For most of us, theres some-more in a crater of coffee than a rousing jar of caffeine. Theres comfort. Theres community. There is, perhaps, even a clarity of identity. That may be true for nothing of us some-more so than millennials, whose omnivorous jones for java, it seems, is behind a global surge in direct for coffee, bringing it to an all-time high.Coffee consumption worldwide between those nineteen to 34 generally in a United States, a leading consumer of coffee, but additionally in Brazil as well as China has some-more than offset a mild decline in direct for a evil bean between a comparison generations, according to data cited by Bloomberg.Interestingly, this increased direct is occurring only as global coffee supply is tightening, pushing up a price of Arabica coffee.A few interesting takeaways about millennials as well as coffee, according to research from Datassential as well as a National Coffee Association, cited by Bloomberg:1. Millennials now account for 44 percent of total U.S. coffee consumption.2. Daily coffee consumption between those ages 18 to 24 has risen from 34 percent in 2008 to 48 percent in 2016. Among those 25 to 39, in a same period of time, it has risen from 51 percent to 60 percent. Meanwhile, it declined between those age 40 as well as up.3.Millennials innate around 1982 (so, those in their mid-30s) proposed drinking coffee, upon average, around age 17.1. That sounds flattering young until you listen to which those innate after 1995 (21 as well as younger) proposed when they were about 14.7 years old.Oh, those crazy, coffee-loving kids.Photo: iStock