Organo Gold is proud to be a part of the modern coffee culture experience. Founded over 10 years ago, the rapidly growing company spreads coffee and tea product infused with Ganoderma lucidum to consumers all over the world. This is how it all goes down. They have independent distributors in over 45 countries. Not only do they make this Chinese fungus infused coffee and tea product, but they also make nutraceuticals and personal care items too. They are a growing part of coffee culture that inhabits our world today.
Coffee Culture has changed a lot since it started. It may be interesting to know that is started in New York City, in Greenwich Village. This was back in the 60’s/ It was only in the 1980’s that it moved cross country to the West Coast where coffee culture is culturally seen. To look closer at coffee culture, first we have to define it. It is a place, socially, that completely surrounds everything coffee related. More so now than ever, coffee shops are the most appropriate atmosphere where people get together and drink coffee.
There are so many ways to participate in coffee culture. You can visit your local coffee house, go to a big coffee chain like Starbucks, or make a great cup of coffee at home. Back in the 1990’s coffee brands like Folgers and Maxwell House was the at-home coffee drinkers coffee of choice. Things got a little more complicated from there. Here’s where cappuccinos, mochas, blended coffees, and ice coffees come in. You can flavor them with any variety of syrups like vanilla, hazelnut, or even salted caramel. Then there was instant coffee that you could just stir it in water, and it would dissolve completely. Now there is so much variety to pick from. There are local roasters who have really brought their A-game. You can have just about any kind of quality coffee you desire at any time.