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International Coffee Day celebrates Women in Coffee
International Coffee Day is back! If the only way to start your day is with a coffee then get celebrating. October 1st 2018 sees the return of International Coffee Day. Now in it’s 4th year, its a day when Nations come together to raise a mug to one of the UK’s best loved imports.
Whether it’s a Macchiato or a Cappuccino that takes your fancy or only an Espresso will do, it’s a day to embrace the coffee bean.
Coffee confused? If you stand at the counter of the coffee shop dreading the inevitable list of options or you don’t know your Soya Latte’s from your Flat Whites, there are a whole host of websites dedicated to the subject of coffee. Why not take the opportunity to unravel the mystery around the many ways to drink the famed beverage.
So why do we love it so much?
Coffee is said to have many health benefits, it can actually improve concentration, before hitting the afternoon slump millions of people across the world reach for the coffee to see them through the day.
Coffee gets us moving. Who doesn’t need a helping hand in the morning to set them up on the busy day ahead? it increases energy levels for a much needed spring in the step. At a time of year when UK daylight is shrinking, celebrate the beverage with the aroma that can tempt us even on the darkest morning. Here’s to Coffee, Regular, Tall or Grande, enjoy!
The International Coffee Organization has chosen a very special theme for this year’s celebrations: ‘Women in Coffee’. Women play as important a role in the whole of the coffee chain as men, from planting the seeds to processing to trading to brewing\u2026 and drinking it. Have you ever thought about how many women it took for you to be able to drink your daily cuppa?
The idea for the 2018 campaign goes beyond paying homage to women! They want to highlight the need for equity and equality in the coffee sector, from bean to cup, and that can only be achieved by empowering women to the benefit of the whole coffee sector.
Last year’s celebrations were very successful with coffee events held in over 45 different countries across the globe. This year we want to do even better, so join in on this very important occasion to celebrate ‘Women in Coffee’!