Caffeinated conversations can be as strong as the freshest brew, high on opinions and passionate rationalizing – obviously this type of social interaction is not for everyone, not everyone speaks coffee that well!
Just like Life, coffee can be bitter first and rewarding later. Just like the highlights of your life, you can never get enough of the caffeinated highs. Losing its European or colonial influences, coffee is spoken throughout the world and it is as vernacular as any other global language
There is a theory about coffee being called JOE because it was a common man’s drink, a part of their daily grind. It was cheap and readily available. However, the social positioning of coffee has undergone a dramatic change. It is there for sure, at every hierarchical level inside and outside the organization but now your cup can give a glimpse about the lifestyle you can sustain - perhaps, the reason for Starbucks to become global
You don’t want to understand all of the customs that make-up the coffee demographic. There is just too much to observe and learn. A lifestyle magazine online speaks about how ordering cappuccino after the morning hours is considered crass in Italy. Unbelievably, it is not the theatrical Aussies who consume the most coffee but Finland that accounts for the maximum coffee love. Each of these nations have different regional and national methodologies that makes each cup of brew that much closer to their preferred flavor!