Coffee: The Lifeblood of the World

black-coffeeWithout a doubt, coffee is arguably the most popular drink in the world. With its endless varieties, flavors, countries of origin, and ways to brew, the possibilities for tasting pleasure are numerous for coffee drinkers all over the world.

Coffeehouses, cafes, and diners all around the world specialize in providing everyone’s favorite wakeup call–coffee. These types of establishments have been springing up all over the country as the need and want for coffee grows more exponentially by the day.

All across America, the first order of business upon waking up for many people is to put on a fresh pot of coffee. Many people then hop in the shower and return to the kitchen to find a freshly brewed pot of warmth and caffeinated goodness awaiting them. Millions of workers across the country use coffee as their “get up and go” in the morning–sort of like a wakeup call for the weary to get their day started. Coffee black, a “double double,” or instant coffee in a specialty flavor provides the kick-start most people need to begin their day.

Not only is coffee used as a morning wakeup tool, with the overabundance of cafes and coffeehouses, it’s now being marketing and used as a social tool as well. Many people choose to meet for a cup of coffee on a first date, to catch up with an old friend, or to meet a buddy in-between classes at college. Also the green coffee bean extract is used to make fitness supplements due to some antioxidants properties.

Popular meeting places like Starbucks, Tim Hortons, and Coffee Culture have sprung up in major cities around the country to provide not only a coffee delight, but also an environment and an experience to consumers. In these instances, coffee now becomes a social aspect which is another important part of a person’s day. Additionally, coffee is not just reserved for the morning and a mid-afternoon pick-me-up.

More and more often, coffee is being served after dinner, likely along with dessert. At restaurants around the country, its now commonplace for a server to ask the patrons if they’d like some coffee with their dessert. Coffee seems to have something soothing and pleasing about it even when served after dinner.

No matter what time of day the coffee is consumed, there are a wide variety of ways to enjoy it. Traditional hot coffee, black coffee, and flavor varieties are now competing with the ever-popular iced coffees and lattes.

These cold drinks seem to have more of an appeal during the warm summer months and prove to be an effecting marketing tool for coffee establishments to keep sales soaring of this popular beverage during warmer times or in warmer climates.

One thing is for sure where coffee is concerned, with all of the flavors, styles, and times the world consumes this drink, coffee will continue to enjoy its everlasting reign at the top of the beverage chain.

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