It was Minister Nirmala Sitharaman who first shared the news about the stamps on Twitter. In two tweets posted on April 21, Ms Sitharaman announced the launch of the stamps.
Her tweets created quite a lot of excitement on Twitter. "Sounds, smells really interesting," a Twitter user had commented on one of the minister's tweet.
Now those of you who are obsessed with coffee and also collect stamps can order some for themselves on the India Post website.
The stamps are already a huge hit on Twitter. Here's what tweeple are posting about them:
Opportunity to register for the most awaited Coffee Scented Stamp by @CoffeeboardI limited stocks are available..- Mano (@manojkumar2897) April 23, 2017
Even who doesn't love coffee would start loving it just because of aroma of Coffee Scented Stamp @CoffeeboardI- shilpa (@letsmoveonn) April 23, 2017
Previously, India Post has released jasmine, rose and sandalwood-scented stamps. 30 lakh sandalwood stamps were sold out within two weeks in 2006.
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