Category: Coffee Culture & History

Delve into the rich history of coffee, its cultural significance around the world, and how it has shaped social interactions in Denver and beyond.

Coffee Culture & History

Vietnamese Coffee Culture: A Deep Dive into Tradition and Flavour

Did you know Vietnam is the second-largest coffee producer worldwide? It even beats out Colombia. The country’s streets buzz with the smell of fresh coffee. This shows how deeply coffee is linked to both local and global cultures. From busy street corners to peaceful cafés, coffee culture is key to Vietnamese daily life. It combines […]

Coffee Culture & History

Second Wave Coffee: Exploring the Charm

The sounds of espresso machines and the scent of fresh coffee make for more than just an ordinary day. They symbolise the Second Wave of Coffee, a key time in coffee’s history. This period transformed coffee into a sign of elegance and social bonding. Brands like Starbucks and Peet’s make artisanal coffee and roasting common […]

Coffee Culture & History

First Wave Second Wave Third Wave Coffee: Exploring Culture

It is easy to forget in a market where specialty coffee and cutting-edge brewing equipment rule. In the 19th century, Folgers and Maxwell House began a major change. They launched in 1850 and 1892, starting the First Wave by making coffee an everyday item. By the late 20th century, Starbucks had expanded fast under Howard […]

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