Today is NOT the day to run out of coffee because it’s INTERNATIONAL COFFEE DAY!!! Coffee traces its biological heritage to plants known as Coffea. Coffee plants are cultivated in over 70 countries, primarily in the equatorial regions of the Americas, Southeast Asia, India and Africa.
The two most common types of coffee are arabica and robusta, which has a more bitter taste.
Bill has his free coffee??? Where’s yours???
Once ripe, coffee beans are picked, processed and dried. Unroasted green coffee beans are one of the most traded agricultural commodities in the world. The beans are roasted to varying degrees, depending on the desired flavor before being ground and brewed to create coffee.
I lost my mother eleven years ago yesterday. Isn’t God good to us through our friends? Lucinda reminded me of today’s special holiday and it lightened my countenance immediately! If ever there was a coffee lover, it is me! Some of the best memories I have of my mother were made over a cup of coffee. We used to go to the Kings-X restaurant on the north end of Wichita nearly every Saturday to reconnect over a breakfast of biscuits & gravy and a lot of good hot coffee. We solved all the world’s problems with that winning combination!
These days I enjoy coffee in the morning while reading devotionals. Do you ever wake up in the morning and think about coffee – and feel the need to get out of bed just so you can get to it? I do!
I wondered about the history of this amazing beverage, so I found a PBS documentary. There are 3 parts, so grab a cup of coffee and put your feet up as you watch it – wink! 😉
My favorite cup of coffee comes from Chick-fil-A. Why? Because the folks there actually know the farmers who grow the plants around the world.
Do you know of another fast-food restaurant that knows the names of their coffee farmers? I don’t. It’s one more personal touch that Chick-fil-A brings to the table – the breakfast table. 🙂