Music & Coffee
Music & Coffee: A Perfect Pairing
There's something about coffee that just seems to go well with music. Maybe it's the caffeine giving us a boost of energy, or maybe it's the coffee's rich flavor that pairs so well with melodies. Whatever the reason, coffee and music have been linked together for centuries. In this blog post, we'll take a look at some of the most famous examples of coffee and music pairing up perfectly!
Coffeehouses were popular places for people to gather and listen to music in the 17th century. In the 18th century, coffeehouses became known as "penny universities" because people would go there to read and discuss news and ideas. Coffeehouses were also popular places for musicians to play. Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms all composed music for coffeehouses!
In the 20th century, coffeehouses became popular again as places for people to gather and listen to music. Bob Dylan got his start playing in coffeehouses in New York City and Jimi Hendrix was discovered while playing in a coffeehouse in London. Coffeehouses were also popular in the folk music scene in the 1960s.
Today, coffeehouses are still popular places for people to gather and listen to music. You can find live music any night of the week in coffeehouses all over the world. The coffeehouse vibe is perfect for listening to singer-songwriters, acoustic sets, and jazz.
And you don't have to leave your home to enjoy what music does for coffee and what coffee does for music. There are plenty of great coffeehouse albums that you can listen to while enjoying a cup of coffee. Some of our favorite vinyl's include Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue," Nina Simone's "Nina Simone at the Village Gate," and Bob Dylan's "Blood on the Tracks."
So next time you're looking for the perfect pairing for your coffee, try some music! Curl up with a delicious cup of The Great Coffee Project coffee and turn up the tunes! It might just be the perfect combination. Thanks for reading!