National Coffee Day in Brazil
National Coffee Day in Brazil is held on May 24. This event in the third decade of the month May is annual. Help us
80% of Brazil’s coffee is Arabica, which grows best between 1,800 and 3,600ft. Brazilian coffee is known for its clear, sweet, medium-bodied, low-acid qualities. Brazil is the world's second largest consumer of coffee. Children are widely given coffee at school to help increase domestic consumption within Brazil. Some experts predict Brazil soon will oust the U.S. as the world's largest coffee-consuming market.
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International Chardonnay Day on May 23 (Celebrated on the Thursday before U.S. Memorial Day each year thanks to the creator Rick Bakas);
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Urbanas Day in Latvia on May 25 (Urbanas diena - an ancient tradition-festival. The date was considered the most successful day for growing oats, barley, flax and cucumbers)