Happy International #Coffee Day!

 

Happy International Coffee Day!

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International Coffee Day is a special day to celebrate the world’s second most popular beverage…COFFEE! Second, of course to water. This day was first celebrated in Japan, in 1983. Not only do we honor our favorite beverage, but we also recognize the coffee farmers, because without their hard work, we wouldn’t have our daily brew. With most commercial brands, the farmers only get a very small wage, which is frequently less than $1 per day. Be a part of the solution, and look for ethically sourced coffees. These are identified by various certifications, such as Fair Trade. Many roasters have created their own certification of sorts, known as ‘Direct Trade’. This practice is predicated on creating the most direct trading relationship with the growers as possible.
 
My fellow coffee lover, Mike at DailyShotOfCoffee.com has written a great post titled “7 Ways To Celebrate International Coffee Day”. Give it a read and try to follow through on as many ways as possible! Also, look at the products in the CoffeeNate Shop, and try a new brewing method. There are several exceptional coffee brewers that cost less than $50! All of these will easily out perform your regular drip brewer. Enjoy your coffee, and enjoy your weekend! c[_]
 


For better coffee, try one of the brewing methods from our coffee brewing guides! They may take an extra minute or two, but you’ll be rewarded with exceptional flavor!

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Nate is a special kind of coffee lover. He began drinking the same swill that most others do, but thought there must be something better out there. Sure enough, he was right, even more so than he ever dreamed possible. He soon found his way into the specialty coffee industry, and was tasting exceptional coffees from dozens of roasters from around the country. He is now committed to teaching others how they can appreciate coffee, and how they can make the best coffee in town and save money at the same time! Cheers c[_]

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