International Coffee Day 2022

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International Coffee Day 2022

International Coffee Day 2022

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"A good idea starts with a great coffee, and so does a beautiful morning."

Coffee is not just a drink! It is an expression, an occasion and a solution.  

Coffee is something we begin our day with. Meeting over a coffee is the most effortless go-to option to spend time with our family and friends. Even in our rush hours, we always steal a couple of minutes to grab a cup of coffee, knowing it will increase our productivity and help us go through what we seek during our day. 

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages all over the world. Our day does not begin until we take a sip of our favourite drink, espresso or cappuccino. The importance of coffee for consumers and producers has led to the observation of October 1 as International Coffee Day.

Several countries worldwide have their national coffee days, which occur on various dates throughout the year. In March 2014, the ICO Member States agreed to hold International Coffee Day on October 1 to create a day of celebration for those who love coffee worldwide. The International Coffee Organization's 77 member countries and dozens of coffee associations worldwide observe the day. 

This year's theme is dedicated to the prosperity of coffee farmers to reduce the coffee industry's environmental impact and mitigate climate change.

Table Of Contents

1. History Of International Coffee Day

2. The Importance Of International Coffee Day

3. 5 Facts About Coffee

4. How To Celebrate The day Of Coffee?

5. Why We Enjoy International Coffee Day?

History Of International Coffee Day

In 2014, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) dedicated the day to celebrate the coffee industry's diversity, quality, and passion for all coffee lovers. The first International Coffee Day was held in Milan by ICO in 2015. Different countries, however, observe their national coffee day on various dates throughout the year.

The ICO observed the day for the first time in China in 1997, and Taiwan observed it for the first time in 2009. Furthermore, the first International Coffee Day was celebrated in Nepal on November 15, 2005.

The Importance of International Coffee Day

The International Coffee Day celebration honours all those who work in the coffee and related industries. According to the International Coffee Organization, converting waste in the coffee industry into new products and alternative energy options generates significant income and job opportunities while lowering production costs.

5 Facts About Coffee

1. Coffee Is Healthy Yet Well

Coffee drinkers live longer lives and have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a "Harvard's Health Publishing" study.

2. A Priceless Treasure

Coffee is the world’s second most traded commodity after crude oil and, after water, the most consumed beverage.

3. The Drink For Creative And Artistic Individuals

Beethoven, too, was a coffee enthusiast! It is well known that he used to count his beans before brewing, usually 60 per cup. Coffee is one of the most preferred beverages for those involved in artistic and creative work. 

4. A Berry, Not A Bean!

Coffee beans are called "beans" because they look like beans but are berries.

5. Coffee Is Similar To A Neurotransmitter

Caffeine is a central-nervous-system stimulant in medicine and psychology because it has a similar molecular structure to "adenosine," allowing it to bind to "adenosine receptors" in the brain.

How To Celebrate The Day Of Coffee?

Here are a few things you can do to celebrate International Coffee Day. 

  • What is a better way than brewing your favourite cup of coffee? Enjoy a self-prepared coffee while experimenting with different flavours. 
  • You can learn more about aromatic crops by watching documentaries.
  • On this day, you can hang out and experiment with various types and forms of coffee.
  • Did you know that coffee has been around since the Ethiopian plateau? Unfortunately, there are numerous unknown facts that you may need to be made aware of. This is the ideal day to learn everything there is to know about it.
  • You can attend a local event to learn more about different forms of coffee. 
  • You can try your hands on coffee art. 

Why We Enjoy International Coffee Day?

1. Every Culture Has Its Coffee Tradition

Coffee has been an integral part of life since ancient times. Every society has a culture surrounding it, from cultivating it to preparing it, so find yours and celebrate.

2. Raising Awareness Of The Coffee-Making Process

One of the primary goals of this holiday is to raise awareness about the coffee production process and to promote healthy and safe methods and procedures, not only for humans but also for the planet.

3. Better Than An Alarm Clock

Caffeine is a stimulant that stimulates the central nervous system. It can boost energy and alertness while also improving mental performance.

So while you drink your cup of coffee today, inhale its aroma, taste its dark and full-bodied flavour, and think about its story – but most of all, enjoy.

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