Spare a thought for the people who work in the canary coffee industry: If you work in a canary café, you might just be a canarian.
According to a recent article in USA Today, a small handful of coffee shops in the U.S. are actually canary Islands.
“Canary Islands are the most common coffee shop names in the country, with up to one in four establishments having at least one canary in its name,” the article states.
“And although they’re often associated with green beans, they’re also a source of coffee beans in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia.”
Canary coffee has a long and complicated history.
Its origin lies in the Americas, where coffee was first made and sold as a beverage in the 16th century.
The name came from the “canary,” which is the sign of a good crop.
In the 1800s, the canaries were considered pests, and the coffee was sold in canary boxes and sealed in tin cans.
However, the coffee industry suffered a massive economic downturn in the mid-20th century, which resulted in an influx of Americans to the coffee shops.
The influx caused the coffee-selling businesses to lose their cachet, and eventually, their owners.
A lot of canary Island coffee shops, like The Canary, have since been destroyed by fire.
The coffee is then processed into a form known as “crispy,” or “saucy,” beans.
This processed coffee is used for both espresso and coffee mugs.
Canary Island Coffee Co. has had a long history.
In fact, many of the owners of the small coffee shops have been working in the industry since the 1960s.
“There are about 150 coffee shops all across the United States,” Canary Island Co. owner Dave Smith said.
“A lot more than I would think, but I think there’s about 20 or 25 that have been around for a long time.”
Smith said the canarian coffee industry thrives in rural areas and is a “very good business.”
“The people that make the coffee and sell it to people all over the country are very good people,” Smith said, adding that his own family owns two canary cafes in the small town of Lakeview, Ohio.
Smith said that while he’s not interested in owning a canar, he plans to continue in the business for as long as he can.
“It’s a very good business,” he said.