Check Out The Missouri History Museum Coffee Exhibit

Coffee: The World in Your Cup & St. Louis in Your Cup Exhibit Opens at the Missouri History Museum

Last week was a big week for coffee: there was National Coffee Day, a day dedicated to the beverage that many of us consider an essential part of the work day as well as the opening of a new exhibit called Coffee: The World in Your Cup & St. Louis in Your Cup at the Missouri History Museum:

Part traveling exhibition and part exhibition created by the Missouri History Museum, Coffee presents a unique experience for museum visitors. Roughly one third of the overall exhibit space consists of Coffee: The World in Your Cup, a traveling exhibition organized by the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle. The St. Louis in Your Cup portion of the exhibition, which encompasses the majority of the exhibit space, was researched and prepared by the Missouri History Museum staff, drawing from the organization’s own collection. Together, these two stories make up the 6,000 square foot exhibition that is Coffee: The World in Your Cup & St. Louis in Your Cup.

This exhibit is right up our alley. Anyone that follows Office Essentials knows that we are big believers in good coffee at work. And while we partner with many great coffee companies, one of our premier partnerships highlights the a St. Louis coffee company that is continuing this city’s tradition of great coffee: Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Company.

Here’s a look at the exhibit from KSDK.com:

Speaking of Coffee — here are 16 fun facts about coffee you may not know from Mental Floss. For example, did you know it would take over 70 cups of coffee to kill a 150-pound person? Check the rest of them out and wow your coworkers with your knowledge of useless facts.

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