In this list we have gathered the top coffee quotes in the same place for you. Whether you are just about to drink your morning coffee or looking for inspiration regarding coffee, this list was made just for you! From this list you will find many great quotes about having drinking coffee and what kind of role coffee plays in the daily lifes of humans. Many quotes on this list are a product of the passion people have towards coffee, as many books and statements regarding coffee have been written since people adopted the habit of drinking their daily cup(s) of coffee to feel refreshed and energetic. The list has been organized with the very best coffee quotes on the top, as all the quotes are ranked by votes. If you find your favourite coffee quote missing from this list, please feel free to add and vote it up to share it with fellow fans looking for caffeinated inspiration!
“A good cup of coffee makes life seem better.” ― Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels
“Having charged your heart and brain with a cup of coffee, you’re ready to face the challenges of life.” ― Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels
“The Lord must have created coffee to reward humans for those bad times they sometimes have on Earth. Having charged your heart and brain with a cup of coffee, you’re ready to face the challenges of life. A good cup of coffee makes life seem better.” ― Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels
“The Lord must have created coffee to reward humans for those bad times they sometimes have on Earth.” ― Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels
“If drinking alcohol gives people Dutch courage, then drinking coffee gives me Dutch energy.” ― Stewart Stafford
“Let me wake up next to you, have coffee in the morning and wander through the city with your hand in mine, and I’ll be happy for the rest of my fucked up little life.” ― Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps
“Coffee is a way of stealing time that should by rights belong to your older self.” ― Terry Pratchett, Thud!
“The powers of a man’s mind are directly proportioned to the quantity of coffee he drinks.” ― Sir James Mackintosh
“What do you want?”
“Just coffee. Black – like my soul.” ― Cassandra Clare, City of Bones
“As long as there was coffee in the world, how bad could things be?” ― Cassandra Clare, City of Ashes
“I’d rather take coffee than compliments just now.” ― Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
“It is inhumane, in my opinion, to force people who have a genuine medical need for coffee to wait in line behind people who apparently view it as some kind of recreational activity.” ― Dave Barry
“Black as night, sweet as sin.” ― Neil Gaiman, Anansi Boys
“No matter what historians claimed, BC really stood for “Before Coffee.” ― Cherise Sinclair, Master of the Mountain
“Just the other day, I was in my neighborhood Starbucks, waiting for the post office to open. I was enjoying a chocolatey cafe mocha when it occurred to me that to drink a mocha is to gulp down the entire history of the New World. From the Spanish exportation of Aztec cacao, and the Dutch invention of the chemical process for making cocoa, on down to the capitalist empire of Hershey, PA, and the lifestyle marketing of Seattle’s Starbucks, the modern mocha is a bittersweet concoction of imperialism, genocide, invention, and consumerism served with whipped cream on top.” ― Sarah Vowell
“Even bad coffee is better than no coffee at all.” ― David Lynch
“I don’t really like coffee, she said, but I don’t really like it when my head hits my desk when I fall asleep either. ” ― Brian Andreas
“Adventure in life is good; consistency in coffee even better.” ― Justina Chen Headley, North of Beautiful
“There are those who love to get dirty and fix things. They drink coffee at dawn, beer after work. And those who stay clean, just appreciate things. At breakfast they have milk and juice at night. There are those who do both, they drink tea.” ― Gary Snyder
“Police work wouldn’t be possible without coffee,” Wallander said.
“No work would be possible without coffee.”
They pondered the importance of coffee in silence.” ― Henning Mankell, One Step Behind
“It doesn’t matter where you’re from – or how you feel… There’s always peace in a strong cup of coffee.” ― Gabriel Bá, Daytripper
“I like my coffee with cream and my literature with optimism.” ― Abigail Reynolds, Pemberley by the Sea
“This is like a cookie, it tastes like a cookie having sex with a doughnut.” ― Daniel Handler, Why We Broke Up
“That’s what I do: I make coffee and occasionally succumb to suicidal nihilism. But you shouldn’t worry — poetry is still first. Cigarettes and alcohol follow” ― Anne Sexton
“The joke was that President Bush only declared war when Starbucks was hit. You can mess with the U.N. all you want, but when you start interfering with the right to get caffeinated, someone has to pay.” ― Chris Kyle, American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History
“The morning cup of coffee has an exhilaration about it which the cheering influence of the afternoon or evening cup of tea cannot be expected to reproduce.” ― Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.
“The next thing I remembered was Reyes smiling down at me as the sun filtered into his apartment, his hair mussed, his lids hooded with the thick remnants of sleep. I stretched as those three little words that every girl longs to hear slipped from his mouth with effortless ease. As though they did every day. As though they didn’t mean the world to me.
With one corner of his mouth tipping sensually, he asked, “Want some coffee?”
And I fell.
I fell hard.” ― Darynda Jones, Sixth Grave on the Edge
“I brought you some coffee.” he held out the cup but she waved it away.
“I hate that stuff. It tastes like feet.”
At that he smiled. “How would you know what feet taste like?”
“I just know.”
-Luke and Clary, pg.209-” ― Cassandra Clare, City o`f Ashes
“Black as the devil, hot as hell, pure as an angel, sweet as love.”― Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord
“The fresh smell of coffee soon wafted through the apartment, the smell that separates night from day.” ― Haruki Murakami, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage
“Coffee is a lot more than just a drink; it’s something happening. Not as in hip, but like an event, a place to be, but not like a location, but like somewhere within yourself. It gives you time, but not actual hours or minutes, but a chance to be, like be yourself, and have a second cup” ― Gertrude Stein, Selected Writings
“I don’t know where my ideas come from. I will admit, however, that one key ingredient is caffeine. I get a couple cups of coffee into me and weird things just start to happen.” ― Gary Larson
“He mulled that over. “Sheriff Connally woulda let us shoot ’em.”
I reached over and took his coffee away from him. “Yep. Lucian probably would have done the job himself, but we’re living in more enlightened times.” I drained his cup and handed it back with a smile. “Ain’t it grand?” ― Craig Johnson, The Cold Dish
What?” I lowered my cup hastily, wondering if maybe there was a stray hair, or worse, a newly boiled bug inside my cup.
You got to smell it first. It’s the proper way to cup coffee.”
What? Are you the coffee police or something?” ― Justina Chen Headley, North of Beautiful
“Right,” Holden said. “No coffee. This is a terrible, terrible planet.” ― James S.A. Corey, Cibola Burn
“Pretending to drink coffee was similar to faking an orgasm.” ― Darynda Jones, First Grave on the Right
“You wanna-I dunno-get coffee or something sometime?”
Justin smiled “Not coffee. But yes.”
“Not Coffee it is, then.”
“Yes, Not Coffee.” ― David Levithan, How They Met, and Other Stories
“But there are people who take salt with their coffee. They say it gives a tang, a savour, which is peculiar and fascinating. In the same way there are certain places, surrounded by a halo of romance, to which the inevitable disillusionment you experience on seeing them gives a singular spice. You had expected something wholly beautiful and you get an impression which is infinitely more complicated than any that beauty can give you. It is the weakness in the character of a great man which may make him less admirable but certainly more interesting.
Nothing had prepared me for Honolulu…” ― W. Somerset Maugham
“i don’t know. i don’t care. all i know is when you pay for something that’s supposed to give you a cup of coffee, you deserve to get your fucking cup of coffee.” ― Jodi Picoult, My Sister’s Keeper
“American coffee can be a pale solution served at a temperature of 100
degrees centigrade in plastic thermos cups, usually obligatory in railroad
stations for purposes of genocide, whereas coffee made with an American
percolator, such as you find in private houses or in humble luncheonettes,
served with eggs and bacon, is delicious, fragrant, goes down like pure
spring water, and afterwards causes severe palpitations, because one cup
contains more caffeine than four espressos.” ― Umberto Eco, How to Travel with a Salmon and Other Essays
“His smile was like a Dylan album and a cup of coffee on a sunny afternoon” ― Jen Archer Wood, Point Pleasant
“Either way, he figured a cup of coffee would hit the spot. For what is more versatile? As at home in tin as it is in Limoges, coffee can energize the industrious at dawn, calm the reflective at noon, or raise the spirits of the beleagured in the middle of the night.” ― Amor Towles, A Gentleman in Moscow
“Coffee, unless it is very good and made by somebody else, is pretty intolerable at any time.” ― Iris Murdoch, The Sea, The Sea
“Looks like I missed a party. Good. I wasn’t really in the mood to off demons this evening. Haven’t had my coffee yet. (Jared)
You drink coffee? (Stryker)
No, but it was my pathetic attempt at humor. (Jared)” ― Sherrilyn Kenyon, One Silent Night
“She was made mostly of coffee and empty spaces.” ― Adelise M. Cullens, Dead Bunnies Make All Eight Of Me Cry
“I never said I liked coffee better than sex. I said I’d had it more.” ― Kevin Sinnott
“Somehow, the Good Lord don’t want to see no man start a cold morning with just black coffee.” ― Robert Newton Peck, A Day No Pigs Would Die
“It’s over,” Keelie said
Too bad. But I want you to know, I will always love you.”
She narrowed her eyes and said, “When you look at me and say that, are you thinking of Dolly Parton or Whitney Houston?”
Burt Reynolds,” he said.
She nearly spit out her coffee when she laughed, then she said, “That almost makes me want to try again.” ― Becky Cochrane, A Coventry Christmas
“How many of us have lately taken the time out to look at the sky; marvel at the clouds; smell the flowers; or smelt the fresh scent of rain; bought a stranger a cup of tea or coffee; given our time to help another; or just taken time out to sit and watch people rush hither and tither; said “I love you”; smiled at a complete stranger; joined in with kids from the street to play a game?
Sadly, I would have to say….not many.
It’s sad….” ― Anthony T.Hincks
“Good morning, sunshine,” he said, his smile quickly disappearing in the face of her murderous glance when she raised her face to look at him.
“Shut up and die, morning person. Coffee,” she mumbled.
Right. Note to self. Mate was not a morning person. He poured a cup of coffee and placed it on the table near her hand along with the sweetener and cream. He watched as she poured three packets of Equal into the coffee with her forehead still on the table. He looked on in amazement as she felt around and unscrewed the cap to the cream before dousing the dark liquid. She stirred for a second before dragging the cup to her lips. After a few sips she was able to lift her head. By the time she had finished half a cup she was sitting upright. When she finished the cup, her eyes were open and she was looking around.
“You need to be a coffee commercial,” Connor said, staring at his mate.”― Alanea Alder, Fated Surrender
“This coffee falls into your stomach, and straightway there is a general commotion. Ideas begin to move like the battalions of the Grand Army on the battlefield, and the battle takes place. Things remembered arrive at full gallop, ensign to the wind. The light cavalry of comparisons deliver a magnificent deploying charge, the artillery of logic hurry up with their train and ammunition, the shafts of wit start up like sharpshooters. Similes arise, the paper is covered with ink; for the struggle commences and is concluded with torrents of black water, just as a battle with powder.” ― Honoré de Balzac
“I sipped my own coffee, heavy on the sugar and cream, trying to make up for the late work the night before. Caffeine and sugar, the two basic food groups.” ― Laurell K. Hamilton, Cerulean Sins
“Never say no to coffee” ― Cesar
“Oh and P.S.? I am in dire need of more coffee. Industrial strength.”
“But we’re going to sleep soon,” I say.
“I know.” Laila shudders. “Addiction is a bitch.” ― Susane Colasanti, When It Happens
“Fueled by my inspiration, I ran across the room to steal the cup of coffee the bookshelf had taken prisoner. Lapping the black watery brew like a hyena, I tossed the empty cup aside. I then returned to the chair to continue my divine act of creation. Hot blood swished in my head as my mighty pen stole across the page.” ― Roman Payne, Rooftop Soliloquy
“There were some problems only coffee and ice cream could fix.” ― Amal El-Mohtar, Steam-Powered: Lesbian Steampunk Stories
“I decide to turn to my old faithful solution to all that is wrong in life. Coffee.” ― Lisa Renee Jones, If I Were You
“The challenge lies in knowing how to bring this sort of day to a close. His mind has been wound to a pitch of concentration by the interactions of the office. Now there are only silence and the flashing of the unset clock on the microwave. He feels as if he had been playing a computer game which remorselessly tested his reflexes, only to have its plug suddenly pulled from the wall. He is impatient and restless, but simultaneously exhausted and fragile. He is in no state to engage with anything significant. It is of course impossible to read, for a sincere book would demand not only time, but also a clear emotional lawn around the text in which associations and anxieties could emerge and be disentangled. He will perhaps only ever do one thing well in his life.
For this particular combination of tiredness and nervous energy, the sole workable solution is wine. Office civilisation could not be feasible without the hard take-offs and landings effected by coffee and alcohol.” ― Alain de Botton, The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work
“I need COFFEE to help me change the things I can… and WINE to help me accept the things I can’t!” ― Tanya Masse
“The relationship between a perfect cup of coffee and a writer is just like the couple who always standby and feel proud of being committed to each other.” ― Himmilicious
“Sure some medical experts say coffee could be a health hazard, but they obviously never built a web site before!” ― Geoff Blake, Ten Ton Dreamweaver
“6 months, 2 weeks, 4 days,
and I still don’t know which month it was then
or what day it is now.
Blurred out lines
lost to love.” ― Charlotte Eriksson
“I snatched up the cardboard cup, plastered my lips to the plastic sippy-lid and sucked down a scalding hot mouthful. It burned, but I didn’t give a damn. I held the cup to my chest as if it were my most special friend while feeling the instant affect the coffee had on my mood and I smiled. “Hello lover.” ― Ethan Day, Life in Fusion
“Bob poured and brought two cups over, hardly rattling them on the saucers. “Drink up. This should restore your inner bitch.” Bailey scowled at him. “See?” he said. “It’s working already, and all you’ve had is fumes.” ― Mark All, Mystic Witch
“After a geological epoch passed in which single-celled organisms evolved into talk show hosts, Mr. Coffee was still holding out on me.” ― Darynda Jones
“The philosopher Sir James Mackintosh had said that the powers of a man’s mind were proportionate to the quantity of coffee he drank, and Voltaire had knocked back fifty cups of it a day, so Ianto reckoned there had to be something in it. And saving Cardiff from the kinds of things that came through the Rift called for quick, inspired thinking, so Ianto took it upon himself to make sure the coffee was good. Ianto Jones, saving the world with a dark roast.” ― Phil Ford
“If … you are looking for a large dose of truth with some all too human foibles and faults and long nights of coffee drenched brains and frequent trips to the bathroom then this book is for you.” ― Leviak B. Kelly, Religion: The Ultimate STD: Living a Spiritual Life without Dogmatics or Cultural Destruction
“Stencil had called from a Hungarian coffee shop on York Avenue known as Hungarian Coffee Shop” ― Thomas Pynchon, V.
“Once Mo had closed the gates, he returned to his little stone hut, and his half-eaten sandwich of butter and canned sardines, and his mug of thick hot chocolate, which every night he poured carefully into a thermos labeled COFFEE.” ― Lauren Oliver, Liesl & Po
“Coffee is a kind of magic you can drink.” ― Catherynne M. Valente, The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There
“They can kill the Kennedys. Why can’t they make a cup of coffee that tastes good?” ― John Swartzwelder
“A real prison breakfast” I said.
“Yeah, but we are free.”
And that summed it up.” ― Patti Smith, Just Kids
“Coffee is liquid cigarette.” ― Bryanna Reid, Boyle stories. Chat about nothig
“I don’t just sip my coffee.
I kiss it!” ― Anthony T.Hincks
“It’s when I sip coffee that I know that I can handle anything that life can throw at me.” ― Anthony T.Hincks
“A cup of gourmet coffee shared with a friend is happiness tasted and time well spent.” ― Unknown Author
“Cappuccino is sex in a cup.” ― Anthony T.Hincks
“Coffee became one of life’s necessities when love was invented.” ― Anthony T.Hincks
“From the first cup of coffee in the morning
to playing in the sheets at night, I choose you to be by my side.” ―
“I don’t drink coffee I take tea my dear
I like my toast done on one side …”
(Englishman in New York)” ― Sting, Nothing Like the Sun
“There has never been a ‘war on drugs’! In our history we can only see an ongoing conflict amongst various drug users – and producers. In ancient Mexico the use of alcohol was punishable by death, while the ritualistic use of mescaline was highly worshipped. In 17th century Russia, tobacco smokers were threatened with mutilation or decapitation, alcohol was legal. In Prussia, coffee drinking was prohibited to the lower classes, the use of tobacco and alcohol was legal.” ― Sebastian Marincolo
“For more than three decades, coffee has captured my imagination because it is a beverage about individuals as well as community. A Rwandan farmer. Eighty roast masters at six Starbucks plants on two continents. Thousands of baristas in 54 countries. Like a symphony, coffee’s power rests in the hands of a few individuals who orchestrate its appeal. So much can go wrong during the journey from soil to cup that when everything goes right, it is nothing short of brilliant! After all, coffee doesn’t lie. It can’t. Every sip is proof of the artistry — technical as well as human — that went into its creation.” ― Howard Schultz, Onward: How Starbucks Fought for Its Life without Losing Its Soul
“Tea is certainly as much of a social drink as coffee, and more domestic, for the reason that the teacup hours are the family hours.”
” ― Arthur Gray, Little Tea Book
“The drinking of coffee is an absolute sin! Our Glorious Prophet did not partake of coffee because he knew it dulled the intellect, caused ulcers, hernia and sterility; he understood that coffee was nothing but the Devil’s ruse.” ― Orhan Pamuk, My Name Is Red
“ Safety first!
Just kidding. Coffee first, Safety’s, like , third or fourth.
-MEME” ― Darynda Jones, Summoned to Thirteenth Grave
“I cleaned the shit off my pink high-tops and drove home, stopping for an espresso at the coffeehouse across from the college. Men and women were hunched over copies of Jean Paul Sartre and writing in their journals. Most wore the thin-rimmed tortoiseshell glasses favored by intellectuals. Their clothes were faded to a precisely fashionable degree; you can buy them that way from catalogs now, new clothes processed to look old. The intellectuals looked at me in my overalls the way such people inevitably look at farmers.
I dumped a lot of sugar in my espresso and sipped it delicately at a corner table near the door. I looked at them the way farmers look at intellectuals.” ― Mary Rose O’Reilley
“I shall mention in passing just one example of a gift from the Arabs that I for one am rather grateful for: coffee — especially as it was originally banned in Europe as a ‘Muslim drink.” ― Jim Al-Khalili
“Whoever had opened that first Starbucks in Seattle should be shot.” ― Virna DePaul, Shades of Desire
“I ordered my favorite drink; vanilla iced blended coffee with whipped cream and caramel sauce on top. The whipped cream and caramel sauce were the best. Usually when no one was watching, I would lick the inside of the lid to get every last drop of the addictive syrup. Once, my dad caught me doing this and started laughing. I’d gotten caramel plastered over my nose. If Colt had ever seen me do this, I would never live it down. Glancing around, I indulged shamelessly and grinned.” -Cheyenne” ― Lisa Wiedmeier, Cheyenne
“I love that there’s such a rivalry. It’s like, leaf water versus bean water, ya know? – Charlie” ― Robyn Schneider, Extraordinary Means
“Me invitó a café, la nueva infusión que, procedente de Turquía, se hace cada vez más popular y causa furor en toda Europa. […] Es un líquido intensamente negro, muy aromático, con un sabor amargo que puede ser amortiguado añadiéndole azúcar.” ― Antonio Cavanillas De Blas, El médico de Flandes
“Pretty quickly, I stopped seeing the company as an engine of community. Instead, I saw it as a mythmaker offering only an illusion of belonging and meeting its customers’ desire for connections in form, maybe, but surely not in substance. Once I came to this conclusion, I started to dig deeper into the company’s other promises–great working conditions, musical discovery, fair treatment of farmer, and concern for the environment. Every time I went excavating, the stories turned out to be more complex, more heavily edited, and more ambiguous than I had first thought. Each time, it became clear that Starbucks fulfilled its many promises only in the thinnest, most transitory of ways and that people’s desires went largely unfulfilled.” ― Bryant Simon, Everything but the Coffee: Learning about America from Starbucks
“Dengan memagut secangkir kopi, aku berlindung dari godaan kesepian yang merasuk.” ― Ilham Gunawan
“Nothing says, “You’re a man!” more than coffee & cake.” ― Anthony T.Hincks
“Denn eine Sache ist, daß der Kaffee gut ist, eine andere, daß man sich das nicht ohne weiteres als selbstverständlich anmerken lassen darf.” ―
“Kopi dan perempuan, mereka saudara kembar. Dua-duanya keras kepala perihal rasa.” ― Ilham Gunawan
“If it wasn’t for coffee the day would be full of regrets.” ― Anthony T. Hincks
“If you feel a need to get wired, take my advice. Loud, fast music coupled with strong, black coffee is the best way to go.” ― Lou Brutus
“Without coffee, how would romance wake up in the morning?” ― Anthony T. Hincks
“Coffee tables have an essence that’s all their very own.” ― Anthony T. Hincks