From Worldly Pictogram Posters to Yawn-Activated Vending Machines

 - May 21, 2014
Around the world coffee culture can look different. In the Western world, for example, Starbucks, early mornings and hipsters might come to mind. There are a variety of innovative products that exist that reflect coffee culture and java's place in our everyday lives.

Hipsters are known for enjoying high quality beans and spending lots of time in cafes. Whether these cafes are for cats or are instituting clever environmental initiatives, coffee shops play an enormous part in coffee culture. For some people, caffeine is an essential part of their morning routine, which is where time saving devices and apps come in. Many of these items relate to biking, for people who prefer their coffee to go. Lots of comparative charts also exist, from personality diagnosis based on coffee preferences to consumption statistics.