I heard recently that every day is Coffee Day, but then it was pointed out to me that this only happens once a year; can someone please clarify this for me?
Is every day Coffee Day?
I think your confusion results from the misunderstanding the criteria: only days ending in "day" are coffee days.
This is how coffee day is determined. Any other days do not count.
As a devoted Coffeeist, I can only say that the tradition of Coffee Day is far too powerful for one single day, possibly too great for an entire year! I think we all know the answer to this question, we know it in our gut, and we know it in our heart.
As sure as the sun will rise every day, so will the coffee in our cups. Have a Happy Coffee Day everyone, and have it every day.
As the creator of Coffee Day, I can canonically tell you that Yes, every day is Coffee Day.
I love hot meta posts. Coffee is hot. In conclusion it is coffee day.
This statement is incredibly inaccurate and whoever pointed its incorrectness out to you is absolutely right (not to say an utter genius!).
As can be read on Wikipedia the official International Coffee Day is on a specific set date. So depending on where you live, you still have to wait a few weeks with any celebrations.
(thanks to MichaelT for pointing to appropriate ad)