If you’re a coffee lover, getting involved in coffee-related Facebook groups might be exactly what you’re looking for.

Quick Answer: What are some of the best coffee Facebook groups?

Facebook is full of various coffee groups, from educational groups to coffee humor and memes. The best groups that I’ve found for discussion include Coffee Coffee Coffee and The Coffee Society.

Best Coffee Facebook Groups to Check Out

Let’s look at some of the best parts of these groups and more and see what you need to do to join.

1. COFFEE, COFFEE, COFFEE!!!

Coffee, coffee, coffee banner on Facebook.

This group is a public Facebook group, meaning anyone can join it. The group isn’t overly moderated. The only real rule is that all discussions should be about coffee.

The group’s description says the goal is to “talk about all things related to coffee.” 

There’s a huge diversity within this, and you can find posts about almost anything related to coffee.

You’ll find tons of reviews of various places; the best part is that this group includes people from all over the country.

It’s an excellent place to discover the best coffee shops in a new area that you may be visiting.

There’s also plenty of discussion about various new recipes and how to copycat your favorite Starbucks recipes.

It’s also a great place to find new ideas if you’re the type to try exotic flavors and combinations with your coffee.

This group isn’t especially structured or organized and can be a little chaotic.

However, overall, it’s full of good information and a great place to start if you’re just diving into the world of coffee.

2. I love coffee

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This group is based in Los Angeles but has people from all over. It covers anything and everything related to coffee, be it links, pictures, or statuses.

This is a great group to connect with fellow coffee lovers in your area. It’s also great because the group has strict rules against multi-level marketers getting involved.

It’s a personal conversation only with no business involvement. It’s not overly structured, but you can count on it being interesting.

In it, you can find fun games related to coffee, ways to virtually connect with other people who are fellow coffee lovers, and discussions on the best ways to enjoy your morning brew.

You can also find information on the latest and greatest in new coffee machines and reviews on what’s best.

This is a great group to browse around and discover new things!

3. Barista community

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This group is a great place to start if you’re new to the world of being a barista. The group is dedicated specifically to people who have chosen the coffee career path and is pretty strict on what can and can’t be posted.

This group is also public, which means whatever you post won’t be private.

You can find all kinds of interesting things in this group, from job postings and travel opportunities in exotic locations as a barista to how to make all your favorite drinks from the comfort of your home.

The majority of the group consists of opportunities to get started as a barista in one area or another.

If you’re looking to relocate and want to learn how to be a barista, this may be the perfect opportunity.

You can also create a post if you’re looking for a job in the industry.

This group is also useful for answering questions your typical coffee enthusiast may not know the answer to.

Since most people are involved in the specialty coffee industry, they have a little more knowledge about what may be going wrong with your coffee creations.

4. The coffee society

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This group is one of the more structured ones out there, full of great information. This is one of the best groups I’ve found to educate yourself in the coffee world.

Whereas a lot of the groups are great for interacting with the community and browsing, The Coffee Society has loads of valuable information on commercial brewing, various equipment, how to do latte art, and so on.

You can also occasionally find specialty coffees for sale in this group. This is especially useful if you want to experience new flavors and spices that aren’t from your home country.

Overall, the group focuses on helping people understand what types of coffee are out there and assisting people in creating the perfect brew for them.

There’s always something new to learn in this group.

It should be noted, however, that this group does sometimes get spammed. The admins typically do a good job at catching this kind of thing, but unfortunately, it’s happening more often as time passes.

5. Coffee lovers

Coffee lovers banner on Facebook.

This group is a private group, which tends to be a lot better at moderating spam since you must go through a process to get approved to join.

Coffee Lovers is all about getting together with like-minded people and discussing the best things about your favorite morning drink.

While most of the users in this group are dedicated to talking about coffee, you can also find tea drinkers here. If you love both, this may be a great way to connect!

The group posts tons of different recipes. Some are originals, and others are copycat recipes from commercial coffee companies, but they’re all delicious.

If you want to join the group, you’ll just have to answer a few questions about why you love coffee, and then you’ll be off to the races. Simple enough!

6. Funny coffee memes

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Who doesn’t love looking at memes? This is a great group to brighten your day if you’re feeling blue. The group is full of funny comics, memes, and jokes – all about coffee.

The best part about this group is all the great merchandise you find through various people’s posts. If you’re a fan of funny mugs or T-shirts, this is the place to find them.

Of course, like any public group, it gets hit with spam, but overall, this group is a great place to relax.

You can spend time browsing and getting a great laugh from all the coffee-related memes.

7. Coffee shop owners

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This is another private group, and it’s dedicated to people who want to grow their coffee business.

This is a great place to begin if you’re looking to get into the coffee business.

The group allows you to openly present your coffee business and exchange page likes with other coffee shops worldwide.

You’ll have the opportunity to display some of your best work, even if you’re not an official business owner yet.

This group is highly moderated, so you aren’t getting a lot of spam. The goal is simply to help people get on their feet and get started in the world of coffee.

You can also find various coffee-related equipment listed for sale in this group.

A lot of it is at a much better price than market value, so this may be a great resource if you’re just getting started and need to purchase some equipment upfront.

8. Coffee humor

Coffee humor banner on Facebook.

This is another great group full of fun jokes and memes about coffee. The best part is that it doesn’t have that many members, only a little over ten thousand, which means you usually get more quality content.

The group is private, so you’ll have to join to know what’s going on, but I can say it’s definitely full of fun.

There are tons of things to see and enjoy, and this group will help your day start on the right foot!

9. But first, coffee!

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This group is a public group that is open to all levels of coffee lovers.

Whether you’ve just gotten into the world of coffee or you’re an expert of many years, you can find information to suit your interests here.

This group is another great group for genuinely learning new things rather than just having conversations.

While you have people posting memes or just looking for general discussion, there are tons of people posting about topics like how to get started in the coffee industry and how to make your morning coffee better.

The goal of this group is to connect anyone who may be new to the coffee world and get them involved with like-minded individuals.

If you’re the type who just can’t start your morning without coffee, then this is the group for you.

10. Coffee, coffee grinder, coffee machine, coffee roaster, coffee trade related!

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This group has an abnormally long name, but surprisingly, it is a great place to learn about coffee equipment and purchase and sell various types of coffee.

The group’s posts center on helping people fix some of the mechanical issues with their machines and helping people get started in the coffee industry.

You can find lots of information here, as well, about how to grow coffee plants from scratch.

This isn’t the information I’ve found in any other group, and it’s really useful to know if you’re looking to start brewing your coffee from the ground up.

This group is focused on the coffee trade, so expect to see many posts about the coffee industry as a whole and people looking to trade machines, grinds, and so on.

11. Used coffee equipment USA

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This group is an excellent resource for living in the United States. If you’ve ever tried to get started in the coffee industry, you may have noticed a lot of upfront costs involved.

Being able to buy your equipment at a discounted rate is an enormous advantage.

This group is highly moderated, and most of its posts are legitimate. You can find all kinds of things to purchase here, or if you’re trying to get out of the coffee business, all kinds of things to sell.

Many people in this group also want to make trades in various coffee equipment. You may find a great opportunity here if you’re looking to switch over machine types or something similar.

The group is private, so you’ll have to send the admins a request to join, but the process isn’t difficult. They just want to make sure you’re legitimately selling something.

12. Coffee business owner group

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This is another private group centered around helping people grow their coffee business. A private website, www.espressooutlet.com, runs it.

The group aims to provide information to people looking to get started in the coffee industry.

You can find posts about nearly any question about getting started, and you’ll usually get some good responses if you post in the group.

Many members of this group have been involved in the coffee industry for several years and are full of great tips and tricks for getting started.

Even if you’re not in the business yet, this is a fantastic place to learn and prepare to launch yourself into the world of coffee.

13. Speciality coffee professionals

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This group, which goes by the name SCP, is focused on providing new members with information specifically on specialty coffee.

While you can find posts about general coffee making, most group posts center on various types of specialty brews, drinks, and so on.

The group is based out of Toronto but includes members from all over the world. You’d be surprised at how many different types of specialty coffees there are out there!

You’ll find posts from baristas, farmers, and more in this group. You can learn about how to make drinks, how to grind your beans, and even how to grow your coffee plants.

You can learn the best-growing conditions for the plants and even how to grow them in the North, where it’s more difficult to grow coffee plants.

14. Nespresso lovers, discussion, recipes, and MORE

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This group is specifically for people with Nespresso machines, but tons of people are buying these miniature espresso machines.

If you’re not sure what a Nespresso machine is, it’s essentially a small version of an espresso machine.

Usually, they don’t come with steamer wands. Instead, it’s comparable to the Keurig of an espresso machine. Just insert the pods, and out comes espresso.

This group is a great resource if you’re looking for recipes you can do with your new Nespresso machine and tips for how to operate it better.

They can be a bit tricky at times, so it’s helpful to be involved with a group that knows their stuff.

The group doesn’t allow buying or selling. It’s all about the discussion here.

Overall, this is a great place to learn and get started in the world of Nespresso.

Conclusion

Talking to experts and baristas can be a great way to learn more about coffee.

But another excellent way is by joining one (or all) of these Facebook groups. There, you can ask questions, get advice, and find out about the latest news in the world of coffee.

And who knows? You might even make some new friends along the way. So what are you waiting for?

Go ahead and join one of these amazing coffee Facebook groups today!

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