The first written record of coffee made from roasted coffee beans comes from Arab scholars, who wrote that it was useful in prolonging their working hours. The Arab innovation in Yemen of making a brew from roasted beans, spread first among the Egyptians and Turks , and later on found its way around the world. Other scholars believe that the coffee plant was introduced into Yemen from Abyssinia, based on a Yemeni tradition that slips of both coffee and qat were planted at 'Udein' ('the two twigs') in Yemen in pre-Islamic times.  The Indian Version of the Arabica Coffee or Mocha Coffee which is grown in a place called Arehalli is known as Arehalli Koffee. The first crop of Arehalli Koffee was yielded in the Year 1918 in India.