Places to celebrate International Coffee Day in Dubai
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Where to Celebrate International Coffee Day in Dubai
International Coffee Day is a global celebration of coffee’s journey from the farm to your local shop. It’s an opportunity to honor the women and men who grow and harvest the coffee we love. And, of course, a chance to celebrate by enjoying some great coffee (I might have added that bit myself!)
This year it’s being celebrated on 1st October. So grab your diary and make a date with something smooth, rich and indulgent – Coffee of course!
Stay caffeinated x Debbie
1st October – FoodeMag dxb (which I’m Editor of) has teamed up with Cafe Frei and is offering a FREE Costa Rica Coconut Macchiato for everyone who mentions FoodeMag dxb when they order.
“A real hidden gem of a coffee shop with over 67 different coffee recipes on the menu – worth the trip to explore their interesting combinations – plenty of FREE parking seals the deal”
Café Society (Tamani Marina Hotel & Hotel apartments)
Coffee lovers can savour a cup of freshly brewed coffee from 8:30 am to 10:30 am on 30th September 2018 for free.
“Slightly earlier than most other celebrations (this is usually the US celebration date)”
Intersect by Lexus
3 – day Coffee Festival ~ 30th September – 2nd October (8am – 11am) ~ try complimentary samples of coffees, visuals and live demonstrations by the baristas. All guests will depart with a goodie bag filled with a “Coffee Experience” for at home.
Coffee : Rocket Fuel, Syphon, Aero Press and Cold Brew
“sounds like a great interactive experience with some great brewing techniques too”
1st October Buy one get one free on all coffees made with Grade One Jamaica Blue Mountain. One of the highest priced and sought after coffees in the world, drop in to our Lounge or our Boutique.
“Gorgeous coffee, I’m a huge fan of Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee! The lounge gets my vote for best location”
Park House ~ Nessnass Beach
Free coffee (to go or dine in) on 1st October from 7 am to 9pm .
“What better place to pick up a free coffee than next to the beach, it’s perfect weather. Enjoy x”
Gourmandises and Latitude 25
1st October ~ Celebrate with Coffee, Éclairs and Flowers at Gourmandises and Latitude 25. Flower workshop, complimentary selection of signature flavoured Éclairs, and illy coffee. Latte art and Hatty Pedder, coffee illustrator, will be painting portraits. (4 pm – 6 pm)
Coffee : illy
“What a fabulous event, getting a coffee illustration by Hatty Pedder has to be a win!”
All coffee roasts for 5/AED on Monday, 1 October (7 am to 8 pm) – Emaar Square and Marina Plaza
Latitude ~ Le Méridien Mina Seyahi
Effective 1st October, Latitude is introducing an ongoing offer featuring premium bottomless coffee and free wifi! Prices ~ AED28 for bottomless coffee or AED40 for bottomless coffee and a pastry.
Coffee : Illycaffè offering a premium quality blend of espresso, made using nine types of pure Arabica.
“Bottomless Coffee~ what more can I say”
1st October ~ Bring a friend along for a coffee. Buy one, get one free.
“wondering if my imaginary friend will work so I can get two” LOL On a serious note, they serve some gorgeous Specialty Coffee so they get my vote!
Deliveroo & Costa
1st October ~ Deliveroo is gifting 500 free coffees from Costa Coffee via Deliveroo app.
” free coffee delivered – sure this one will be popular so order early”
Arrows & Sparrows
And finally, just a few days after World Coffee Day, Arrows are Sparrows are celebrating their second year of business, are are giving away FREE coffee to customers on Thursday, October 4th between 8 am and 10 pm.
“What better way to celebrate someone else’s Birthday with free coffee – and close to my house too!”
International Coffee Day celebrates
Women in Coffee
“This year the focus is ‘Women in Coffee’. Women play as important a role in the whole of the coffee chain as men, from planting the seeds to processing to trading to brewing… and drinking it.
The idea for the 2018 campaign goes beyond paying homage to women! We want to highlight the need for equity and equality in the coffee sector, from bean to cup, and that can only be achieved by empowering women to the benefit of the whole coffee sector.
Last year’s celebrations were very successful with coffee events held in over 45 different countries across the globe. This year we want to do even better, so join in on this very important occasion to celebrate ‘Women in Coffee’!”
Source : International Coffee Day Org (www.internationalcoffeeday.org)
DID I MISS ANYTHING?
Drop me a line if you know of any other celebrations.