Presidential history on coffee | foodSenses | Scoop.it

For about as long as we’ve had presidents, we’ve had coffee in the White House.
From John Adams drinking coffee to be more patriotic (with that Boston Tea Party and all) to Dwight Eisenhower spending D-Day “drinking endless cups of coffee” to John F. Kennedy’s using “Coffee with the Kennedys” to help win his US Senate seat in Massachusetts, the brew has been an important part of politics. Here’s a look at some notable presidents over the years, and their different coffee-drinking habits.


Via Kawateachoc-Flaavor.com, Melya