Online statistics places the world’s daily coffee consumption at 2.25 billion cups.
And although the number may not be entirely accurate, there’s no denying it isn’t far from the truth.
According to a 2014 publication by The Independent, teachers, journalists, police officers, medical staff etc, are among the professions consuming the most amount of coffee. But whether for deliberate health reasons or staying literally ‘woke’, coffee consumption forms part of pop culture.
Starbucks and other coffee companies globally, understand the coffee culture by providing their customers with top quality coffee.
As everything beautiful, coffee can be enjoyed in different ways. Whether it’s Cappucino, Espresso, Double Espresso or Ristretto, they are humans who appreciate them. Like all things beautiful also, coffee may also be underappreciated and not at all in a way you’d imagine.
While I have had coffee without sugar and with sugar and prefer the latter, it has taught me a lesson.
Unlike some people having a preference for unsweetend coffee, I love mine sweet. And in thinking about these two clear distinctive prefernces, I am reminded that humans are fashioned the same way.
Again, not quite as you may think. For me there are clear distinctions in complete human personality. This provides the global community with a variety of humans, theorized by professionals into temperaments and others.
One may therefore find it unsettling that systems are built to judge every human through streamlined methods.
Coffee lesson 101: As distinct as sweet and unsweetend coffee taste, so also are individuals. Especially factoring experiences, living conditions, lifestyle, background and a host of other factors.