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Though a standard product today, coffee was only introduced into the Netherlands in the seventeenth century. Coffee was initially seen as a luxury drink for the elite and some even believed it had medicinal effects. Some of the first pouring vessels were imported but it was not long before all kinds of new objects were specifically designed to serve this exotic and exclusive drink.