1710 CE
The French used a method different than the boiling method to prepare coffee

Rather than using the boiling method to prepare coffee, the French prepared it by pouring boiling water over powdered coffee that was suspended in a bad made of cloth. Soon after, the French started adding milk to coffee (called 'café au lait') and it became common to have it for breakfast.

Source: Pendergrast, M. (1999). Uncommon grounds. Basic Books.

Drugs: Caffeine (coffee, tea, cola, etc.)
Regions: France