The difference that first cup of beautiful espresso coffee can make in the morning… oh the power of caffeine!
Funnily enough, in Turkey during the 14th century there was a law which allowed the ladies to divorce their husbands if they were unable to provide a daily quota of coffee! Fair enough I guess.
What I like most about the whole idea of a coffee culture is the connections that coffee creates, the environment for relationships of all types to start and end (well hopefully not…)
Coffee serving cafes have been meeting places for great thinkers, dreamers and creatives for years. Admittedly, I’ve been a little Coffee fiend for about 5 years now and have built relationships with other coffee lovers, our reason to meet being that warm or cold coffee.
In this digital day and age, it’s even more important to spend time connecting face to face. I encourage you to make a time this week to reach out to an old friend, a family member or neighbour you haven’t seen in the flesh for a while, take the time, enjoy the coffee and strengthen those connections.
Also try adding something different to your at-home coffee routine:
Almo Milk is made with an almond butter so there’s zero waste. BPA free bottles. No carrageenan, oils, maltodextrin, flavours or sugars. We also support 140 Victorian & South Australian Almond Growers. That’s Almo in a nutshell…