"Cup of joe" is an American nickname for coffee. The phrase goes back to the mid-1840s, and is of unclear origin, though it is possibly short for "Old Black Joe," the title of a popular Stephen Foster song. In any case, it predates Josephus Daniels, the Secretary of the Navy who banned the serving of alcohol on ships in 1914.
Another possible origin lies in the birth of America's taste for coffee, which developed in the 19th century after tea was no longer available from British merchants. The phrase may have come into the American English language via a misunderstanding of the French word chaud, which means "hot" and is pronounced similarly.
Sometimes a cup of coffee is called a "Cup of Joe", and BK stands for Burger King.
The Martinson Coffee Company claims that the founder, one Joe Martinson, took such care making good coffee starting in 1898 that, as legend has it, the phrase "cup o' joe" was used in speaking of Joe Martinson's coffee.
Because java has also been a nickname for coffee. Just like "a cup of joe".
A cup of joe? A cup of java?
The strongest drink available on board navy ships was coffee. It was dubbed "a cup of Joe" after the secretary. It also refers to the GIs' favorite drink. During World War II, the US defense workers were supplied with as much coffee as they wanted. Coffee was a source of warmth and comfort for troops. A variation is that "a cup of Joe" is the average drink of the average man. There was a New York company named Martinson's Coffee owned by a man named Joe Martinson. The neighborhood of the company would be saturated by the aroma of roasting coffee, and coffee became known as "a cup of Joe."
it is coffee
A coffee cup sleeve is called a zarf.
"Joe" as in (Monsters vs. Aliens quote "This is a good cup of Joe"
* Joe * java * 'bucket of mud' ... meaning cup of coffee
You get the checklist item "Coffee break" by throwing the doll that looks like Joe from kick the boss 2 on the back head of the office jerk. Eventually, Joe will bounce off the Jerk's head next to his coffee cup. The jerk will give you a look, and then push Joe off the table with his coffee cup.
A coffee cup handle...
The cast of Cup of Joe - 2008 includes: Carl Calo as Hat Jake Dancer as Coffee Amanda Vacharat as Boots
Coffee has been called many things in America. Joe, Java, mud, murk and Jamoke. Poplar theories abound. The word Joe for coffee has two seemingly reasonable possibilities. In 1860 a popular song of the times was "old black Joe" written by Stephen C. Foster the same man who wrote "Camp town races" and "Oh! Suzanna". Diners of the time picked up the slang 'Cup O Joe'. Another possible answer could be that Secretary of the Navy, Joseph Daniels banned alcohol from US Navy warships in 1913 and sailors began drinking more and more coffee and calling it 'Joe'.
If the cup of coffee tastes good to you, it is a good cup of coffee.
There is no set weight for a coffee cup. These coffee cup's weight depends on the material and size of the cup.
you ask for a cup of hot coffee.
This will depend on the quality/grade of the coffee and the value of the coffee cup. For example, if you drink normal coffee with a cup made of gold and decorated with diamonds, then the cup will cost more than the coffee.
When you stir a cup of coffee, the energy of the coffee is initially raised from the bottom of the cup. This can causeÊthat hot coffee to cool quicker, but it depends on the temperature of the cup and the coffee's surface.
"The cup of coffee" is not an idiom that I know of. It just means a cup full of coffee.
use 8 to 9 tablespoons for 12 cup pot of dunkin donuts coffee
It depends on the size of the coffee cup.
It depends on the size of your coffee cup. Or do you think of a measuring cup?
A cup of coffee is an example of convection because the heat from the water warms up everything in the cup and all the atoms are bouncing off the cup[ in the coffee] of coffee because the coffee is hot.