How Many People Drink Coffee In The United States?

Well, that’s an interesting question, and not just because we’d like to offer our subscription service to all of them.

The coffee industry is reportedly a $30 billion per year industry in the US alone. It gets tricky crunching the numbers, as they seem to vary, with USA Today claiming as many as 83% of US adults drink coffee; while Harvard reports that the National Coffee Association claims this number to be 54%.

As of 2017, the US adult population sits at ((continued))

Coffee Lengthens Telomeres While Caffeine Shortens?

For those of you unaware, telomeres are the end parts of a chromosome that has been associated with living longer and having a lower risk of cancer. Think of them like the plastic tips at the end of shoelaces- if you didn’t have them, your shoelaces would start to fray and fall apart, but if you have long and sturdy ones then your shoelaces will last a very long time.

US Presidents #1-10 and their interesting coffee facts (Part 1 of 5)

We begin our list of all of the presidents of the United States of America, and a tidbit or two of their quirky or interesting relationships to coffee.  This is part 1 of a 5 part series.

1) George Washington: he was a coffee importer according to some of his ledgers, bringing in as much as 200lbs of coffee at a time from overseas, and also asking for what was considered the world’s best coffee beans just weeks before he died.