On International Coffee Day we will take you on a journey where you can learn more about this delicious beverage; how it is consumed, how it is sold, in what presentations it comes in; and we will also talk about how you can order it in different countries.
Now, why is International Coffee Day celebrated? This is an important date for all of us who are passionate about coffee; also, it is the perfect excuse to savor and appreciate your favorite beverage, its celebration goes back to 2015.
That year, the International Coffee Organization decided that October 1st would be the ideal occasion to think about the dynamics surrounding one of the most consumed beverages in the world. This celebration also seeks to generate a healthy debate on fair trade coffee, analyze the problems and needs of coffee growers and open up reflections on new trends in coffee consumption and cultivation.
About this internationalization of coffee, we would like to tell you that our company Colcafé has a sales presence in 50 countries in the world where we sell coffee beans, ground coffee, soluble coffee, blends and other presentations for institutional clients. We have more than 70 years of experience in the market!
Working with a borderless mentality has allowed us to commercialize the coffee bean in different markets:
On the one hand, we have Colcafé and Sello Rojo brands with which we have presence in Central America, South America, the Caribbean and the United States.
On the other hand, we offer our products in institutional format for foodservice chains, private brands and other companies that transform the inputs we provide into delicious beverages in the United States, Asia and Europe.
Now that you know how our coffee is reaching more and more people around the world, let us continue this international journey with a very relevant question: What if you wanted to order a coffee in Germany or in Italy, Japan, or Brazil? How could you order it?
We would normally say “Can you give me a coffee, please? but, as the commemoration day deserves it, let’s learn together how to order a cup of coffee in some other countries:
Latin America and Spain: ¿Puede darme un café, por favor?
Germany: Kannst du mir bitte einen Kaffee geben?
France: Pouvez-vous me donner un café s’il vous plaît?
Brazil: Pode me dar um café, por favor?
And, well; You already know how to order coffee in these countries! With these examples you will continue enjoying the wonderful aroma and flavor of a good Colombian coffee wherever you go.
Remember that Colcafé Company transcends borders and exports the delicious coffee bean to different parts of the world so that, especially you, can enjoy it and more on this day.
Celebrate the first of October with your favorite cup of coffee! Here you will find some preparations and recipes from cocktails, desserts, cookies, cold drinks, hot drinks and much more; so you can honor this day and keep enjoying the passionate world of coffee.