A day to get your caffeine fix

National Coffee Day – September 29


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Coffee has enough variety to please a variety of people.

Jeslie Avestruz, Staff writer

Before you stop for coffee on National Coffee Day, check the media. Last year, places like 7-Eleven, Starbucks, McDonald’s, Peet’s Coffee, Denny’s, and other restaurants were offering a free cup of coffee to celebrate.

While America is celebrating on Tuesday, September 29, the rest of the world celebrates International Coffee Day on October 1, the date chosen by the International Coffee Organisation for this celebration to be official. Coffee Day, no matter when it is celebrated, is a day of awareness about the wondrous coffee culture; fair trade coffee and the plight of the coffee growers. There’s a lot to know, and more can be found at https://www.internationalcoffeeday.org/.

Coffee is the second most popular drink in the world, although it may be the most popular hot beverage, although the range of temperatures runs the gamut. This celebration appeals to coffee lovers in their wide assortment of tastes. Some prefer strong, bitter flavors while others will only sip the sweetest and creamiest drinks. for you. Some may not even drink the beverage, but love the aroma or prefer to enjoy coffee in other forms, like coffee infused cake, coffee candy and coffee ice cream.

If you are a social media person, feel free to go post about your Coffee Day on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook with the #NationalCoffeeDay!

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