Oh, this could be my favorite holiday of all! I am not a big fan of the “real” holidays, but I love the food and beverage days!
Coffee has been a part of my life for a VERY long time. I shared all the details in My Coffee Story.
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After you understand where my deep love of coffee came from you'll see that my other posts on coffee come from a position of authority! Hey, everybody is an authority on something!
San Francisco has no shortage of great places for coffee and my Where to go for Coffee in San Francisco has plenty of details.
I work in the Financial District and one of my favorite spots is a place called Coffee Cultures. Check out my post and interview in San Francisco's Coffee Cultures.
Plenty of other San Francisco publications have opined on the topic as well:
> Thrillist SF: The best coffee shop in every single SF neighborhood
> Eater SF: The Coffee Heatmap: 16 Great Places to Catch a Buzz
> SFist: The Best Coffee Shops In San Francisco
> Business Insider: The 10 Best Coffee Shops In San Francisco
I fell head over heels in love with Tom Greenwell fourth-generation coffee farmer at Greenwell Coffee Farm in Hawaii. Farmer, food scientist, and coffee champion, after spending several hours with Tom I had a whole new appreciation for Kona coffee.
I have spent a lot of time in Paris, my hubby even more, but despite that fact, ordering coffee in Paris can be daunting even for us! I put together a post on How to Order Coffee in Paris to help.
Then I did the same in my How to Order Coffee in Portugal.
Rachelle of The Travel Bite beat me to it when it comes to Ordering Coffee in Italy.
How about you? Do you like coffee? What's your favorite way to drink it? Where is your favorite place to drink it?