Coffee CultureCoffee ain’t a luxury. It’s a necessity.
Coffee is the second most traded commodity and second most consumed beverage in North America. Water is the first most consumed beverage, yet you need water to make coffee.
Coffee and water are like:
‘Love and marriage, love and marriage
Go together like a horse and carriage
This I tell you brother
You can’t have one without the other.’
~Frank Sinatra/Cahn/van Heusen
WelP, now you’ve heard about the over caffeinated ‘Fiat Bucks Coffee.’ Jolly’s cafe has the good stuff to help ‘calm’ your nerves while enjoying your daily cuP of delicious gourmet java! Stay Tuned!
Coffee, COffee, COFFEE O_O
Coffee was, first, discovered in Ethiopia then onward to Yemen:
History of coffee: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_coffee
Good Video…background noise subsides after 5 minutes:
‘The North American organic coffee market topped 1.4 billion dollars in 2009, according to new data from Daniele Giovannucci. Even in a recession, Giovannucci found that organic coffee continued its reign as the single most valuable organic product imported into North America.’
‘The average annual growth rate of 21 percent for organic coffee documented by Giovannucci in the five years from 2004 to 2009 dwarfs the estimated one percent annual growth of the conventional coffee industry.’
~Organic Trade Association
Product Spotlight for July:
Jamaican Blue Mountain:
‘Jamaica has been perfecting their coffee bean farming for over 100 years. Workers individually hand sort rich Arabica beans, the natural way to ensure premium quality. The coffee is processed with some of the most rigorous quality standards in the world, resulting in a fresh taste and rich aroma that is second to none.’
‘Jamaica Blue Mountain® Coffee is now infused with Organo Gold’s 100% Certified Organic Ganoderma Spore Powder Extract. By using only the highest quality ingredients available, Organo Gold’s Premium Gourmet Royal Brewed Coffee is a brew fit for royalty.’