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Thread: International Coffee Day
- 11-26-2012 05:42 AM #1
International Coffee Day
I was just wondering that "international coffee day" should be celebrated worldwide on regular basis, I mean annually. At present, only a few countries celebrate this international coffee day.
My point of view is that since coffee is such a wonderful and beneficial beverage, this day should be celebrated with much more zeal and zest. What is your take on this one? Does your country celebrate international coffee day? Have you ever been a part of this day? Let us discuss.
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- 11-26-2012 06:23 AM #2
Nope. They don't celebrate international coffee day here.
And when I lived in Canada, they didn't make a big deal out of September 29th either. I don't remember one flag, banner, advertisement, or even acknowledgement of the day.
Costa Rica either. Although it is really close to their independence day, so I guess international coffee day gets lost in the shuffle. It's an interesting idea though.
I could imagine at least having a sort of fair where you could sample and celebrate the different coffees from around the world, but haven't seen any of those around either.
We could always use more Holidays!
- 11-26-2012 06:33 AM #3
Lol, yes actually, there should be an international holiday on the international coffee day worldwide. That is a very important point which I missed.
Okay, so you have also lived in Costa Rica, that is pretty interesting to know. I always desire to visit countries like Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ghana, West Indies etc.
Coming back to the topic on a serious note though, it would be great if international coffee day is observed worldwide on a serious level. I mean just imagine everyone going out for coffee, coffee stalls everywhere in the city, mega stores offering special coffee deals, restaurants and cafes having coffee shows and........Wowooooooooo!SAY "I LOVE YOU" TO EVERYONE YOU WANT TO, BEFORE ITS TOO LATE !
- 11-26-2012 09:30 AM #4
I imagine starbucks or another big chain could be talked into something if their sales started dropping a lot.
- 11-26-2012 12:24 PM #5
I think such fun days need to be celebrated nationally as well as internationally in each and every country of the world. This is really needed in order to lessen if not minimize the continuous disappointing states of several countries.SAY "I LOVE YOU" TO EVERYONE YOU WANT TO, BEFORE ITS TOO LATE !
- 11-30-2012 02:37 AM #6
I am a big fan of coffee so I would like to celebrate this great coffee day in my nation with my friends and my family .
- 11-30-2012 02:49 AM #7
I like the most important thing …and that thing is that… On this day, companies around the world offer free and also discounted cups of coffee. Some companies share coupons and offers with their loyal followers via social media.
- 11-30-2012 07:04 AM #8
I was surprised to see that there actually is an International Coffee day.
International Coffee Day - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thanks for sharing that information. I learn something new every day on this coffee forum!
- 12-07-2012 06:19 AM #9
I thought everyday was a coffee day. At least for me it is.
- 12-07-2012 02:50 PM #10
This past year we celebrated it in our cafe (New York) by giving out free size upgrades on drinks. Many customers here actually have heard of it... and expected something because all the national chains were doing deals nearby.
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