You socialize sharing a coffee. People say “let’s have coffee”, or “want a coffee?”. It doesn’t mean we have to actually get a coffee. It means “lets spend some time together”.
“Coffee for all” 2017 – 1h 9m HD
In Naples, Buenos Aires and New York, people reflect on the Neapolitan tradition of “suspended coffee” and how it changes their lives.
An eye-opening documentary that explores the role coffee plays in our lives and within society.
Coffee for All is a Netflix original that takes you around the world, exploring how coffee brings people together at all levels of society. Several interviews with farmers and their families depend on selling their crops to make a living; some earn enough money to send their children to school.
This fascinating documentary includes interviews with coffee growers, horticulturalists, and scientists that will answer some of your questions about the history and cultivation of this bean that we love so much. In addition to examining how coffee is grown and processed for our daily cup of joe, Coffee For All also takes a few looks at the impact coffee has had on the culture around the world.
From the “Rat Race” to Starbucks, this film will give you a new appreciation for coffee and the rich history that made it such an integral part of our lives. Coffee For All is an excellent documentary that gives you a solid understanding of all things coffee, including how to get your own home garden started with the plant.
This film will help you appreciate where your morning cup of joe comes from, and it also might make you more likely to purchase high-quality beans over cheaper alternatives in the future.