Coffeehouse in the 17th century
Coffee became popular in England thanks to Pasqua Rosee, the servant of a a british trader in Turkish goods named Daniel Edwards. When Pasqua moved to London he used to serve coffee to Edwards´s guests. This drink was so appreciated that Pasqua decided to open the first coffeehouse in London in 1652 in St Michael's Alley,Cornhill.
The Jamaica Wine House was originally London´s first coffeehouse