The processed and ground chocolate and coffee seem to be indistinguishable and smell almost the same. However, even if they look similar again, they are actually not a thing.
Coffee is coffee, chocolate is chocolate.
The raw material for coffee comes from the nuts in the coffee beans, which are ground after picking and roasting, and then brewed into coffee.
Coffee contains a large amount of caffeine, this substance can stimulate people’s brains and play a role in enhancing the brain.
Chocolate is mainly derived from something called cocoa beans. This kind of fruit that grows on the cocoa tree also needs a series of processing such as grinding.
Although cocoa beans also contain a certain amount of caffeine, the two are still quite different.
From the appearance alone, cocoa beans are very different from coffee beans. Cocoa beans are grown in a large fruit, and the coffee beans are individually granulated. The coffee beans are uniform in size and shiny, but the cocoa beans are gray. The coffee beans can be eaten directly after roasting and grinding, but cocoa beans require a series of other treatments, which is very complicated.
And cocoa can condense into a solid and store it, but coffee cannot.