National Coffee Day falls on September 29th every year, which makes it easy to remember!
Coffee is as integral a part of American culture as McDonald’s, rock n’ roll, and blue jeans. But if it weren’t for the Boston Tea Party of 1773, Americans may never have adopted coffee as their national morning beverage of choice. When the colonies revolted
against King George III’s reduction of the tea tax, this sparked a mass switch from tea-drinking to coffee-drinking. More than two centuries later, America is collectively buzzing from its massive coffee intake. On Sept. 29, we fill our cups with joe
and raise a toast to America’s favorite caffeine fix for National Coffee Day.
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It's a ritual that adds structure to our dayWhile the majority of coffee drinkers emphasize the energy a hot cup of joe gives them, most coffee fanatics will agree that it's really all about the morning ritual. There's something calming and
centering about the process of pouring the bean grounds into the filter, switching on the coffee pot, and smelling the aroma of a good French roast in the wee hours of the day.
Coffee is good for your brainCoffee isn't just a beverage that perks us up. It actually helps our brains produce dopamine and adrenaline, thereby improving our capacity to remember things. Studies show that regular coffee consumption can
reduce the likelihood of developing dementia by as much as 65%!
Surprise someone with a cup of joePick up a cup of coffee for a coworker, friend, family member, schoolmate, or even the security guard you pass on the street everyday. Don't forget to wish them a happy National Coffee Day during the hand-off!