The period between 1603 -1714 was an era of flourishing Court culture, but also intense religious debate and radical politics.
"For Men And Christians to turn Turks, and think
T'excuse the Crime because 'tis in their drink,
Is more than Magick, and does plainly tell
Coffee's extraction has its heats from Hell."
On the site of London's very first Coffee House, Justin armed with his Restoration copy of a London A-Z charts the rise in popularity of this drinking establishment which was introduced in 1652 by Pasqua Rosee, a Greek servant.