字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント work in coffee long enough, and someone will make a joke about how one particular coffee variety has the same name as a style of American whiskey. Sir. Bourbon in that coffee absolutely like me. For a moment, you might wonder why these two things share the same name. Is it a coincidence, kind of homonym or something else? Is it meaningful that bourbon whiskey has pronounced differently to pull Boram coffee? After thinking about it for a moment just like me? You probably forget about it and carry on with your day. They are, however, connected the mid point, being one of the great royal families and dynasties in Europe. A house that word France for 200 years among them is one of the most famous kings of France. Louis, the 14th known as the Sun King. That same family lineage continues today is the current monarch in space. This is the House of Bobo. Let's start with whiskey bourbons. History is muddy on Disputed. There are two claims as to where its name came from. The obvious one is Bourbon County in Kentucky. Folklore says that in the early 18 hundreds, whiskey was shipped in barrels from the county on those barrels were marked with old bourbon. That was the name that people used for that county. Bourbon County was given its name as acknowledgment for the assistance that Louis the 16th and the French gave during the American Revolutionary War. In fact, capital of the county is named Paris. Bourbon does have another claim for the name. Kentucky Whiskey sold well in New Orleans as a cheap alternative to the more expensive cognac, and it was sold on the now famous Bourbon Street. That street was also named the ruling Council. Boban, on New Orleans itself, was named after the Duke of Orleans, who acted as regent of France until Louis the 15th came of age. That explains the whiskey. But what about coffee? May 9th is the Saint's Day of Santa Apollonia in Portugal. On that day, in 15 07 Portuguese crew landed on an island off the coast of Madagascar. They decided to name the island Santa Apollonia. Much later it became a stopper of vessels on the way from Yemen to Indonesia. On a search, coffee ended up being planted on the island that coffee would mutate and when it was exported, back to Brazil. It took the name of the island. Now that coffee wasn't named for Santa Apollonia because 16 40 to the French had colonized the island primarily to house 12 mutineers from Madagascar. They had renamed the island Boban, naming it for the ruling family of the time. The House of Boban. That is how coffee whiskey on the Sun King well, came to share a name.