International Coffee Day in Sri Lanka

International Coffee Day is pointed at 29th of September, and this year the International Coffee Organization declared the day to be pointed at the 1st of October.  However, still the National Coffee Days may vary from country to country and when they want to celebrate the International Coffee Day. Every year around the world, and it’s too rare for anyone to miss all the interesting headlines on media about the coffee day. This includes interesting Information about the benefits of coffee to the history of coffee and details on how coffee houses will celebrate this day (with an array of promotions and deals).

Celebrations in Colombo

The international coffee day is celebrated in Sri Lanka this year. So if you are living in Sri Lanka, I believe this time around must have encountered some form of media about the International Coffee Day. Sri Lanka, with a growing community of coffee enthusiasts and rising number of coffee shops in Colombo and suburbs, has shown a good interest regarding the International Coffee Day. There was a good number of coffee-shops having various events and promotions. Some coffee shops were standing by the 29th September and extending their offers till 1st October and some declaring their offers on 1st October and extending further. This year there was the promising number of ‘buy one get one free’ offers and discounts on coffee drinks. These offers were happily indulged and liked by the Sri Lankan coffee enthusiasts.

I believe that next year onward 1st October might be the preferred day for Sri Lanka although it falls on the same day as kids day in Sri Lanka and internationally.  There may be plenty of opportunities to have bundled offers to celebrate both the occasions if one may choose to direct a promotion towards both segments.

Certain occasions while traveling outside the country I have been around some coffee shops which offered free coffee throughout the day on the coffee day.  It was a pleasant surprise although I didn’t find any free coffee in Sri Lanka, other than with breakfast, I’m optimistic on behalf of the coffee community that we might hear many great offers on this day in the future.

Meantime, at Colombo Coffee Club we celebrated the International Coffee day with a high note by revamping the Colombo Coffee Club website as part of our 2015 plan. And the Rype3 Digital & DevOps teams made it all possible with a lot of coffee and some strong magic and the new site went online on the 1st of October.

The site is now on and I warmly invite the Coffee Drinking Community to use this exclusive site which includes every bit of detail that you need to know about coffee shops and full review capability to add your review.

At Colombo Coffee Club, we continue to celebrate our love for good coffee.…

Decaf – Some Basic Information to Think About When Choosing Coffee

Decaf, or coffee of the decaf, is the coffee that contains less caffeine than of regular coffee. Caffeine was largely bound to the illnesses of heart in the past, but results of a study that have been published in 2005 revealed that to drink the coffee of the decaf can really increase the LDL cholesterol levels in the effect of the blood.

Caffeine on the body depends of several factors including use of some medicines, the health of a person’s liver and other. Caffeine is said to increase beating of the heat and breathing. It is why people with the illnesses of the heart are recommended to direct clear of drinks of the caffeinated. There is not any evidence, however, to conclude this consumption of caffeine can lead to the illnesses of heart. The ulcers have also been bound once to consumption of caffeine but tests proved that the caffeinated and coffee of the decaf aggravated ulcers.

Caffeine is absorbed by the body through the stomach and intestines. It has the effect on the body when it is again in the stream of blood. Coffee is treated by the liver and finally secreted in urine. A few of caffeine can also be excreted in the milk of the chest, saliva, and semen. With a good coffee, we need a good french press to make coffee.

Caffeine can be harmful when there is the overdose. The overdose of caffeine can lead to a headache, nausea, and insomnia. The extreme consumption can lead to delirium, light bursts and to sound in the ears. The people who got used to having a certain level of caffeine often in blood find it difficult to reduce their hold of caffeine. People the consumption of reducing caffeine feels a drop in tension. It can lead to a headache. Other feel fretfulness and restlessness.

Decaffeination of coffee is the process to remove caffeine of the green coffee beans. In Europe, the level for the caffeine-free coffee is the abduction if 99.9% of caffeine but for the other regions a 97% elimination of caffeine is enough. The process implies the steaming the beans and rinse them in an 8-12 solvent time. There are 400 chemical compounds in coffee and the decaffeination affects same one way or the other the chemical composition of coffee if it tries to remove caffeine only and to keep a lot of its chemical with difficulty make them up.

There are ways different from to decaffeinate coffee. A method has been invented by the Swiss water Decaffeinated the Company. In this coffee of the process is soaked in hot water that publishes the caffeine of coffee. After caffeine and coffee is published on water, water is filtered with carbon. The molecules of caffeine glue to the carbon that lets “caffeine-free water.”The coffee beans are added to the caffeine-free water and the process to soak the beans and to decaffeinate it is repeated this time only the beans won’t break because the and only caffeine is published in water. Another method implies to use chloride of the methylene or acetate of the ethyl as a solvent to extract very in first the caffeine.…