By Melissa J. Pugash
Coffee is all about enjoyment — as coffee enthusiasts, we appreciate our favorite elixir for its delicious flavor, aroma, deep brown color, and pleasant mouthfeel.
Did you know you can enhance your sensory experience with the pleasure of coffee-themed music? Whether your taste leans toward jazz, Broadway show tunes, rock, or classical music, here are a few songs (available for purchase on iTunes) to perk up your day.
You’re the Cream In My Coffee / Marlene Dietrich / Vocal
The Coffee Song (They’ve Got An Awful Lot Of Coffee In Brazil) / Frank Sinatra The Essential Frank Sinatra: The Columbia Years / Easy Listening
Couleur Café /Serge Gainsbourg Couleur Café / World Music
One More Cup of Coffee / Bob Dylan / Rock’n’Roll
Coffee / Susanne Vogt Band / Jazz
Coffee In a Cardboard Cup / Mandy Patinkin John Kander / Broadway Show Tunes
Coffee Shop Nights / David Hyde Pierce & Debra Monk Curtains (Original Broadway Cast) / Broadway Show Tunes
Black Coffee (Single Version) Peggy Lee / Vocal
Java Jive / The Puppini Sisters Betcha Bottom Dollar / Vocal
One More Cup of Coffee / Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley / Reggae
The Nutcracker, Op. 71a Act II: Scene 12: Coffee: Arabian Dance / London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Charles Mackerras / Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / Classical
Bach Coffee Cantata / Classical
Melissa J. Pugash is a coffee and tea industry leader with 29 years’ of combined marketing communications and business development experience in the beverage sector. A two-time Specialty Coffee Association of America award-winner, she provides senior executives with the US and global market insights they need to make sound, strategic decisions and effectively build their brands. She prefers her coffee black and her music loud. She can be reached in Los Angeles at firstname.lastname@example.org