Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Kaffee, Café, Café, Caffè, Coffee

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Cappuccino (W3)

Das Häubchen aus aufgeschäumter Milch erinnert an die "Kapuzen" der "Kapuzinermönche", geht also zurück auf die "Capuchin-Mönche" des Franziskaner-Ordens (St. Francis of Assisi); die "Kapuziner" wurden so genannt, wegen ihrer "Kapuze" ("capuchin", "cappuccio"), einem Teil ihrer braunen Kutte.

Eine andere Erklärung nimmt Bezug auf die braunen Kutten der Kapuziner. Durch die Hinzugabe der Milch erhält der Kaffee / Espresso die braune Farbe dieser Kutten.

Ein engl. "cappuccino cowboy", "cappuccino cowgirl", ist eine scherzhafte Bezeichnung für jemanden der/die sich auf dem Weg noch einen Kaffe zu sich nimmt, während er/sie im Großstadtstau steht.

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Cappuccino


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Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout


(E?)(L?) http://www.coffeereview.com/coffee-glossary/C/

"Cappuccino": An espresso drink comprised of one serving of espresso topped with hot milk and froth.


(E?)(L?) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=cappuccino

"cappuccino" (n.) 1948, from Italian "cappuccino", from "Capuchin" in reference to the beverage's color and its supposed resemblance to that of the brown hoods of the Friars Minor Capuchins (see "Capuchin").


(E?)(L?) http://wordcraft.infopop.cc/eponyms.htm

"cappuccino": the Cappuchin monks, who wear a habit of the same color


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Thursday, 1 September 2011

Buoyant Boys

I had never, until the other day noticed the obvious connection between a "buoy", the thing that floats around in the sea, and "buoyant". It may have been obvious to you, you clever thing, but it had whooshed straight over my head like the link between "Capuchins" and "cappuccinos".

"Buoy" itself comes from the Old French word "boie" meaning "chain", because "buoys" are chained in place. This means that a "buoyant" personality is technically a shackled one. What's odder is that if somebody was a prisoner they were "emboie", or chained up. This meant that "boy" was a name given to "prisoners", then "servants", then "peasants", and then "young males" in general. And that's where we get the word "boy".

Posted by M.H. Forsyth


(E?)(L?) http://blog.inkyfool.com/2011/03/call-in-augurs.html

Monday, 7 March 2011

Call in the Augurs

Sometimes an etymology is so obvious that you can't believe you've never noticed it before. This was true of "cappuccinos" and "Capuchin monks", and is just as true of "inauguration".

When you begin something new, it is a good idea to call in a soothsayer, or "augur", to see how it will turn out. They can tell you whether today is a good day to start, and whether you should start at all. This is the "inauguration".

"Augur" itself may come from "avis", meaning "bird", because Roman "augurs" used to chop up our feathered friends in order to find the future in the belly of a pigeon. "Augur" may, though, be the cousin of "augment" because the purpose of an "augur" was to predict an increase (or "augmentation") in crops.

If "augur" does come from "augment", then it relates to author, as an author is somebody who increases and "augments" the number of a books in the world. Authors have authority, and writers have rights; but bards sit in bars buying dramatists drams.

The Inky Fool thinks it may rain this afternoon.

Posted by M.H. Forsyth


(E?)(L?) http://blog.inkyfool.com/2010/12/capuchin-cappuccinos-and-libidinous.html

Monday, 13 December 2010

"Capuchin Cappuccinos" and Libidinous "Monkey-Monks"

To some is revealed the secret truth, to others is revealed the utterly obvious. I am in the latter camp. Somehow I managed to get through three decades of life without noticing that "cappuccinos" - those caffeinated concoctions covered with froth and chocolate - must have something to do with "Capuchin monks".

They do. That light, creamy brown of a well-stirred "cappuccino" is the same as the light creamy brown of a well-hooded "Capuchin"'s. Hence the name of the coffee.

"Capuchin" itself is merely the diminutive of the Italian "capuccio", which means "hood". The "Capuchins" originally wore hoods to hide from the Pope; and by the time the Pope got bored and stopped searching for them, the monks had grown too attached to their little hoods to let them go. It had become, so to speak, a habit.

Monks used to be the butt and target of medieval satire. People would write poems about them. You get some idea of their reputation from the fact that the first definite record of the word "fuck" comes from a fourteenth century poem about East-Anglian monks.

Non sunt in celi
quia fuccant uuiuys of heli

Which is a Latin-English mish-mash meaning:

They are not in heaven
Who fuck the wives of Ely

"Monks" also wore brown and black. They were therefore sometimes compared to apes. And that is probably* where we get the word "monkey". So what do you call a monkey that looks like it's wearing a hood?

That's right, dear reader, that's right. You call him a "capuchin monkey".

P.S. Incidentally, the idea for this post came to me when I was wandering around the Capuchin crypt in Rome, which is decorated entirely with the bones of dead monks [see picture]. It is without doubt the most screwed-up place I have ever been to, with the possible exception of Stranraer.

*The OED says this is the most likely derivation.

Posted by M.H. Forsyth


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Cappuccino & Zucchini (Baedeker, 1893) Bapopik


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cappuccino revisited Gerald Cohen


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(E3)(L2) http://www.macmillandictionaryblog.com/open-dictionary-word-of-the-week-cheapuccino

Open Dictionary word of the week: "cheapuccino"
Posted by Laine Redpath Cole on October 27, 2011
"cheapuccino" (noun) "low-quality, inexpensive cappuccino", e.g. from a vending machine I didn't have time to have proper lunch, so I bought some snacks and cheapuccino at a gas station. (Submitted by Monika Dolega from Poland) Times have changed. From what I can tell, the cheapuccino has emerged as a result of trying to cut costs […]
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Back in 2006 things were looking better, so much better, in fact, that we were even buying our little ones cappuccinos and had to come up with a name for it: "babyccino". It looks like the capuccino could be a good indicator of how well you’re doing financially … if you live in a place that has a Starbucks, of course.
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cappuccino cowboy


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cappuccino


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cappuccino


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(E?)(L?) http://www.wdr5.de/sendungen/leonardo/diekleineanfrage/milchschaum106.pdf

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Wir wissen gar nicht so genau, wann der Cappuccino entstand, aber er ist mit Sicherheit eine Erfindung des 20. Jahrhunderts.
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Und seinen Namen hat der "Cappuccino" übrigens vom österreichischen "Kapuziner". Einen Mokka mit Schlagsahne-Haube, nach der "Kapuze" eines Mönchshabitats benannt.
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(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/index.php?word=cappuccino-economy

"cappuccino economy"

An economy that displays frenzied growth or activity in one sector while showing only steady growth or activity in other sectors.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/cappuccino

cappuccino


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Cappuccino
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Dt. "Cappuccino" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1750 / 1800 auf.

Erstellt: 2015-01

Coffee Bean - Rose


Auszeichnungen / Awards
Blätter, Laub / Feuillage / Foliage deep glossy green leaves
Blüheigenschaften / Flowering Habit
Blütenblätter-Anzahl Around 20, 17-25 petals
Blütenfarbe / Bloemkleur / Flower Colour Upper: smoky chocolate orange, reverse: cinnamon orange
smoky red-orange inside & shiny rusty-orange on the outside
Blütenform / Forme de la fleur / Bloemvorm / Bloom Shape Double, high-centered, well-formed flowers
Blütengröße / Bloem / Bloom Size Medium, 1½ to 2" diameter
Blütentyp / Bloom Type
Blütezeit / Floraison / Bloeitijd / Flowering Period Blooms in flushes throughout the season
Bodenansprüche / Cultivation
Dornen / Stacheln / Thornyness
Duft / Fragrance / Geurend / Scent Strength Mild
Elternrosen / Herkunft / Parentage Santa Claus x Hot Cocoa
Erkrankungen / Disease resistance Disease Resistance: Very good
Erscheinungsjahr / DOB (Date of Birth) 2008
Exhibition Name Coffee Bean
Genealogie / Parentage
Hagebutten / Hips / Hip Colour / Hip Shape
Knospen / Buds Pointed to ovoid
Ordnungskriterien / Klasse / Genre / Famille de rosiers / Type de rosier / Groep / Class / Family / Group Miniature Roses
Registration Name WEKdoudou
Schädlinge
Schwächen / Weaknesses
Sports / Mutationen
Standort / Shade Tolerance
Stärken / Strengths
Stiele / Stems
Synonyme Coffee Bean
Verwendung / Utilisation / Gebruik / Use beds and borders, container rose, exhibition or garden
Winterhärte / Hardiness
Wuchsabstand / Dist. de plantation
Wuchsform / Vorm / Growth Habit Compact to slightly spreading, short, bushy
Wuchshöhe / Taille / Height / Hauteur 30-50 cm
Wuchsweite / Width 60-90 cm
Züchter / Entdecker / Breeder / Hybridizer Hybridizer: Christian Bédard (Brea, CA) (United States, 2006), Introduced By: Weeks Wholesale Rose Grower, Inc. (Pomona, CA, 2008)



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Coffee Bean


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coffee bean weevil

Araecerus coffeae (Fabricius)


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Coffee Bean


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Coffee Bean


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Coffee Bean


(E?)(L?) http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=coffee bean
Limericks on "coffee bean"

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(E?)(L?) http://www.weeksroses.com/_Roses/CoffeeBean.html

Coffee Bean


Erstellt: 2016-09

Coffee Break - Rose

Engl. "Coffee Break" scheint um 1945 in den USA aufgekommen zu sein.


Auszeichnungen / Awards
Blätter, Laub / Feuillage / Foliage
Blüheigenschaften / Flowering Habit
Blütenblätter-Anzahl
Blütenfarbe / Bloemkleur / Flower Colour rot - fast kaffeebraun
Blütenform / Forme de la fleur / Bloemvorm / Bloom Shape
Blütengröße / Bloem / Bloom Size
Blütentyp / Bloom Type
Blütezeit / Floraison / Bloeitijd / Flowering Period
Bodenansprüche / Cultivation
Dornen / Stacheln / Thornyness
Duft / Fragrance / Geurend / Scent Strength kein Duft
Elternrosen / Herkunft / Parentage
Erkrankungen / Disease resistance
Erscheinungsjahr / DOB (Date of Birth) 2008
Exhibition Name
Genealogie / Parentage
Hagebutten / Hips / Hip Colour / Hip Shape
Knospen / Buds
Ordnungskriterien / Klasse / Genre / Famille de rosiers / Type de rosier / Groep / Class / Family / Group Teehybride, Floristenrose
Registration Name
Schädlinge
Schwächen / Weaknesses
Sports / Mutationen
Standort / Shade Tolerance
Stärken / Strengths
Stiele / Stems
Synonyme Coffee Break, Tan03315
Verwendung / Utilisation / Gebruik / Use
Winterhärte / Hardiness
Wuchsabstand / Dist. de plantation
Wuchsform / Vorm / Growth Habit
Wuchshöhe / Taille / Height / Hauteur
Wuchsweite / Width
Züchter / Entdecker / Breeder / Hybridizer Tantau (DE) 2008



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Victorian Coffee Break


(E?)(L?) http://www.australianroses.com.au/roses-coffee-break/

Cut Flower Roses: Coffee Break ® - Multi tones of coffee, brown and orange, large head and medium stem


(E2)(L1) http://www.dictionary.com/browse/coffee break

coffee break


(E?)(L?) http://www.lib.ru/ENGLISH/american_idioms.txt

"coffee break": {n.} A short recess or time out from work in which to rest and drink coffee. * /The girls in the office take a coffee break in the middle of the morning and the afternoon./


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(E?)(L?) http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=coffee break
Limericks on "coffee break"

(E?)(L?) http://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/phylum#word=C

"coffee break": a snack taken during a break in the work day


(E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/rosensorten.html

Coffee Break


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/coffee-break

coffee break


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coffeereview.com
Coffee review
Coffee Glossary

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(E?)(L?) http://www.coffeereview.com/glossary.cfm

Are you not familiar with a term used in one of our articles or reviews? Our Coffee Glossary defines hundreds of common and not-so-common words in the coffee lexicon. Click any letter below to view a list of coffee terms and definitions beginning with that letter.
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Rupert, Kim
Coffee Roses

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Rupert, Kim: Coffee Roses

A little outside the traditionally accepted range of rose colors lies a group of "special" varieties. They may not be what you would choose to include in the front-line rose garden as they might appear a bit drab among all their more brightly colored brethren.

These "coffee roses", as they have been called, truly come into their own when studied closely and used to create subtle, sophisticated arrangements. The genetic basis for many of them began with Sam McGredy's 1945 hybrid tea "GREY PEARL". This 4" to 4½" flower contains some of the rarest tints and shades to be found in a rose. The perfect bloom is a cool lavender-gray with tan and olive shadings and is fragrant. There are usually over forty petals expanding from the ovoid buds, the outer petals being longer than the inner and they often quarter. Constance Spry tells of GREY PEARL making the perfect wedding bouquet when combined with a brocade wedding dress, with heavily raised pattern, in her last book, Favorite Flowers. "GREY PEARL" can be a little difficult to grow until established. Keeping a young plant disbudded to force its energies into plant development rather than bloom production seems to be the key. (at right: "Café Olé")
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Starbucks (W3)

Howard Schultz arbeitete in Seattle in einem Kaffeebohnen-Lager. Dieses trug den Namen "Starbucks". 1983 hielt er sich in Italien auf und lernte in Meiland die Institution "Espresso Bar" kennen. Im April 1984 hatte er im "coffee bean store" eine kleine Espresso-Bar eröffnet. Diese kam so gut an, dass sich Schultz selbständig machte und seine eigene Espresso-Bar in Seattle eröffnete, die er "Il Giornale" nannte. Im Jahr 1987 kaufte er die die Firma seines früheren Arbeitgebers und damit auch die Marke "Starbucks".

So steht es sinngemäß in der "National Geographic"-Ausgabe 2005/01. In der Firmengeschichte der Starbucks-Internetseite liest sich das etwas anders. Worin sich jedoch alle einig sind, ist der Bezug des Firmennamens zum ersten Maat in Melvilles "Moby Dick".

Demnach stammt der Name "Starbucks" aus Herman Melvilles Roman "Moby Dick", wo der erste Maat "Starbuck" heißt. Zusammen mit dem Logo, das eine Meerjungfrau zeigt, spiegelt der Name die Nähe Seattles zum Meer wider und erinnert an die Seefahrertradition der ersten Kaffeehändler.

Weiter zurück gehend liegt möglicherweise ein altes Vikingerwort "starbeck" für engl. "sedge" + "stream" = dt. "Riedgras", "Segge" + "Wasserlauf", "Flüßchen", "Bach" zu Grunde. Auf dem Starbuck-Weg findet man noch "Starbuck Island" und eine Familie "Starbuck" die anscheinend viele Walfänger hervorgebracht hat. Und das veranlasste anscheinend Melville seinen Schiffsoffizier "Starbuck" zu nennen.

Inhaber der Marke: Starbucks Corporation

Die Geschichte dieser erfolgreichen Marke begann 1971 am Pike Place Market in Seattle, dem ältesten Bauernmarkt des Staates Washington. Dort eröffnete ein kleiner Laden, der sich bis 1982 ausschließlich mit dem "Rösten" von Kaffee beschäftigte. Howard Schultz leitete als Marketing Director die Wende ein, indem immer mehr Cafes, gehobene Restaurants und Hotels mit den qualitativ hochwertigen Kaffeesorten beliefert wurden.

Inspiriert von der Kaffeebar-Tradition Italiens, die Schultz bei einer Geschäftsreise in Mailand kennen gelernt hatte, überzeugte er die Starbucks-Gründer das Kaffeebarkonzept an einem neuen Standort im Zentrum von Seattle zu testen. Durch die Espresso-Bar namens „Il Giornale“ brachte Schultz eine Kaffeekultur in die Stadt, wie sie den Amerikanern bisher kaum bekannt war.

Die neue Art und Definition des Coffee Shops kam bei den Kunden so gut an, dass Schultz 1987 die ursprüngliche Firmensubstanz übernahm und das Unternehmen neu gründete. Er nannte es nach dem ersten Maat in Herman Melvilles Roman Moby Dick "Starbucks". Zusammen mit dem Logo, das eine Meerjungfrau zeigt, spiegelt der Name die Nähe Seattles zum Meer wider und erinnert an die Seefahrertradition der ersten Kaffeehändler.

(E?)(L?) http://www.abebooks.com/docs/Community/Featured/starbooks.shtml

Books about Starbucks


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The Most Expensive Drink at Starbucks


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Starbucks to close 600 US shops 4 July 2008


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Starbucks Coffee Liqueur
double shot
by Alycia de Mesa
March 28, 2005
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(E?)(L?) http://www.ceiberweiber.at/index.php?type=review&area=1&p=articles&id=1332

Ungewöhnliches Buch: "Starbucks und ich"


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(E?)(L?) http://cruftbox.com/blog/archives/001534.html

The Math on the Starbucks Gold Card


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Search term: Starbucks
Entries: 25 Total


(E?)(L?) http://blog.dictionary.com/starbucks-trenta/

Grande, Venti & Trenta: What Do the Starbucks Names Literally Mean?


(E?)(L?) http://blog.dictionary.com/cup-o%e2%80%99-joe-starbucks/

Which Joe is “cup o’ Joe” named after? Also, what does Starbucks have to do with a giant whale?


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(E?)(L?) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/18984

Read, Opie Percival, 1852-1939: The Starbucks (English) (as Author)


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Contents


(E?)(L?) http://hivelogic.com/articles/review-starbucks-via

Starbucks VIA Review: Just Stir and Enjoy?

Wednesday, 18 March 2009
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(E?)(L?) http://blog.inkyfool.com/2014/07/harrogate-and-moby-dick.html

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You will notice the depressing lack of sedge. It must have wither'd, for there was sedge there once, as the suburb's name is Sedge-stream, except it's not. Yorkshire was, a thousand and bit years ago, overrun by Vikings, so most of their place names are Scandinavian, and the Viking word for "Sedge-stream" is "Star-beck".

"Starbeck" is only recorded from 1817 but it must have been around before because a) It has a Viking name and b) there were people there who had sex as early as 1379. This sex produced families, and those families were called, by a slight alteration in the name, Starbuck. Since 1379 two things have happened: the Quaker movement was founded and America was discovered.

The result of this double-catastrophe was that among the first settlers on Nantucket Island was a Quaker family called "Starbuck". Nantucket was a centre of the whaling industry and the Starbucks took up their harpoons and set off to seek their oily fortunes at sea. Valentine Starbuck met the King and Queen of Hawaii and took them to London where they got measles and died. Obed Starbuck sighted a coral atoll in the middle of the Pacific which was later named "Starbuck Island" in Valentine's honour. The point is that the "Starbucks" were famous whalers, which brings us to Moby Dick.

Moby Dick is about a bunch of sailors having a whale of a time (whale, in case you were wondering, was early C20th American slang for a lot - whale of a job etc). The first mate of the whaling ship Pequod is called "Starbuck", because the "Starbucks" were such prominent whalers. Moby Dick, aside from having a vaguely amusing name, is a favourite with American schoolteachers, which brings us to Jerry Baldwin.

Jerry Baldwin was an English teacher from Seattle, who in 1971, along with a couple of friends, decided to start a coffee shop. He wanted to name it "Pequod", after the ship in Moby Dick but was shouted down by his partners who pointed out that Pee is not a good syllable to have in a shop selling liquids.

So the others cast around for a local name and found that there was an abandoned mining town near Mount Ranier called Camp Starbo. At this point Jerry Baldwin piped up and suggested a compromise. If he couldn't have "Pequod", what about "Starbucks", which sounds a little like "Starbo" and is a character in Moby Dick. They decided that this was a good name, and the rest is bad coffee.

And it all goes back to a sedge-covered stream in Yorkshire.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/starbucks-index.asp

Starbucks Index


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L'un des trois fondateurs, Gordon Bowker, était écrivain avant de devenir entrepreneur. C'est probablement dans cet amour des livres que se niche l'origine du nom Starbucks.

Starbuck est en effet l'un des personnages de Moby Dick, le célèbre roman de Melville.
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Starbucks

Die Erfolgsgeschichte dieser jungen Marke fing 1971 in Seattle, Washington State, an. Genauer gesagt am Pike Place Market, dem ältesten, ständigen Bauernmarkt des Landes. Aber damals war das Kerngeschäft die Kaffee Rösterei und nicht der Aufbau von Coffee Shops. Es war ein regionales Business.
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Suchergebnisse für "Starbucks"


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Der Name stammt vom ersten Maat aus Herman Melvilles Roman Moby Dick, der als Kaffeeliebhaber bekannt war: "Starbucks" (vgl. hierzu auch die Entstehung > Starbucks-Logos).


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Nicht nur der an die Seefahrertradition der ersten Kaffeehändler erinnernde Markenname, sondern auch das Logo zeugen von den Ursprüngen der Seefahrt und des Kaffeehandels. Aus diesem Grund hat man beim Logo die Darstellung einer Meerjungfrau gewählt. Interessanterweise hatte die Meerjungfrau anfangs noch sichtbare Brüste, die später der US-amerikanischen Prüderie zum Opfer gefallen sind.


(E?)(L?) http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/af_database/permalink/starbucks_introduces_new_sizes

Starbucks Introduces New Sizes -- April Fool's Day, 2010


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Moby Dick was indeed a book beloved of one of the Starbucks founders. He proposed naming the company Pequod, after the ship. "Pee-quod" was nixed by his partners, and they cast about for a name with some local flavor (local to Seattle, Washington). They came upon the name Starbo, from an old mining camp on Mt. Rainier, and liked it. Then the Moby Dick fan drew a phonetic connection between "Starbo" and the novel - the Pequod's First Mate named Starbuck. And "Starbucks" it was.
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Seattle im Überblick
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Die Stadt wurde in Europa vor ein paar Jahren durch den Film »Sleepless in Seattle« näher bekannt. Die Jugend hingegen kannte die Stadt schon lange vorher durch ihre Musik. Die alternative Szene macht seit einigen Jahren Schlagzeilen und hat weltberühmte Bands wie Nirvana oder Pearl Jam hervorgebracht. Diese und andere Gruppen prägten den Seattle Sound, den sog. Grunge. Musik hat in Seattle Tradition: Jimmy Hendrix, Quincy Jones oder Ray Charles wurden hier geboren oder lebten hier, ebenso Jazz-Musiker Kenny J.

Seattle ist die Stadt der Erfinder und Existenzgründer. Die Namen reichen von Microsoft über UPS bis zum Flugzeughersteller Boeing, bis heute Hauptarbeitgeber der Region. Die jüngste Erfolgstory heißt jedoch "Starbucks". Howard Schultz erwarb in den 80ern eine Reihe lokaler Cafés und machte aus diesen innerhalb kürzester Zeit eine weltweite Café-Kette. Seattle hat wesentlich dazu beigetragen, daß Amerika wie bezüglich Wein und Bier seinen schlechten Ruf in Sachen Kaffee abgelegt hat.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.seriouseats.com/2011/01/starbucks-announces-biggest-size-yet-the-31-ounce-trenta-coffee.html

Starbucks Announces Biggest Size Yet: The 31-Ounce "Trenta".


(E?)(L?) http://free.sourcemap.com/search?sq=starbucks

Sourcemap - where things come from

Results for “starbucks”.


(E?)(L?) http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/spiegel-onlines-markenwelt-teil-5-fotostrecke-831-10.html

Starbucks: Der Name der Kaffeehaus-Kette ist eine Hommage an Herman Melvilles Roman "Moby Dick". Dort heißt eine Figur "Starbuck". Die erste Filiale öffnete 1971 in Seattle, heute gibt es über 7000 weltweit.


(E?)(L?) http://www.starbucks.at/über-uns/firmengeschichte

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Damals bestand das Unternehmen aus einem einzigen Geschäft im historischen Pike Place Market von Seattle. In diesem winzigen Laden verkaufte Starbucks einige der weltweit besten frisch gerösteten Kaffeebohnen. Benannt wurde das Unternehmen nach dem Steuermann "Starbuck" aus dem Roman „Moby Dick“. Mit diesem Namen sollte an die Seefahrerromantik und -tradition der ersten Kaffeehändler erinnert werden.
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(E2)(L2) http://www.starbucks.de/about-us/our-heritage


(E?)(L?) http://www.waywordradio.org/tag/starbucks/

Currently viewing the tag: "Starbucks"


(E?)(L?) http://www.wer-zu-wem.de/firma/Starbucks.html

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Der Name Starbucks stammt aus dem Roman Moby Dick von Hermann Melville und soll auf die langen See-Transportwege für den Kaffee verweisen.
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(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etymologische_Liste_von_Unternehmensnamen

Starbucks

Zuerst wollte einer der Unternehmensgründer das Unternehmen "Pequod" nennen, nach dem Schiff im Roman Moby Dick von Herman Melville. Dies wurde abgelehnt und ein Begriff mit lokalem Bezug zu Seattle gesucht - gefunden wurde "Starbo", der Name eines Bergbau-Camps am Mount Rainier. In Moby Dick gibt es eine Figur, deren Namen so ähnlich klingt, nämlich der erste "Maat Starbuck" - allerdings ist dieser nicht als Kaffeetrinker bekannt.


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_company_name_etymologies

Starbucks - named after Starbuck, a character in Herman Melville's novel Moby-Dick


(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starbucks


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starbucks


(E?)(L?) http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-3gghjszSho

Filling a 'Trenta' with wine to illustrate the size of Starbucks' new 31 oz. cup.


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Starbucks
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Starbucks" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1900 / 1990 auf.

Erstellt: 2014-07

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