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For the Love of Coffee: 10 Influencers Killing the Caffeine Game

For the Love of Coffee: 10 Influencers Killing the Caffeine Game

There are all types of coffee influencers, let's explore...

From people who shoot #dailycortados to those who make interiors look stunning, coffee influencers and coffee itself are an instrumental prop in the influencer land scape. Let's look at 10 people doing it right across the board. The below are 10 amazing, well caffeinated influencers that not only produce amazing content, but produce great engagement.

This list has an average engagement rate of 4.1%..

And the best performing influencers are...

1. byanjaroos: Our first content creator on the list hails from the Netherlands. Anja Roos is the perfect mix of latte shots, interiors, and city context. We can't speak highly enough of this photographer about to pop off.

2. dancartertc: Coffee with a side of travel and #adventure. Dan Carter is getting absolutely crazy engagement on everything he posts, including his amazing travel pour-overs. Drink it in over at his blog Dan Carter Now.

3. gk.living: Ghaleb Kayali is a man of many talents. Not only is he a dancer in the NYC ballet, but he also is an amazing content creator. We'd say he isn't focused so much on individual coffee brands, but more on gorgeously framed photos.

4. didieryhc: Another amazing content creator, but this time from Canada. Didier Young has an amazing eye for photography, and doesn't pigeonhole himself in any one category. From coffee, to fashion, to tennis; we love this channel. Also check his blog here.

5. barista_rpgplayers: This is for professionals only. Jeffery Johnston is not here to mess around. An American based in Melbourne, he does absolutely amazing latte art with even better video of the individual pours. It is messy, it is saturated, and it is incredibly fun to watch.

6. ninjanellephant: Another interiors photographer. Based in New York, Janelle Phant has an eye for phtography that we are very jealous of. Again, she isn't brand based as much as she is cafe based, but we are okay with that.

7. koko_secretrainbowpath: Full-disclosure: we have no idea what is going on in this feed. All we know is that Koko is based in Japan, and that she makes content that you could only dream of making. You go Koko.

8. coffeeandcardio: There is nothing we want to do less after drinking coffee than a workout. That is why we respect Los Angeles based Maggie and her commitment to not only caffeine, but also fitness. Don't stop. We will be over here.... pretending to be fit too.

Still having the warm fuzzies from this mornings #coffeeandcardio charity event with @litmethod and @wholefoodslosangeles - a hiit rowing and bodyweight workout followed by holiday @stumptowncoffee, @wholefoods pastries (I went all in on a raspberry danish and a vegan chocolate donut 🙏🏼) and conversation with some sweet ladies. I have said some version of this before, but this morning reminded me that I started this account because I was interested in the community part of it. Making friends and meeting new people, like getting a group of ladies together for a workout and coffee to willingly donate money to a cause I care about, with brands I believe in. I posted this morning that I was frustrated about people no-showing to the event, and I wanted to be clear about why. When I put time and effort and energy into events it's because I want to make that community we have online tangible and real. I want to be able to know your first name and not just your handle, to know that 3/6 of us this morning have roots in western Minnesota, to hear about what you do and what brings you passion. A lot of how I experience Instagram is one sided: I share a lot of myself and don't always get the same amount back, which is why events help make me feel like I'm in a community, not just a content machine. I hope this doesn't come across as shame-y or angry; I know life happens, and I choose what I put out. But the bottom line is these events take a lot out if me: they are hard to organize and plan on top of my regular job. And to put that kind of time and energy into something and not feel like your time is respected is a bummer. So, I just wanted to say that I am so grateful to those of you who were able to make it, and those of you who couldn't make it and donated anyway. And I wanted to put out a small, polite reminder that the people behind the instagrams you like are people too; we have feelings, and don't exist just to make content and host cool events. That's all. Hope you have a beautiful Sunday. 🙏🏼☕️💗

9. indaheart: What can we say? Los Angeles is good at coffee. Crazy enough though, Indah Nur is tops at coffee and fashion. We are going to stop talking here, because you just need to go look at her channel now. Or her blog

10. ss0522: We end back in New York City with Shelley. Another content creator killing the interiors game in a city with limitless coffee stops and shops. She has this "busy" aestetic that others would shy away from, but she makes it amazing.

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