Sunday, April 3, 2011

Vintage Coffee Ads from the 1900's

Anyone whose ever drank coffee probably knows why the number 1 sales pitched used by Coffee Manufactures is based upon the caffeine content of it, and the flavor. Something which such high caffeine content, most modern energy drinks struggle to compete with it, and a flavor so unique it's shared by millions in the United States alone every morning, no wonder it sells so well! Tonights ads show that Coffee has been around for hundreds of years, and isn't going anywhere anytime soon!

Enjoy these Vintage 1900's Coffee Ads!


 

26 comments:

  1. these look from around the 1940s-60s. thanks for sharing!

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  2. SO MANY SMILING WOMEN, that's how they sold their coffee!

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  3. Good looking ads from when nothing really was taboo.

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  4. awesome
    ill get me a expresso now

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  5. those where crazy times, there where no rules.

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  6. Sure as hell can't stretch sugar with sand.

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  7. I'm pretty sure most beverage companies try to "pitch the flavor." Interesting ads.

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  8. Oh I love that old advertising, so interesting to see how advertising has evolved

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  9. U can't stretch coffee!, Always works.

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  10. i like your blog. keep up the good work

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  11. "Too good to waste!" Yeah right.

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  12. I much prefer this style of advertising to todays junk.

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  13. nice post!

    http://all-around-toto.blogspot.com/

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  14. I love these ads almost as much as I love drinking coffee.

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  15. i dont look that happy drinking coffee in the morning

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  16. Kind of wish they would still make ads like this sometimes.

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  17. i love coffee lol, i drink too much caffeine.

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  18. ...where today we would have a sexy woman pouring the coffee on to her... I should better stop this, you know how the ads have turned into, nowadays.

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