On International Coffee Day, how was your coffee?



Tue, 29 Sep 2020 - 03:02 GMT


Tue, 29 Sep 2020 - 03:02 GMT

FILE - Coffee

FILE - Coffee

CAIRO – 29 September 2020: International Coffee Day is an occasion celebrated by coffee enthusiasts around the world on two separate days: September 29 and October 1.


However, some countries choose to celebrate coffee on days other than the aforementioned. China celebrates the national coffee day in early April, Denmark on May 6, Brazil on May 24, Colombia on June 27, Costa Rica on September 12, Ireland on September 19, Mongolia on September 20, Germany on the first Saturday of September, and Switzerland on September 28.


The World Coffee Day was established to encourage fair trade of coffee and raise awareness on the problems of coffee farmers. On this day, many coffee companies offer free cups of coffee to the public.




1. Coffee boosts your physical performance. 

2. Coffee may help you lose weight.

3. Coffee helps you burn fat. 

4. Coffee helps you focus and stay alert

5. Coffee lowers risk of death.

6. Coffee reduces risk of cancers.

7. Coffee reduces risk of stroke.

8. Coffee reduces risk of Parkinson’s disease.

9. Coffee protects your body.

10. Coffee may lower risk of Type II diabetes.

11. Coffee protects your brain against Alzheimer and Dementia.

12. Coffee brightens your mood, helps fight depression and lowers risk of suicide.




1. Bad coffee can be toxic.

2. Coffee can kill if great amounts are consumed in a short time-span.

3. Coffee can cause insomnia and restlessness.

4. Don’t drink more than one cup a day if you’re pregnant.

5. If you have high cholesterol, choose filtered coffee.

6. Coffee may increase bedwetting for kids.










Leave a Comment

Be Social