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A common hobby of 8 world famous geniuses

The 8 geniuses mentioned below have two things in common: One is that they are known for their superior intelligence. Secondly, they all have a special hobby, they cannot give up.

The geniuses besides being mentioned with extremely high intellectual index, they also have strange actions and hobbies. So are the 8 famous geniuses below. The common point between them is not only high IQ but also that they cannot survive without coffee.

  1. Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach:  "Without my morning coffee, I'm just like a dried-up piece of roast goat"
Johann Sebastian Bach:  “Without my morning coffee, I’m just like a dried-up piece of roast goat”

He is a great German composer. Not only did he compose music, he was also an organist, violinist, violinist, and Baroque harpsichord. His music is highly appreciated by experts because of his intellectual depth, meeting the rigorous professional requirements. Especially the artistic beauty behind each work.

He is considered a coffee addict. His obsession with coffee caused him to write an opera about his condition. The musical, titled “The Coffee Cantata” was born in 1732. This humorous work has implicitly objected to public obstruction of the development of cafes in the beautiful capital of Vienna. Shirt. At that time, coffee was considered a dangerous drink for everyone.

In the drama “The Coffee Cantata”, it says: “Without my morning coffee, I just like a dried-up piece of roast goat”. Implied, if there is no coffee every morning, he will be like being no lived.

2. Ludwig Van Beethoven

Ludwig Van Beethoven
Ludwig Van Beethoven

Being a genius composer, Beethoven is a classical composer. He is an extremely bright image in the sky music transformed from classical to romantic music. He was also recognized as the world’s greatest, most famous and influential composer to later composers, musicians and audiences. His famous work must include Moon Sonata, Symphony No. 5 Destiny, Symphony No. 6 Country …

His hobby of drinking coffee is very different. Every day he drank coffee. The number of cups of coffee per day may not be the same. But every cup of coffee he drank had 60 coffee beans. And the number of beans must be checked by himself, not more than 60 seeds.

He said “Won not you have some coffee before you go?”.

Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin

3. Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin is one of the great leaders of the United States. Not only is a famous politician, he is a leading scientist, author, printer, philosopher, inventor, social activist, diplomat. The above areas he not only knew but also had valuable achievements left to mankind.

Time living in London (England), Franklin is a freelance writer. He often held political meetings, met and socialized with his friends in the UK. And in all those meetings, coffee is indispensable. He also has a very high demand for the kind of coffee he drinks. He never accepted any other coffee even though the taste was more delicious. That’s why, in his luggage, there is always coffee. It can be said that coffee is Franklin’s companion everywhere.

4. Voltaire

Voltaire
Voltaire

Voltaire, whose real name is Marie Arouet, is a French writer, historian and philosopher. Voltaire has a rich writing ability, with many works ranging from plays, poetry, novels, essays to historical and scientific studies.

Voltaire is the heaviest coffee addict in history. He is said to have taken 40-50 cups of coffee a day. He also admitted that he drank 50 cups of coffee a day despite the doctor’s telling him, coffee could take away his life. He also has many sentences about coffee in his own way.

5. Søren Kierkegaard

Søren Kierkegaard
Søren Kierkegaard

Kierkegaard is a philosopher, poet, and social critic of the Danish century of the 19th century. He is considered an important figure, having a great influence on the consciousness of contemporary generations.

This philosopher has a unique way of making coffee. He put a lot of sugar into the glass then added the powdered coffee to dissolve. At home, he has a separate glass cabinet to hold a collection of 50 different cups of coffee. Every day he will have a philosophical reason for his choice of coffee cup.

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6. Teddy Roosevelt

Teddy is the name that the public calls the 26th President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt. He is also the leader of the Republican Party and the Progressive Movement. In addition, before becoming President of the United States, he also held positions such as: Governor of New York state, historian, naturalist, inventor, author, adventurer and soldier. Roosevelt was admired by everyone for his extraordinary energy and achievements in many fields.

Coffee is Roosevelt’s favorite drink. Every day he drinks 1 gallon (4 liters) of coffee and adds 5-7 sugar cubes to each cup.

7. L. Frank Baum

The author of the famous American series The Wizard of Oz was adapted into a 1939 film. This is a famous film, resonating in the world and highlighting Frank’s name. Baum.

He said his works were often composed in the morning, after he had already enjoyed his favorite coffee and drinks. His favorite coffee is coffee with cream and sugar. He drank 4-5 cups of coffee like that every day.

Frank Baum also said that he liked his coffee strong enough to keep his own ideas and inspiration “always like a boat out to sea, never sink”

8. David Lynch

David Lynch
David Lynch

David Keith Lynch is director, screenwriter, producer, American painter, musician and photographer. His films are both surreal and unique with many fantasy elements.

Loving the sweetness of coffee, he often drinks 4-7 cups of coffee a day with lots of sugar. Also because he loves coffee, David often introduces this drink in his films and on television. He also owns the organic coffee type named David Lynch Signature.

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