Coffee Shops: The Evolution Of Coffee Culture

Maggie Kimberl  |

When was the last time you went to a coffee shop? Chances are it has been pretty recently. The way that people are drinking coffee these days is changing, but the coffee shop has been a constant for generations. It's a "third place" that isn't your home or your office, although some people are starting to treat it like an office. Coffee is an important part of our culture and of our daily lives - coffee meetings are taking the place of cocktail meetings and even just hanging out with your friends at home. Learn more about the evolution of coffee culture from this infographic.

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