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International Coffee Day - Wikipedia
International Coffee Day is an occasion that is used to promote and celebrate coffee as a beverage, with events now occurring in places across the world. The first official date was 1 October 2015, as agreed by the International Coffee Organization and was launched in Milan. This day is also used to promote fair trade coffee and to raise awareness for the plight of the coffee growers. On this day, many businesses offer free or discounted cups of coffee. Some businesses share coupons and special deals with their loyal followers via social networking. Some greeting card companies sell National Coffee Day greeting cards as well as free e-cards.
At a meeting on 3–7 March 2014, a decision was taken by the International Coffee Organization to launch the first official International Coffee Day in Milan as part of Expo 2015.
Various events have been held, called Coffee Day or National Coffee Day, with many of these on or around September 29.
The exact origin of International Coffee Day is unknown. An event was first promoted in Japan in 1983 by The All Japan Coffee Association (全日本コーヒー協会). In the United States "National Coffee Day" was mentioned publicly as early as 2005. The name "International Coffee Day" was first used by the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, which called a press conference on October 3, 2009 to celebrate it and to announce the first New Orleans Coffee Festival. It was promoted in China by the International Coffee Organization, first celebrated in 1997, and made into an annual celebration in early April 2001. Taiwan first celebrated International Coffee Day in 2009. Nepal first celebrated National Coffee Day on November 17, 2005. Indonesia, which first celebrated National Coffee Day on August 17, 2006, celebrates it on the same day as Indonesia's Independence Day.
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National Coffee Day - BIGMOUTH INC
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NATIONAL COFFEE DAY – September 29
NATIONAL COFFEE DAY
Whether getting one to go or lingering over a second cup, on September 29 be sure to observe National Coffee Day!
Ah, the perfect cup of java. According to an expert cupper (a professional coffee taster), there are four components of a perfect cup: aroma, body, acidity, and flavor.
From the moment the average coffee lover opens a fresh bag of coffee beans, the aroma beckons, percolating the senses. Even those who don’t drink coffee tend to enjoy the fragrance a roasted bean casts.
When determining the body of a coffee, the bean, the roast, and the brew are all factors. The bean affects the texture of the coffee, whether its silky, creamy, thick or thin on the tongue and throat. However, the darker the roast and how it is brewed will alter the feel of a coffee’s body, too. Grandpa’s motor oil blend versus the coffee shop around the corner’s silky smooth, well-practiced grind have entirely different bodies.
The region a coffee is grown determines its acidity. The higher the elevation the coffee grows, the higher the quality and the acidity. These coffees are considered brighter, dryer, even sparkling by cuppers.
When it comes down to it, coffee lovers cherish the flavor as well as the caffeinated boost this roasted bean gives morning or night, black or with cream and sugar. Hot or cold it provides enjoyment even when decaffeinated!
There are many legendary accounts of how coffee first came to be, but the earliest credible evidence of either coffee drinking or the knowledge of the coffee tree appears in the middle of the 15th century in the Sufi monasteries around Mokha in Yemen. It was here coffee seeds were first roasted and brewed, much like they are prepared today. Yemeni traders brought coffee back to their homeland from Ethiopia and began to cultivate the seed.
In 1670, coffee seeds were smuggled out of the Middle East by Baba Budan, as he strapped seven coffee seeds onto his chest. The first plants grown from these smuggled seeds were planted in Mysore. It was then that coffee spread to Italy, to the rest of Europe, to Indonesia and the Americas.
Brazil produces more coffee in the world than any other country followed by Colombia. More than 50 countries around the world grow coffee, providing a delicious variety for the indulgence of steamy cups of the black drink for connoisseurs to consume.
HOW TO OBSERVE.
Enjoy a cup or two of your favorite coffee. Use #NationalCoffeeDay to post on social media. Here is a list of National Coffee Day Specials.
Within our research, we were unable to find the origin of National Coffee Day.
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National Coffee Day - Planoly
Today might be one of our favorite holidays next to Christmas… yes, we said holiday! Coffee is always there for us, whether we’re having a particularly slow morning or need a pick-me-up in the afternoon. The smell alone creates a warm and fuzzy feeling right down to our toes. This versatile and timeless drink definitely deserves a day of celebration. That’s why we’ve narrowed down a few of our favorite coffee Instagram’s for you to enjoy with us! Happy National Coffee Day fellow coffee lovers, now let’s get to it!
@bluebottle coffee is as charming as they come. From their logo and branding to their amazing selection of coffee and pastries – we are in love. Cruising through their Instagram feed, you’ll find incredible shots from their cafe locations in Oakland, San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo! You can also join their online subscription to have Blue Bottle delivered directly to your door. Cheers to that!
We absolutely adore @AlfredCoffee’s branding, and their coffee is equally as delicious. They branded the “But first, coffee” phrase on their drink sleeves, which gives them double cool points in our book. We even saw they recently had a cameo in Drake’s music video, so that definitely puts them on the map. Their Instagram is visually brilliant, with a black and white color scheme and pops of color throughout. This is definitely the most “Instagrammable” coffee shop we’ve ever seen.
@melodyjoyco is a coffee connoisseur and captures this liquid gold in a gorgeous way. The color theme in her feed mirrors that of coffee’s colors with layers of brown, gold, black, white, and tan. Perusing through Melody’s feed, it’s clear to see how much she loves coffee. Enjoy beautiful photos from her travels and coffee escapades from all over the world!
At @LaColombeCoffee, authenticity is key. Here, you will find an extensive selection of coffee from all regions of the world, as well as their delicious draft latte and canned cold brew. They are committed to sourcing coffee from farms that emphasize sustainable practices, which makes it even better. You can also find celebs lining up for a cup of La Colombe Coffee at their New York City locations!
We love local Austin brand @Chameleoncoldbrew’s fun and lively feed as well as their coffee! This organic cold-brew brand comes in several flavors and they get super creative with their product and recipes. On their Instagram feed, you’ll find unique posts such as a coffee scrub recipe, adult coffee drink recipes, and so much more. Their newest flavor, Texas Pecan, tastes like cold-brew perfection. Take a stroll through their feed, and prepare to get some serious cold-brew cravings.