179 Inspiring Quotes about Coffee

Are you looking for inspirational quotes about coffee? Inspiring Lizard has got you covered! In this article we present the 179 most beautiful coffee quotes we could find. Let’s get inspired!

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Had I known that coffee could taste so good, I would have gotten drunk on it every day.

— Rabih Alameddine

I have measured out my life with coffee spoons.

— T. S. Eliot

It’s frustrating to witness how popular Fairtrade bananas, coffee and tea have become with shoppers and supermarkets while plenty of unfair trade goes on, largely unnoticed, in our own back yard.

— Rose Prince

Do you know how many calories are in butter and cheese and ice cream? Would you get your dog up in the morning for a cup of coffee and a donut?

— Jack LaLanne

You could sit in there all day drinking coffee and they never asked you to leave no matter how bad you looked. They just asked the bums not to bring their wine and drink it there. Places like that gave you hope when there wasn´t much hope.

— Charles Bukowski, Ham on Rye

The coffee was never served. It boiled over, spattered them all, and wet a costly tablecloth and the baroness’s dress. But it served the end that was desired for it gave rise to many jests and merry peals of laughter.

— Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

Pretend you’re not spending $3 to read one of my books but buying me a coffee and having a conversation about yourself.

— Robin Sacredfire

The sun was already long past the spire when Garrick purchased a mug of coffee from his regular man on the tip of Oxford Street. But his palate had been educated by 21st century coffee, and he judged this mug as bilge water not fit for the Irish.

— Eoin Colfer, The Reluctant Assassin

Always choose the adventure … unless, it’s chilly outside and there’s a cup of warm coffee resting near a book and comfy sofa.

— Barbara Brooke

I have a strong theory that you can tell a lot about someone by their coffee order.

— Emmie Lee Dean

Locking everyone up is not the solution, ‘ she sighs, staring into a cup of coffee gone cold as The Box at Juvenile Hall. ‘It’s just the symptom of the problem. It’s the proof that we’re doing something wrong.

— Edward Humes, No Matter How Loud I Shout: A Year in the Life of Juvenile Court

But I think tackling prejudices is as important as offering shelter.”AdvertisementSimpson said she planned to encourage the Syrian women to have a coffee with their female neighbours.

— Steven Morris

I like coffee in the morning and decaf green tea throughout the day… When I was younger and modeling, to kick-start a diet I would do a juice cleanse.

— Christie Brinkley

Went to get coffee today-opened my change purse. Sea shells fell out. Barista goes “Sorry, we only take cash or credit.” So there’s that.

— Taylor Swift

I remember the lights turning into blurs of blazing fire. I remember the air-conditioning chilling my arms. The smell of coffee smudging into the smell of eucalyptus.

— Lucy Christopher, Stolen: A Letter to My Captor

I wake up some mornings and sit and have my coffee and look out at my beautiful garden, and I go, ‘Remember how good this is. Because you can lose it.’

— Jim Carrey

Where was this written? I wondered. Where in the Talmud or the Koran or the Bible did it say, “Lo, and Satan fetcheth the coffee for the Antichrist and her minions”?

— Lyda Morehouse, Apocalypse Array

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

Three weeks hadn’t changed Cop Central. The coffee was still poisonous, the noise abominable, and the view out of her stingy window was still miserable.She was thrilled to be back.

— J.D. Robb, Rapture in Death

I never trust a man who tucks in his shirt by choice or neglects coffee in favor of tea.

— Brian D’Ambrosio

Three eggs two slices of toast a cup of coffee an episode of Mr. Ed. A Violin and a bowl of fruit what else does a man need?

— Stanley Victor Paskavich

Life isn’t sugarcoated. Why should coffee be?

— Tommy Wallach, Thanks for the Trouble

The kiss is different than I expected. It’s slow and tender, his lips soft and warm against mine. He tastes sweet, like the powdered sugar I spilt and the coffee with chicory he’s always drinking. It’s a perfect first kiss.

— D.L. Hess, Sir

For as long as she could remember, she had thought that autumn air went well with books, that the two both somehow belonged with blankets, comfortable armchairs, and big cups of coffee or tea.

— Katarina Bivald, The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend

She was made mostly of coffee and empty spaces.

— Adelise M. Cullens, Dead Bunnies Make All Eight Of Me Cry

For I have known them all already, known them all—Have known the evenings, mornings, afternoons, I have measured out my life with coffee spoons.

— T.S. Eliot, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock and Others

Our culture runs on coffee and gasoline, the first often tasting like the second.

— Edward Abbey, Down the River

Life without books, chocolate & coffee is just useless.

— Nadun Lokuliyanage

Everything about her always seemed to dance. Her lips as she spoke, her eyes as she laughed, even her hands as she made the cup of coffee I just ordered.

— Holli True, Reckless

I like my coffee black, my beer from Germany, wine from Burgundy, the darker, the better. I like my heroes complicated and brooding, James Dean in oiled leather, leaning on a motorcycle. You know the color. (“Ode to Chocolate”)

— Barbara Crooker, More

I have to have coffee in the morning.

— Olivia Culpo

And like that, I said goodbye to my grandmother like we were two people who met in a coffee shop, shared a lifetime of stories and left wanting more, but knowing we’d meet there again.

— Darnell Lamont Walker

Dragos reached for his coffee cup. “You are always going to be one of my highest priorities.

— Thea Harrison, Liam Takes Manhattan

I set the coffee aside and got a cup of water instead. I could never see why people drank that stuff. It tasted like soil boiled in mud, wit a topping of dirt.

— Brandon Sanderson, Calamity

I eliminated coffee and fish from my diet. The pesticides in coffee and fish, as well as the mercury in the latter, are considered possible contributors to birth defects in fetal tissue.

— Constance Marie

To increase the value of your day, add some love and gratitude to your coffee and some kindness to your dinner.

— Debasish Mridha

I like to go to Starbucks and watch the intellectuals. I observe them and their intellectualness. They in turn observe me drinking coffee and being a creeper.

— Ryan Lilly, Write like no one is reading

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

Mindful Monday Humans, May your coffee kick in before reality does.

— Napz Cherub Pellazo

If you can put this book down, it means you need more coffee and less sleep. After all, sleep is for the weak which is why I get 8 hours every night and 2 hours during the day and drink de-cafe.

— Leviak B. Kelly, Religion: The Ultimate STD: Living a Spiritual Life without Dogmatics or Cultural Destruction

I like to sit down, relax, have a cup of coffee on the terrace and read a book. I like to travel the world – and I’m lucky to see so much through cycling.

— Marianne Vos

I’m a traditionalist, so for me, black coffee is cool.

— Graham Elliot

Who needs coffee when you have passion?

— Rob Liano

Suddenly finding it hard to breathe. It wasn’t because his grip was too tight, mind you. It was just the sudden proximity. And he smelled so good, the scent of fresh coffee and rain clinging to his skin as he leaned in.

— J.M. Richards, Tall, Dark Streak of Lightning

I sat down on the sofa, surrounded by years of coffee rings and sandwich stains. If the police ever did a DNA test on this sofa, it would be ninety per cent disappointment.

— Danny Wallace

When you’re passionate about something, you don’t need coffee or an energy drink to get you moving.

— Rob Liano

How could it be that I wanted those scary narrow streets and books and coffee shops for her so much more than she wanted them for herself?

— Rufi Thorpe, The Girls from Corona del Mar

Sorry is the Kool-Aid of human emotions. It’s what you say when you spill a cup of coffee or throw a gutter ball when you’re bowling with the girls in the league. True sorrow is as rare as true love.

— Stephen King, Carrie

Where did you find construction guys swapping dirty jokes in proto-Númenorean?” Aura asked.“On construction sites. Is that coffee ready?

— John Barnes, Raise the Gipper!

In the world of Big Macks Starbucks coffee and oversized SUVS it was business as usual snort and go

— Saira Viola, Crack Apple And Pop!

His smile was like a Dylan album and a cup of coffee on a sunny afternoon

— Jen Archer Wood, Point Pleasant

Interpreting dreams for Iranians was just as much a sacrament as reading coffee cups was for Turks

— Soroosh Shahrivar, The Rise of Shams

Every morning, sweeten your coffee with some love and you will sweeten your day with happiness.

— Debasish Mridha

A bachelor is a man who has to know how to remove a coffee stain from a catsup stain from a silk tie.

— Dan Bennett

I love the smell of coffee when I wake up in the morning. It gives me the awesome feeling of hope!

— Avijeet Das

I have a strong theory that you can tell a lot about someone by their coffee order

— Emmie Lee Dean

So, I poisoned his coffee this morning and watched him drink it.

— A.F. Stewart, Killers and Demons II: They Return

Choice-Judgement.Black coffee acidon an empty stomach.Perception.Cool, clear water.

— Keelie Breanna

Even a cup of coffee tastes so much sweeter because you’ve come once again out of the, literally, out of the edge of death, and that’s the condition I suppose that a lot of artists and writers would like to be in.

— Christopher Koch

I wish I was a cool guy and could drink coffee black, but I put almond milk and raw cane sugar in it.

— Nick Kroll

The morning was brisk and the coffee was hot and roasted with little gurgles in the room. Rosie hadn’t moved, but she let out a tiny snore every now and again that made everything perfect.

— Ruth McLeod-Kearns, Blood Mother

…having nothing better to do, meandered off to a coffee shop and sat facing each other for a couple of hours, neither of them talking much but each coming to the general conclusion that the other was a person rather like himself…

— Ryū Murakami, Popular Hits of the Showa Era

For some stupid reason, I had this irrational need to prove to Cooper that I could inspect dead bodies over black coffee and maple bars just like him and the other guys on the police force.(Violet Parker)

— Ann Charles, Dead Case in Deadwood

Like you begin your day with a cup of coffee or tea. Some begin their relationships with love and trust.It’s not merely a choice – it’s a habit and a lifestyle.

— Saru Singhal

Waking up, for many people, is apparently a positive experience. There are twittering birds and the smell of fresh coffee fills the air.These people do not live at my house.

— Amy Petrie Shaw, The Tao of the Dippy Cat: A Series of Uncomfortable Incidents and Horrible Happenings

You know what’s just as powerful as a good cup of coffee in the morning? Starting your day with some good, loving thoughts. It can change how your whole day unfolds.

— Karen Salmansohn

I never waited for my Irish Cream coffee to be the right temperature, with a storm happening outside and my fireplace crackling … I wrote every day, at home, in the office, whether I felt like it or not, I just did it.

— Stephen J. Cannell

For Breakfast I like my coffee warm and cozy and my eggs funny side up.

— Stanley Victor Paskavich

When you get the coffee from the store, does it come in a great big metal can?’He beamed. ‘Absolutely.’That was all I needed to hear. “Tea. A cup of tea.

— Steven James, The Rook

Oh- and grab the plastic bag over by my suitcase.”I slug down the last of the coffee and get up. The bag contains panty hose. I put them on her desk.”They’re for you.””You want me to look homeless, desperate, but also kind of fabulous?

— Holly Black, Red Glove

I never let politics get personal. You can have the most intense, heated debate on issues, and so long as you keep it on issues, you can go out and have coffee afterwards and you’re good friends.

— Phil Crane

If you spend more on coffee than on IT security, you will be hacked. What’s more, you deserve to be hacked

— Richard Clarke

Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee and just as hard to sleep after.

— Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Gift from the Sea

Isn’t the smell of coffee the best alarm clock?

— S.A. Tawks, The Spirit of Pessimism

Your manager wants to believe that you enjoy your job, or at least you won’t spit in her coffee when she looks away. At the office, attitude counts for a lot.

— Terri Tierney Clark, Learn, Work, Lead- Things Your Mentor Won’t Tell You

What the hell makes you smart?” I asked.”I wouldn’t go for coffee with you.””Listen – I wouldn’t ask you.””That, ” she replied, “is what makes you stupid.

— Erich Segal, Love Story

Ignorance is toxic. If a man hands you a cup of coffee and pours in what he calls liquid sugar when the container clearly says poison, how bliss is your ignorance?

— James Jean-Pierre

I was taken by the power that savoring a simple cup of coffee can have to connect people and create community.

— Howard Schultz

I never said I liked coffee better than sex. I said I’d had it more.

— Kevin Sinnott

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

I put instant coffee in a microwave oven and almost went back in time.

— Steven Wright

We don’t want to eliminate the ego completely. Otherwise we’d be wandering around the house each morning, drinking coffee for hours, saying, ‘Who the hell am I?’ We need the ego to sustain a sense of identity.

— Stuart Wilde

That was rather interesting, ‘ Mercer said as he filled his coffee mug and passed the thermal carafe to John. ‘What do you say for dinner? “Blessed be the serial killers, or else the devil would have no one to torment.

— Lynn Viehl, Dark Need

I force people to have coffee with me, just because I don’t trust that a friendship can be maintained without any other senses besides a computer or cellphone screen.

— John Cusack

As long as there was coffee in the world, how bad could things be?

— Cassandra Clare, City of Ashes

A great day in New York would be to wake up, get a cup of coffee and head up to Central Park for a nice walk. Then I’d go down to the East Village and stroll around. After that, maybe I’d go check out a museum or catch an indie film at the Angelika.

— Emmanuelle Chriqui

The powers of a man’s mind are directly proportioned to the quantity of coffee he drinks.

— James Mackintosh

I hereby arm myself for today with coffee and the willingness to be wrong.

— Audrey Assad

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

Life’s too short to drink crappy coffee and cry over boys who don’t care.

— Unknown

Put the coffee on, bubbles, I’m coming home

— Richard Brautigan, Loading Mercury With a Pitchfork

I gave up drinking coffee for you. I swapped pizza for produce, and this is what I get in return?

— Barbara Valentin, False Start

Words mean nothing. They are like the husks of the coffee Bean. They cover what is essential, which is the bean itself, and when the husks are discarded, they lie on the road and rot and disappear. Actions are what lie inside, like the bean.

— David Bergen, Stranger: A Novel

Carrie, sitting there over your coffee cup in a wasteland of worn-out silver wedding rings, feeding yourself confections of motherhood like the display cakes in the bakery where you worked- all trimming over cardboard.

— Rita Mae Brown

We have conversations most nights, Sylvia Plath and me. On these cold wintry nights with our coffee mugs in hand, we talk for hours and hours, Sylvia Plath and me!

— Avijeet Das

When I was younger, on weekends, my mom would make us pancakes with our initials on them and then a tiny cup of coffee. I remember at 10 sneaking my own coffee and pouring a ton of sugar in and going up to the playroom and drinking it.

— Mary-Kate Olsen

I’m not a guy who needs to drink coffee or anything to get myself going in the morning. I wake up, and I’m full of energy.

— Billy Horschel

I don’t drink coffee I take tea my dearI like my toast done on one sid

— Sting, Nothing Like the Sun

For me to read a good novel without enjoying a cup of coffee or a cup of tea or a nice glass of wine in the process would be like having water without the wet. It’s simply impossible.

— Cat Ellington

I have never been drawn to luxury. I love the simple things; coffee shops, books, and people who try to understand.

— R. Y.S. Perez, I Hope You Fall in Love: Poetry Collection

I’d rather have a cup of coffee and a cigarette than live in all that honesty.

— Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Last Night I Sang to the Monster

It turned out people truly did cry into their coffee cups.

— Jodi Picoult, Salem Falls

And then this happened. And then this other thing happened. Oh, and I almost forgot to tell you about the time this happened. I should’ve had this book over for a cup of coffee and a chat.

— Nick Stewart

Stupor, insanity, and curling up with a good book.” Bright finished his coffee and slipped out of bed. “And I was wondering last night how I would fill my time today. Let me get dressed and have a spot of breakfast first.

— Lita Burke, Old Bony Blue Eyes

Prayer is like coffee for my soul in the morning

— Munia Khan

I come from a coffee-loving family, and you can always tell when my sister and I have been around, because both of us collect all the dead coffee from everyone’s morning cup, pour it over ice, and drink it. This is a disgusting habit.

— Laurie Colwin

A morning coffee is my favorite way of starting the day, settling the nerves so that they don’t later fray.

— Marcia Carrington

She was an ocean, confined in a coffee mug. And she had the galaxies, confined in her pretty eyes.

— Akshay Vasu

Two dreams and a cup of coffee later.

— F.K. Preston

Sip tea and coffee with those who say you can, politely stuff with cookies any who say you cannot. Because the stuff they are feeding you, be it the latter, looks strangely a bit like the little chocolate chips.

— Tom Althouse, The Frowny Face Cow

If heaven is tolerant and writers are allowed (bunch of liars though they are), I wonder if they gather for coffee to ponder the prose they should have written instead.

— Lori Lansens, The Girls

Look I eat really well and I work out, but I also indulge when I want to. I don’t starve myself in an extremist way. You’re not taking away my coffee or my dairy or my glass of wine because I’d be devastated.

— Jennifer Aniston

A girl in a bikini is like having a loaded gun on your coffee table- There’s nothing wrong with them, but it’s hard to stop thinking about.

— Garrison Keillor

The best thing about being a writer is that ‘work’ is always something you love, plus usually accompanied by tea, coffee and cakes of some sort.

— Jamie L. Harding

And if the computer gives you any back talk, pour some well-sugared office coffee into its evil little silicon brain.

— Edward Abbey, Postcards from Ed: Dispatches and Salvos from an American Iconoclast

Disappointing cakes have often been sitting out too long. They should last just long enough to have the last pieces the next morning with coffee – who doesn’t love cake with coffee?

— Tom Douglas

I’ll read my books and I’ll drink coffee and I’ll listen to music, and I’ll bolt the

— J.D. Salinger

I love America for its bourgeois comfort. If I was as heavily in debt as they are, I wouldn’t be drinking tea or coffee anywhere. I would be sipping tap water from an old bottle and serving others tea or coffee in a cafe somewhere.

— Vann Chow, Shanghai Nobody

And then Mum spoons the coffee a little as if she’s having fantasies of flinging it in Britt-Marie’s face. But in a controlled way.

— Fredrik Backman, My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry

I drink coffee in the morning and a few cups throughout the day. Among coffee’s health benefits are lower risk of Parkinson’s, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and dementia.

— David H. Murdock

Every little detail of my life is, and has always been, surrounded by fashion – from the cup I drink my coffee from in the morning to my constant travels – fashion always pops up somewhere and somehow.

— Margherita Missoni

The coffee is not strong enough to keep me awake.

— J. Limbu

I had drunk much wine and afterward coffee and Strega and I explained, winefully, how we did not do the things we wanted to do; we never did such things.

— Ernest Hemingway

I’m not a morning person: I can’t function until I’ve had a coffee – or several.

— Alastair Reynolds

We look up to see if it is day or night. If stars burn cool and moon does shine, we take to smoke divine and wine. If breath of sun does belch its heat, we boil coffee and prepare to eat.

— Roman Payne

Usually she ordered a cup of coffee and a cup of tea, as well as a brownie, propping up her sadness with chocolate and caffeine so that it became an anxiety.

— Lorrie Moore, Like Life

She felt tears dripping down her cheeks, and she wondered if anyone would ever miss her if she simply sat here, drinking coffee for days and days, years and years.

— Hila Colman, Julie Builds Her Castle

If coffee were like dreams, then I would be wired in constant bliss, never needing sleep to live out my dreams.

— Anthony Liccione

It was one dev, naked in a room with a carton of cigarettes, a thermos full of coffee and bourbon, and all his summoned angels.

— MIchael Kirkbride

I’d given him bits and pieces of my peculiar life, but colored softer and funnier than they had been. I’d painted my dad as Don Quixote in a semi, on a quest for philosophical truths and the best cup of coffee in the nation.

— Laurie Halse Anderson, The Impossible Knife of Memory

I know that I need my coffee in the morning, and I don’t want to talk to anybody at the start of my day!

— Tituss Burgess

By the time she yanked on her old jeans and a battered plaid flannel shirt, she felt almost normal. Calm, as she plugged in the coffee pot. But the nightmare was still very much on her mind, because it wasn’t a dream…It was a memory.

— Dani Harper

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

… the fisherman’s daughter grinding serenity in her coffee grinder.

— Yiannis Ritsos, The Fourth Dimension

Happiness is actually found in simple things, such as taking my nephew around the island by bicycle or seeing the stars at night. We go to coffee shops or see airplanes land at the airport.

— Andrea Hirata

Colombians might live in one of best places in the world to grow coffee beans, yet their cups of coffee come from dehydrated granules in tiny plastic packages. This is the definition of tragedy.

— Bryanna Plog, Misspelled Paradise: A Year in a Reinvented Colombia

I’d sit on the coffee table and lip sync to ‘Blue Christmas, ‘ ‘I Can’t Help Falling in Love, ‘ ‘Love Me Tender, ‘ ‘Don’t Be Cruel’ – some of the big hits like that.

— Drake Milligan

All I really want to do today is go to the book store, drink coffee and read.

— Ann Marie Frohoff

I’d never met coffee that wasn’t wonderful. It was just a matter of how wonderful it was.

— Laurell K. Hamilton, The Killing Dance

You smoked another cigarette and we shared another coffee and it was just another morning that made me realise that this is all it takes to be happy.

— Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps

I’m a huge Wonder Woman fan – I have about 12 coffee mugs at home!

— Kari Wahlgren

With enough coffee anything is possible

— Karen Salmansohn

His voice is muddy, that’s what it is. Dark and brown and muddy. A note to it like coffee left too long on the burner. And unsweetened, bitter chocolate. But there’s dirt in it too, deep, dark dirt, like the garden in October.

— Jael McHenry

The best conversation I had was over forty million years ago, ‘ continued Marvin.Again the pause. ‘Oh d—”And that was with a coffee machine.’ He waited.

— Douglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

Blessed are the ones who offer coffee to writers, for they will get all the rewards mentioned in the Bible, the Quran, the Vedas, the Upanishads and the Bhagavad Gita.

— Robin Sacredfire

Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee and just as hard to sleep after.

— Anne Morrow Lindbergh

Here’s the last thing that occurs to me as Sarah recedes in the rearview mirror, slamming out of the car, jogging across the parking lot: If you’re one tardy away from missing out on a big competition, you should probably make your coffee at home.

— Lauren Oliver, Before I Fall

I need coffee to deal with this, and I’m not getting decaf.

— Matthew Arnold Stern, Offline

Do you know how helpless you feel if you have a full cup of coffee in your hand and you start to sneeze?

— Jean Kerr

Like you begin your day with a cup of coffee or tea. Some begin their relationship with love and trust.It’s not merely a choice – it’s a habit and a lifestyle.

— Saru Singhal

I was in the kitchen drinking coffee when I heard Coretta cry, “Martin, Martin, come quickly!” I put down my cup and ran toward the living room. As I approached the front window Coretta pointed joyfully to a slowly moving bus: “Darling, it’s empty!

— Martin Luther King Jr., The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.

We look up to see if it is day or night. If stars burn cool and moon does shine, We take to smoke divine and wine.If breath of sun does belch its heat, we boil coffee and prepare to eat.

— Roman Payne

You can tell the number of hours spent on a work by counting the number of coffee rings on your desk.

— A.D. Posey

There were some problems only coffee and ice cream could fix.

— Amal El-Mohtar, Steam-Powered: Lesbian Steampunk Stories

And that was victory. The freedom to sprawl loosely upon a city street heat his coffee and eat a can of beans … with no enemy bullets forcing him to toss the can aside while diving behind another wall for momentary survival.

— David Douglas Duncan

If a boy can manage to have coffee with me during the apocalypse, I know he cares. There’s not a speck of doubt in my mind. He must care.

— Caroline George, The Vestige

You can’t exist on this plane for long purely one thing or another. A totally evil creature is so destructive that it obliterates itself. A totally good one… the same. So, we mix a bit of coffee with our cream.

— Thomm Quackenbush, Flies to Wanton Boys

Eating rice cakes is like chewing on a foam coffee cup, only less filling.

— Dave Barry

…but you drank your black coffee by choice, believeng that Paris was sufficient alcohol.

— Malcolm Cowley, Exile’s Return: A Literary Odyssey of the 1920s

Recipe For Happiness Khaborovsk Or Anyplace’One grand boulevard with treeswith one grand cafe in sunwith strong black coffee in very small cups.One not necessarily very beautifulman or woman who loves you.One fine day.

— Lawrence Ferlinghetti

I love going to coffee shops and just sitting and listening.

— Julie Roberts

I like my coffee with cream and my literature with optimism.

— Abigail Reynolds, Pemberley by the Sea

I think much of a #writerslife is figuring out how much coffee is needed to fuel madness & creativity while avoiding having to pee.

— Jennifer Worrell

And while I do love coffee – both the scent…and the taste – I have no doubt I’d prefer the scent…and the taste…of something…more personal.

— Skye Jordan, Reckless

Even an Astral Adventure needs a little sensuality.”Perhaps you can show me how tastefully decorated your bedroom is.” Lee probably felt I did not know what to do next and needed direction. Maybe so, but I did know our coffee was going to get cold.

— Scot Fin, Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers

It’s early on a beautiful winter morning. The house is quiet. The sun is shining. I’m thankful. I’m happy. My cup runneth over. Now there’s coffee everywhere.

— Mindy Levy

Only Irish coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat.

— Alex Levine

He was a ruffled haired, stubble faced, woman’s dream, tangled in sheets. So I stepped away from the Ryker and went for coffee instead.

— Sarah Brocious, Provocation: a lesson in trust

Townes Van Zandt is the best songwriter in the whole world, and I’ll stand on Bob Dylan’s coffee table in my cowboy boots and say that.

— Steve Earle

We only pay for what we admire, want and recognize as necessary, even when a cup of coffee is priced at the same value of a book that can change our entire future.

— Robin Sacredfire

Next morning I went over to Paul’s for coffee and told him I had finished. “Good for you, ” he said without looking up. “Start the next one today.

— Steven Pressfield, The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks & Win Your Inner Creative Battles

You are neither coffee nor tea, you are just the right amount ofwhatever it is I’m trying to find.

— Sade Andria Zabala

I see art in everything. Your shoes. That car. This coffee cup. It’s art if you see it as art.

— Andy Warhol

Science may never come up with a better office communication system than the coffee break.

— Earl Wilson

Prayer makes coffee shops of our souls, places that celebrate and savor the presence and lordship of God in our lives. It must be unceasing and constant. It must become who we are.

— Tyler Blanski, Mud & Poetry: Love, Sex, and the Sacred

She tasted of coffee and day old poetry.

— R. Y.S. Perez, I Hope You Fall in Love: Poetry Collection

If coffee is for closers, gold is for prospectors.

— Butch Bellah, The 10 Essential Habits of Sales Superstars: Plugging into the Power of Ten

You okay, Mum?” said Rob.”I’m fine, ” said Rachel. She went to reach for her cup of coffee and found that she didn’t have the energy to even lift her arm.

— Liane Moriarty, The Husband’s Secret

I had a very simple life growing up in the farm country outside of Perugia, and biscotti and warm milk with a tiny bit of coffee were a big part of my morning ritual before walking to school.

— Brunello Cucinelli

He wondered fleetingly how many people who sat alone for hours as they scribbled their stories practiced talking about their work during their coffee breaks….

— Robert Galbraith, The Silkworm