National Coffee Day is observed on September 29 of every year. It is used to celebrate coffee as a beverage and to promote fair trade coffee.
In March 2014, the International Coffee Organization agreed to set the first official date for this day, and it was launched in Milan on October 1st, 2015 as part of Expo 2015, although many countries still celebrate their favorite beverage on or around September 29. (Source: Wikipedia).
On this day, many business offer free cups of coffee. It would be cool to actually do that in Lebanon: you walk into your favorite coffee shop to be greeted by a delicious, freshly brewed hot cuppa Joe 😀
Below is a list of National Coffee days across several countries:
|September 12||Costa Rica|
|September, first Saturday||Germany|
|September 29|| Australia
India (Chikmagalur, The land of Coffee)
Philippines Conceived to showcase Lipa City as the longstanding “Coffee Granary of the Philippines”.
|October 1||Sri Lanka
Last year, I wrote an Ode to Coffee. You can check it out here! 😀