Sperm, skulls and scandal… the hidden history of coffee | BBC Ideas

Globally, over two billion cups of coffee are consumed every day. In Britain alone, we need around 95 million cups to keep us going from dawn ’til dusk. But 450 years ago, Western Europe had barely even heard of it. Coffee’s roots lie in Ethiopia, where the wild plant grew. Continue Reading

What If You Drank 1,000 Red Bulls?!

We’ve all been there before. It’s three AM. It’s late. And you’re preparing for an exam the next morning. Attempting to cram as much last minute information into your brain as possible. The only way to stay up and not fall asleep? Red Bull! But as every minute passes, and Continue Reading