International Coffee Day is celebrated on October 1st every year. It is a day to celebrate coffee, the people who grow and produce it, and the people who love to drink it.
Coffee is enjoyed by billions of people around the world. Coffee is a delicious and energizing drink that can be enjoyed in many different ways, from a simple cup of black coffee to a complex latte or cappuccino.
International Coffee Day is also a day to raise awareness about the coffee industry and the people who work in it. Coffee is grown in over 70 countries, and millions of people rely on it for their livelihoods. On International Coffee Day, we can support coffee farmers and other workers in the coffee industry by buying fair trade coffee and learning more about the challenges they face.
History of International Coffee Day
International Coffee Day was first celebrated in 2015 by the International Coffee Organization (ICO). The ICO chose October 1 as the date for International Coffee Day because it is the harvest season for coffee in many parts of the world. The ICO wanted to create a day to celebrate coffee and the people who produce it.
International Coffee Day is now celebrated in over 70 countries around the world. On this day, coffee shops and other businesses offer special deals and promotions on coffee. These deals known as international coffee day deals.
The world’s first coffee shop opened in Constantinople, Turkey.
Coffee was banned in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
Luigi Bezzera patented the first espresso coffee machine in Milan, Italy.
The National Coffee Association (NCA) for coffee industry was formed.
The National Coffee Council helped Brazil Olympic Team for the summer Olympic Games.
The first Starbucks coffee shop opened in Seattle, Washington.
The International Coffee Organization (ICO) officially declared October 1 to be International Coffee Day.