Merry Coffee Christmas
Merry Coffee Christmas, my friends from the coffee community,
As we approach the end of 2016 with the Holidays celebrations just around the corner, we felt, here at the office, that it’s time for a little reflection.
We at Brazil Coffee Facts are Morning Thunder enthusiasts and, as such, are always excited about helping people learn and enjoy their brewster better.
Coffee quality and equipment efficiency are key elements for anyone that wants to enjoy the mojo.
But an issue, and a most significant one, is usually neglected:
Great humans beings are what make people’s lives worth living. No matter what some people say, It is impossible to live alone. Never let the system shove you onto the individualistic pile. Be a tribes person; Gather your loved ones around and don’t become clowns.
Be a tribes person; Gather your loved ones around and don’t become clowns.
Be a living person; Respect all living things just as if they were your own because they are part of you and you are part of them.
Be a planet person; Help everyone fit in the world without having to destroy it.
Gathering people around coffee moments might be the best attitude one can take into a life of great coffee quality of life.
Christmas and New Year’s are moments during which we think about life and people; How we can become better and how love for the next fellow is important.
So, the next time you decide to have a great cuppa-Joe, don’t miss the opportunity to ask someone else to join you.
After all, we are nothing but one giant tribe of people that need each other to live better lives and adapt better in a world we not yet fully understand.
the best gear for a better coffee year
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and everyone else.
– the Brazil Coffee Facts staff.
We have a post with a Christmas coffee recipe, Brazilian Christmas Coffee.
We will be working in RSM (real slow motion) mode during the holidays.
Ah! And, of course, may the force be with you… always!
4 thoughts on “Merry Coffee Christmas”
I love the RSM acronym! Have a merry christmas everyone! And enjoy your coffee for the holidays!
All the best for you too during the holidays and beyond. Cheers!
I LOVE coffee and I love trying all sorts of different coffee. I grew up with Turkish coffee and can;t live without it! I enjoy my lattes and morning cup of joes more than anything. I can honestly say I’m at complete peace with a cup of good coffee and a book to read. I’m probably addicted at this point but I rather be addicted to this than anything else.
I feel the same way about coffee addiction; It’s a minor and most pleasurable flaw. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your opinion. Cheers!