coffee brewing tools to give you a more impactful and distinctive experience in producing your coffee exactly how you want it, and allowing yourself to embrace your passion in the coffee culture at your own pace.

Because great coffee

need not be complicated.

Let's go back to the origins.