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.)|