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  • Brewing Ratios for Dummies

    Coffee Brew Guides
    Garrett Oden
    20 May 2015 | 3:34 pm
    Reading coffee brewing guides can be quite confusing if you’re not familiar with how coffee brewing ratios work. They aren’t complicated, but can appear confusing without a good explanation of the math and reasoning behind their purpose and use. After reading this guide, you should be a ratio master! Just like all variables, ratios are about manipulating strength and yield to achieve the greatest cup possible. A jar of water poured on top of a single coffee bean is not going to make a very strong cup of coffee. That same amount of water poured over 60 beans will be relatively…
  • Crema.co – A New Specialty Coffee Marketplace

    Coffee Brew Guides
    Garrett Oden
    31 Mar 2015 | 11:32 am
    Coffee is not new to online marketplaces, but the landscape is changing. Some of these multi-roaster marketplaces have focused on technology, photography, or internationally-recognized roasters, but a new player is joining the league – one that focuses on the origin. Crema.co seems to be the answered prayer to many coffee enthusiasts, professionals, and average drinkers who are concerning about their buying habits. Where is the money going? Are the farmers receiving a legitimate wage? Who even grows my coffee? All of these questions will be answered with the up and coming Crema.co…
  • Astronauts Make First Coffee in Space

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    Teresa Te
    6 May 2015 | 6:48 am
    This one’s for the books. Astronauts comprising the Expedition 43 have made a remarkable feat by making the first coffee in space. Thanks to a coffee making machine delivered from Earth, the astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) have finally satisfied their craving for coffee. Called the ISSpresso, the Espresso machine was created courtesy of the Italian Space Agency, Argotec engineering firm and coffee company Lavazza. The delivery of this specially designed machine got delayed for months. It was originally scheduled to be transported on the SpaceX rocket early last year…
  • Pour Over Iced Coffee (Japanese iced coffee method)

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    Danijela
    18 May 2015 | 11:53 am
    Achieve iced coffee perfection using this simple instant cold-pour-over technique. This Japanese iced coffee is loaded with great flavors, always freshly brewed and will give you a first class iced coffee. The technique is simple, yet genius. It calls for the same coffee grounds to water ratio like when making regular coffee, with one difference: […]
  • Fresh Roast SR Series Roasters, David Emanuel

    CoffeeGeek.com
    23 May 2015 | 9:44 am
    Bottom Line: Awesome machine that is flexible and computer controlled- now with more flexibility due to open sourced programming capabilities!Read review...
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  • Top 7 Health Benefits of Drinking Coffee

    Ran Nir
    28 May 2015 | 10:30 am
    Are you trying to cut back on coffee for fear it might be damaging your health? Well you’ll be pleased to hear there are actually loads of health benefits of drinking coffee. There may be no need to give it up – in fact you might be able to start drinking more. See below for our top 7 benefits of drinking coffee. #1 Excellent source of antioxidants Did you know that coffee contains more antioxidants than green tea and cocoa? According to scientific research, around 1,000 antioxidants have been found in unprocessed coffee beans [1] and it is believed that even more develop during the…
  • Vietnamese Iced Coffee Brewing Tutorial by Inanimate Objects

    Todd Zapoli
    26 May 2015 | 7:24 am
    Resources How to Brew Vietnamese Iced Coffee – INeedCoffee tutorial. Vietnamese Coffee Filter Set – Amazon USA More Inanimate Objects – By Todd Zapoli The post Vietnamese Iced Coffee Brewing Tutorial by Inanimate Objects appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • Chemex Coffee Brewing Tutorial by Inanimate Objects

    Todd Zapoli
    20 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Resources Chemex Coffee Brewing – History and Tutorial – INeedCoffee brewing tutorial Chemex 8-Cup Classic Series Glass Coffeemaker – Amazon USA More Inanimate Objects – By Todd Zapoli The post Chemex Coffee Brewing Tutorial by Inanimate Objects appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • You Might Be a Coffee Snob If…

    Stefanie Spencer
    18 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Your baby’s first word is “latte.” You heat your baby’s bottle with the steam wand from your espresso machine. You know how much a hill of beans costs, where they were grown, and how long it would take to roast them. You know more about the pedigree of your beans than your dog. You only have 17 payments left on the new espresso machine. Breakfast in bed is merely a perfect cup of coffee. Your coffeemaker has more buttons than your TV remote. Your ringtone sounds like a coffee grinder. You are served by a “bikini barista” and never notice. Your friends start…
  • Cold Brewed Coffee on the Cheap

    Malcom McFarren
    13 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    If you are a regular visitor to this site, you are already probably aware of the drink that is known as cold-brewed coffee. There are at least two other articles that go into the advantages/disadvantages of the cold brewing method compared to the many hot-brewing methods available. Because it’s already been done, I won’t go into it here. This is simply a how-to for people who would like to try cold-brewed coffee before shelling out the money for a commercially available system – or for those who, like myself, are just to cheap to break down and spend $30 when they…
 
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  • Saving energy with LED Lighting

    Amelia N
    11 May 2015 | 9:20 am
    Since 2008, you have shared a lot of ideas about how we can make our stores more “green,” more comfortable, and more energy efficient.  I work on the Facilities Environmental Performance Management Team, and as an environmentalist myself, I am proud to share some of the great strides we’ve made with energy efficient lighting in our stores.  But first, let me share an email from my colleague’s Mom: “This past week I was at my Starbucks getting coffee and the physical setting was so friendly, smelled great, and of course people genuinely friendly. I asked…
  • What’s your favorite Starbucks® dark roast coffee?

    Amanda W
    5 May 2015 | 8:51 am
    We love our dark roast coffees. Each one has a unique story, aroma, and taste—and all are treasured for their robust flavors. They are like our children we couldn’t possibly choose a favorite. But this isn’t about us, it is about you. We want to know what your favorite Starbucks® dark roast coffees are. Do you love the earthy and herbal notes of our single-origin Sumatra? Do you crave the rich, dark cocoa taste of Caffé Verona®? Let us know which dark roast coffee you look forward to seeing us brew in stores, or which one you like to brew at home. You can vote…
  • S’mores Frappuccino

    Maretta D
    1 May 2015 | 7:40 am
    Sitting around a campfire, roasting marshmallows with a pile of graham crackers and chocolate patiently waiting by your side, hoping you don’t eat that marshmallow right off the stick, but rather, nestle it in between their delicious, meltable layers—It’s one of the most exciting and memorable moments of childhood. Or adulthood… Any hood really. And that’s probably why we have received so many ideas about making a S’mores flavored drink. Well we heard you, and boy did we do our research. After hundreds of recipe iterations, we have finally landed on a…
  • New Caffeine-Free Oprah Chai Herbal Blend

    Carolyn K
    29 Apr 2015 | 12:09 pm
    For years, My Starbucks Idea members have been asking for a caffeine-free chai to enjoy morning, day, and night.  But we weren’t about to give you just any decaf chai. To find a recipe as warm and spicy as the original, we went to the experts. Our teaologists worked with chai lover, Oprah Winfrey, to select each ingredient and create a fresh take that is naturally caffeine-free. Usually, chai contains black tea, which brings caffeine, but Teavana® Oprah Chai Herbal Blend contains only herbs, fruits, and botanicals.  Our Teavana® Oprah Chai Herbal Blend has a light body…
  • Starbucks app + Apple Watch

    Ben Straley
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:03 am
    Over the years, your ideas have inspired many new features and functions for the Starbucks® app for iPhone® including: Pick of the Week, Mobile Order & Pay, shake-to-pay, digital tipping, Card reload with Apple Pay™, and tracking Stars and earned rewards.  Today we released an update to our app that allows app users in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. to synch with Apple Watch™.  With the Starbucks app for iPhone® v3.2.5 installed and synced with Apple Watch, you’ll be able to: -View your My Starbucks Rewards® Star balance and track earned…
 
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    Coffee Sage : Blog About Coffee

  • CoffeeSage.com for sale

    joe
    24 May 2015 | 8:11 am
    I’ve not had time lately to write articles and maintain CoffeeSage.com like it should be. So, I’ve decided to sell it to someone who will. If you are interested in buying CoffeeSage.com... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit MyWebsite.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Free Coffee at McDonald’s until 09-29-2014

    joe
    23 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    Did you get your free coffee at McDonald’s yet? You can get a free small McCafé coffee during breakfast hours at participating McDonald’s restaurants across the country. Even if you’re... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit MyWebsite.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Starbucks tests 10oz Frappuccino Mini ??

    joe
    19 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    OK, I may need someone to explain to me the point of this one. Starbucks is apparently testing a 10 ounce Frappuccino in some markets.  Besides only being 2 ounces smaller than the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit MyWebsite.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Kauai Coffee’s Innovative New K-CUP

    joe
    11 Aug 2014 | 4:58 am
    Kauai Coffee has come out with a new K-CUP design.  It’s half the size, much more eco-friendly, with an improved filter for better flow. They have 3 new blends.  Island Sunrise (Mild Roast),... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit MyWebsite.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Colombia Quinchia, Shearwater Coffee Roasters

    joe
    1 Aug 2014 | 10:04 pm
    Shearwater Coffee Roasters’ Colombia Quinchia is a smooth full bodied coffee with fruity notes. It has a delicate cocoa finish which lingers on the tongue with a medium to mild acidity.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit MyWebsite.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • Astronauts Make First Coffee in Space

    Teresa Te
    6 May 2015 | 6:48 am
    This one’s for the books. Astronauts comprising the Expedition 43 have made a remarkable feat by making the first coffee in space. Thanks to a coffee making machine delivered from Earth, the astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) have finally satisfied their craving for coffee. Called the ISSpresso, the Espresso machine was created courtesy of the Italian Space Agency, Argotec engineering firm and coffee company Lavazza. The delivery of this specially designed machine got delayed for months. It was originally scheduled to be transported on the SpaceX rocket early last year…
  • The Art of Coffee Painting

    Teresa Te
    7 Apr 2015 | 5:14 am
    Painting is often associated with the use of acrylic, oil and watercolor. But these days, this visual art form has added a new material – coffee. Coffee painting is popular nowadays and many are happy with the result plus the aroma of their art work. In fact, there are now artists who specialize in using coffee for painting. Painters Using Coffee Pornchai Lerthammasiri is a Thai artist well known for his watercolor paintings. Some 15 years ago, however, he felt the need for more challenge in his work the reason why he ventured into using coffee for a change. For this reason, he is now…
  • Coffee Still a No-No for Kids

    Teresa Te
    11 Feb 2015 | 4:23 am
    With all the various coffee drinks readily available in the market today, many kids and teens have come to like the drink. In fact, there are brands that have come up with coffee drinks especially meant for children. But are these really healthy and okay for kids to consume? Health experts think otherwise. While they believe that coffee does not totally affect the growth of children, it still has not-so-good effects on their overall health. Difficulty Sleeping Similar to its effect on adults, coffee consumption can also cause insomnia among children aged five to 12. Teens, in particular, who…
  • How Coffee Can Aid in Weight Loss

    Teresa Te
    9 Jan 2015 | 7:01 pm
    Coffee may be more famous for being a drink that perks you up whether in the morning, mid-afternoon or in the evening. But medical experts have found more benefits to drinking coffee other than what most people know of. For one thing, it also helps promote a healthy weight. Medical researcher Chris Kilham who’s also an author and founder of Medicine Hunter Inc. said that drinking coffee after a meal aids in digestion. This means coffee helps the body slowly process the meal you just consumed. Cornell University professional of nutritional science David Levitsky also agreed saying that…
  • Brewing Vietnamese Coffee at Home

    java queen
    25 Sep 2014 | 1:10 pm
    To me, Vietnamese coffee is one of the unsung heroes in the world of java. When brewed properly, Vietnamese coffee is rich and dark with an amazing smoothness on the palate. Family and friends, well-aware of my coffee habit, happily enable my addiction by always bringing me coffee from their travels around the world; receiving coffee from Vietnam is always a thrill to me, and I’ve tried a variety of beans from the country. However, a trip to the country is not necessary to enjoy its coffee- good quality Vietnamese coffee beans are available online. For example, there’s Trung…
 
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  • Cold Bruer

    Bill
    26 May 2015 | 3:31 pm
    Iced coffee is all the rage right now, specifically cold brew. While it was pushed from the sun for some years due to the influx of quicker (and many would still argue better) brew methods such as the Japanese style (Counter Culture has a nice tutorial) or similarly, the Aeropress over ice (CoffeeGeek advises here), it seems cold brew has vaulted back into the limelight due to a host of
  • Mugged: Colombia Luminosa [Peet's]

    Bill
    26 May 2015 | 3:24 pm
    Subject: Peet's Coffee and Tea Coffee Mugged: Colombia Luminosa Rating [see key]: 3+ While Peet's has long preferred to roast darker, they now are beginning to wander into the realms of light roasts. With the recent release of their Colombia Luminosa, their sole light roast, they're diversifying their offerings to a growing love of lighter roasts. While at first glance, the beans do not
  • Cartel Coffee Lab

    Bill
    19 May 2015 | 6:14 am
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Cartel Coffee Lab Location: Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Terminal 4 WiFi?: No Rating: 5+ [see key] If I've said it once, I'll say it ten trillion times: every major airport should have a solid coffee presence. Some cities get it, awarding space to high-quality coffee establishments able to provide weary and gastro-curious travelers with a
  • Either/Or

    Bill
    11 May 2015 | 6:27 am
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Either/Or Location: Portland, OR WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] One of Portland's many charms is its numerous, extremely-livable neighborhoods. While cities further east often have tight city lanes where space and parking are at a significant premium, in a place like Portland many neighborhoods offer the peace and parking of suburbs with
  • Beachcomber Coffee Co

    Bill
    5 May 2015 | 9:15 am
    Subject: Beachcomber Coffee Co Coffee Mugged: self-titled Rating [see key]: 3+ While I've only been to Vancouver, BC once, it remains one of my favorite Canadian cities. The climate was pleasant, the people friendly and the coffee abundantly delicious. Thus, it nearly always pulls my interest to hear of new coffee coming from the Canadian west. The most recent western coffee roaster to hit
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  • The Post after the last

    Abbey
    29 May 2015 | 10:43 am
    After almost three months of absolutely no writing, I’m coming back in full force with a summer full of blogging, writing, and hopefully some sort of publishing. A lot of changes have happened since I’ve written my last post. I became rather caught up in my semester this past Spring, but it all paid off with a Dean’s List GPA, an induction into an honors society, a full book manuscript ready to be edited, and a new boy to share it all with. It’s been a hard semester, but an even more relaxing last two weeks. There is nothing quite like the bliss of waking up in the…
  • vent: college major

    theadventurouslifeofkat
    29 May 2015 | 10:41 am
    Today’s one of those days where I want to curl up in my bed and not deal with anything. But there’s just so much I need to deal with. I didn’t get into a program I wanted. And I wanted it so bad. It’s 25 student major to learn about Music and the Entertainment Industries at my college. And I wanted it so freaking bad. Right now I’m a speech pathology major, at the decision of my mom. And at the decision that it apparently pays a lot. But I hate it. I hate it so much that I whenever I was in speech pathology class I wanted to tear myself apart. I wanted to get up…
  • El deleite de un café by GustavoPomar

    Biken Shrestha
    29 May 2015 | 10:40 am
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  • Still Life | El deleite de un café

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    29 May 2015 | 10:40 am
    Please tell us what you think! :) By GustavoPomar Source: 500px.com
  • day 736: studio after coffee before noon

    rachalina
    29 May 2015 | 10:37 am
    me: yea like my friend Jeff’s cooking show, did I tell you about that? Davy: no what’s that? me: he’s a net artist, he’s been cooking eggs on snapchat. Davy: like he’s a crazy artist, or he’s an artist who deals with nuts? (pause) me: no, a NET artist… Om Gum Shrim Maha Lakshmiyei Swaha
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    COFFEE STRATEGIES

  • Coffee’s latest manufactured health craze

    Andrew Hetzel
    10 May 2015 | 6:20 pm
    About three or four weeks ago, I started receiving calls from journalists reporting on the latest fad plaguing the coffee industry, called “Bulletproof Coffee.” Promoters of the Bulletproof brand of lifestyle products claim that buying (I jest not) “bioactively rich” coffee and mixing it with butter offers vague health benefits including, “energiz[ing] your mind and […]
  • Yemen Specialty Coffee Sector Featured at U.S. Trade Events

    Andrew Hetzel
    26 Mar 2015 | 5:37 pm
    It is a challenging time for the coffee farmers and other people of Yemen, which in part is why I’m pleased to announce that scheduled plans for U.S. coffee trade events benefitting this exceptional origin will go forward in April. Please see below: WASHINGTON D.C. (March 26, 2015) – A delegation from Yemen and representatives […]
  • Thoughts on the Upcoming SCAA Symposium in Seattle

    Andrew Hetzel
    1 Feb 2015 | 2:13 pm
    I recently watched Aaron Davis’ 2013 SCAA Symposium lecture in Boston, “Arabica — from Origin to Extinction,” and found myself reflecting on the profound impact of his research and also feeling grateful for the opportunity to share that knowledge, which has reshaped my view of the world relating to coffee. Like so many others, I […]
  • Korea re-exports coffee house concepts

    Andrew Hetzel
    1 Oct 2014 | 3:39 am
    Successful Korean coffee retail cafe chains like Caffe Bene and Paris Baguette already have dozens of locations within the United States and are eyeballing thousands of units in the next decade. What makes these brands so appealing to American consumers and can they beat Starbucks at the game it invented? Read my comments in today’s […]
  • Where 100-point coffee grading systems fail

    Andrew Hetzel
    26 Sep 2014 | 1:42 pm
    The latest issue of Cafe Culture Magazine includes my article, “The Good of Taste Subjectivity,” that looks that the shortcomings of traditional 100-point coffee evaluation systems and urges the industry to be more inclusive with its descriptions. The Good of Taste Subjectivity It’s important that we debunk the popular myth that professional coffee cuppers provide […]
 
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  • The Smart Reason We Waste Our Dollars On Coffee

    25 May 2015 | 1:31 pm
    We adore coffee, and we’ll pay more than we need to for it, even after a devastating recession that left permanent scars on our memories. That says something about our odd human nature, but also about where entrepreneurial opportunities lie ahead.When the global economy began circling the drain in 2008, Starbucks began laying off employees and shuttering stores. Experts debated whether Starbucks could hang on much longer. “[H]onestly, I’m over it,” Dan Macsai wrote in BusinessWeek. “And apparently, so are you.” At the time, Starbucks had 15,000 stores in 44 countries, and Macsai…
  • Coffee’s Next Generation of Roasters

    25 May 2015 | 1:27 pm
    After the success of once-scrappy roasters, such as California’s Blue Bottle and Portland’s Stumptown, a new generation of small shops is reshaping America’s coffee obsessionABOUT 15 YEARS AGO, a handful of small-time roasters set out to revolutionize their industry by approaching a cup of coffee with a chef’s reverence for ingredients and a bartender’s flair for presentation. They pioneered a direct-trade system, sourcing beans straight from farms around the world. Thanks to their efforts, America fell in love with flavorful, fragrant single-origin coffees and expertly crafted…
  • Saving coffee from extinction

    25 May 2015 | 1:21 pm
    Photo: Jenny Williams/RBG KewTwo billion cups of coffee are drunk around the world every day and 25 million families rely on growing coffee for a living. Over the past 15 years, consumption of the drink has risen by 43% - but researchers are warning that the world's most popular coffee, Arabica, is under threat.Although there are 124 known species of coffee, most of the coffee that's grown comes from just two - Arabica and Robusta.Robusta makes up about 30% of global coffee production, and is mainly used for instant coffee. As the name implies, it is a strong plant - but for many, its taste…
  • Artsy coffee chain Blue Bottle brews long queues in Tokyo

    25 May 2015 | 1:14 pm
    In this April 27, 2015 photo, Michael Lin, 35, right, and Emily Chiu, 33, left, both travelers from Taipei, speak during an interview at a coffee shop of Blue Bottle Coffee Inc., in Tokyo. Japan, famous for green tea, is welcoming artisanal American coffee roaster Blue Bottle with long lines that have at times meant a four-hour wait for a cup. (AP Photo / Shuji Kajiyama)TOKYO (AP) - Japan, famous for green tea, is welcoming artisanal American coffee roaster Blue Bottle with long lines that have at times meant a four-hour wait for a cup.The company, which began in Oakland, California in 2002,…
  • Literally & Figuratively Coffee Keeps You Up!

    25 May 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Couple Of Cups Of Coffee A Day May Keep Erectile Dysfunction AwayCoffee may offer more of a "lift" than thought; men suffering from erectile dysfunction linked to obesity or hypertension may get some help with their problem from a few cups of coffee day, a study indicates.Men who consume two or three cups of coffee, and its caffeine, each day are less prone to erectile dysfunction (ED) than counterparts who consume little or no caffeine, researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston found.The study found an association between caffeine intake and lowered incidence…
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  • Perfect Cold-Brewed Iced Coffee

    Carolyn
    7 May 2015 | 2:47 pm
    Eight years old, nine, ten. Sunday morning eggs and bacon. The bewitching sputter-gurgle-pop of Mom and Dad’s coffee brewing on the counter. On a bold day, you might ask for a little bit of coffee milk. You’d tip the cup to your mouth with a pinkie aloft, because who was to say you wouldn’t turn out to be that […]
  • On grief, in springtime.

    Carolyn
    1 May 2015 | 1:38 pm
    I learned a lot this week. I learned what it’s like to say goodbye to the last member of a whole generation. That it feels like a seismic shift. A sudden reframing of our place in the world. A time to talk about goals and plan big things. That change begets change, all on its […]
  • August in Seville

    Carolyn
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:35 am
    You might remember when we left Málaga last summer. We belly-crawled like Navy SEALs out of our hotel in the middle of the night and shared the back of a pickup with live chickens as we hitchhiked our way to Seville. Whatever it took to escape to a place more fitting before the clock struck midnight on Cope’s […]
  • A Hot Mess: Grilled Cheese with Sauerkraut and Dijon

    Carolyn
    16 Apr 2015 | 8:43 am
    Of course I knew it wasn’t a good idea to search “hot mess” on Urban Dictionary. Maybe it’s because I watched the whole two seasons of Broad City in as many days, but I couldn’t stop myself anyway. Turns out it wasn’t a good idea. It was a great idea. Here’s what the top entry said: […]
  • Nut Loaf. Trust Me.

    Carolyn
    9 Apr 2015 | 10:34 am
    Yesterday evening at 5:23 we were slipping pungent, silky pieces of Taleggio onto a few crackers for a snack and settling in to start our homework. Then, in a surge, the lights went out, and everything that beeps was beeping. We heard a noise so loud that I’m convinced I saw it. And the telephone pole with the […]
 
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    Coffee & Conservation

  • Starbucks CAFÉ Practices at Daily Coffee News

    JulieCraves
    18 May 2015 | 5:25 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. I have written a post at Daily Coffee News providing an overview and fresh update on the coffee sourcing standards of Starbucks, known as the CAFÉ Practices program. Check it […] Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Rainforest Alliance drastically revises shade requirement

    JulieCraves
    28 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. The Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) is revising the standards used for Rainforest Alliance certification; this review process takes place every few years. Over the last decade, revisions have introduced a […] Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Caribou Coffee sourcing update

    JulieCraves
    24 Mar 2015 | 7:45 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. Unfortunately, Caribou no longer discloses the amount of coffee they buy, but it is still all Rainforest Alliance certified. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Corporate money and pseudo-certifications

    JulieCraves
    17 Mar 2015 | 7:41 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. In return for financial support that represents a tiny fraction of profits, large corporations are receiving “endorsements” in the form of product badges promoting health benefits or sustainability efforts — despite the fact that many of these corporations have rotten sustainability records. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Keurig purchasing less certified coffee

    JulieCraves
    11 Mar 2015 | 7:24 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. Keurig Green Mountain is buying more and more coffee, but less of it is eco-certified. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
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  • Coffitivity and The Concentration Formula

    Sky Andersen
    27 May 2015 | 1:20 pm
    It was a pleasant cafe, warm and clean and friendly, and I hung up my old water-proof on the coat rack to dry and put my worn and weathered felt hat on the rack above the bench and ordered a cafe au lait. The waiter brought it and I took out a notebook from the pocket of the coat and a pencil and started to write. ~ Ernest Hemingway It can be incredibly discouraging to be a writer. Inspiration comes and goes, but when it goes- you’re left with a searching and restless mind. When the words come easily, there’s not a whole lot more that truly satisfies your soul than seeing your thoughts…
  • Coffee Boosts Mood

    alex
    20 Feb 2015 | 1:51 pm
      Feeling a little down today? In our past blog post Coffee and Your Health: Current Findings, it was stated that coffee increases dopamine (a “feel-good” chemical) production in your brain, which in turn reduces symptoms of depression, especially in women. Unaware of this benefit, I decided to research this a little more to see exactly how coffee affects the stimulation of dopamine and how this can help improve your mood. In case you didn’t know, dopamine is a neurotransmitter known for activating pleasure-enhancing properties by signaling reward within certain parts of your…
  • Back Stage: Secrets from the Barista

    admin
    22 Sep 2014 | 2:10 pm
    The life of a barista isn’t always easy—after all, a barista has to be cheerful and on his or her toes at 5am when the morning rush begins. However, despite the challenges, working as a “coffee slinger” has its rewards. Consider these secrets about the coffee business I learned from my days as a barista. -Even when kept warm, old coffee is NOT good coffee. We had a policy at my store that coffee had to be tossed and remade every 30 minutes. When I first started, I thought that was a little crazy. However, after taste testing fresh coffee, 30-minute-old coffee and hour old coffee (all…
  • Coffee and Your Health: Current Findings

    admin
    17 Jun 2014 | 9:37 am
    One week we hear on the news that coffee has detrimental effects on the body; the next, we read on a CBSnews.com blog that coffee reduces depression. With so much flip-flopping over coffee and its effect on your health, how do we know what to believe? It’s a good idea to go beyond the headline and lede when you see the words “scientific study” attached to any news item. I’ve discovered that, in many cases, these studies are funded by special interest groups. A PR firm hired by a popular coffee brand might fund a study to show that coffee lowers cholesterol as a retort to a big…
  • Green Tea and the “Feel Good Float”

    admin
    4 Jun 2014 | 8:39 am
    Have you ever felt a bit euphoric after a strong cup of quality green tea? No, this is not a coincidence of any kind — instead, this phenomenon known as “tea drunk” or “tea-induced euphoria” comes from a tiny little chemical unique to green tea: Theanine. Theanine is an amino acid that makes up about half of the total amount of amino acids found in green tea. It adds to the aromatics and delicious flavor profile of green tea. Theanine promotes better absorption of antioxidants. Studies have shown that theanine has been found to enhance certain cancer-fighting drugs while…
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  • What Exactly Makes a Coffee an Americano Coffee?

    Tim
    27 May 2015 | 3:40 pm
    Image: Linh Nguyen/Flickr For those already in the know, coffee drinkers who enjoy drip coffee but don’t have access to it have found that an Americano coffee is the perfect substitute. And lovers of the Americano coffee style may be so committed, that it’s all they drink, whether they enjoy it hot or over ice. Either way, the recipe for making an Americano coffee is simple: one just pulls a single or double shot of espresso using an espresso maker, pours it into a cup, and then adds hot water (often boiling) in an equal or slightly greater amount. With an Americano coffee, the fragrant…
  • The Rich History of Coffee: Separating Fact from Fiction

    Tim
    20 May 2015 | 1:52 pm
    You might not give your coffee a second thought when you take that first sip in the morning. But as it so happens, your beloved morning cup of joe has a very interesting backstory. Let’s delve into the true history of coffee, to see where this beverage finds its origins. Mysterious Origins of Coffee Regarding the history of coffee, its initial discovery is shrouded in mystery, but there are a few legends. As one story tells it, a traveling Sufi mystic who went by the rather lengthy moniker Ghothul Akbar Nooruddin Abu al-Hasan al-Shadhili was trekking through Ethiopia when he noticed that a…
  • Latte Art Makes Beautiful Coffee Pictures on Social Media

    Tim
    19 May 2015 | 2:36 pm
    Image: Morten Rand-Hendriksen/Flickr If you’ve had a dine-in latte at a neighborhood coffee house, chances are pretty good that the foam on top of your coffee has been decorated with a beautiful design. Those in the know refer to this as “latte art,” a practice that’s actually been around for a few decades now. Even if you haven’t had the pleasure of a professional barista using your latte as a canvas for his or her design, you’ve probably seen pictures of coffee art on social media. After all, what better way to start your day than with coffee – especially when it features…
  • How Is Decaf Coffee Made?

    Tim
    15 May 2015 | 11:38 am
    Image: Ronnie Pitman/Flickr Decaf coffee tends to be regarded as one of those eternal mysteries. If the coffee bean naturally contains caffeine, then how in the world is that caffeine extracted? We might speculate idly over this conundrum with friends, but the conversation invariably moves on to more important topics, like cellphones and vacation plans. And still, the question often remains unsolved. So once and for all, let’s take a look at how decaf coffee is actually made. Three Methods for How Decaf Coffee Is Made Actually, there are three methods by which our coffee loses its precious…
  • How Coffee Shop Music Became a Musical Genre

    Tim
    12 May 2015 | 7:29 am
    The next time you’re enjoying a cup of java at your favorite local coffee purveyor, pay attention to the music emanating from the house sound system. Those soothing yet engaging sounds you’re hearing might be classified as any number of musical genres, and they can come from just about any era. And yet, they all share a certain essence, don’t they? They’re smooth and melodious enough to sit in the background, with just enough musical tension to make them engaging. That perfect balance between softness and edge makes them the ideal soundscape for a place like a coffeehouse. Think about…
 
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    coffeestylish.com

  • Pour Over Iced Coffee (Japanese iced coffee method)

    Danijela
    18 May 2015 | 11:53 am
    Achieve iced coffee perfection using this simple instant cold-pour-over technique. This Japanese iced coffee is loaded with great flavors, always freshly brewed and will give you a first class iced coffee. The technique is simple, yet genius. It calls for the same coffee grounds to water ratio like when making regular coffee, with one difference: […]
  • Favorites: Best drip coffee makers (10-12 cup)

    Danijela
    2 May 2015 | 12:23 pm
    I know that finding just the right coffee maker isn’t easy. Far from it, actually. So, I thought it would be helpful to share few of my favorite drip coffee makers. But those good, classic 10 to 12 cup models. All these are pretty simple to use, some make relatively good coffee but are affordable, […]
  • 15 fantastic iced coffee recipes | I’m lovin’ it

    Danijela
    15 Mar 2015 | 8:23 am
    If you are looking for iced coffee recipes, you are going to love this round up! I found some really amazing recipes and I’m sharing them with you today… Lavender-Honey Iced Latte at Offbeat + Inspired Mocha Coconut and Fresh Mint Iced Coffees from How Sweet It Is S’mores Iced Coffee at A Night Owl […]
  • Keurig Problems and How to Solve Them

    Danijela
    22 Feb 2015 | 9:42 pm
    Your Keurig won’t brew a full cup, it turns on/off by itself or it just seems broken – then then this episode is for you. Today, we’re covering a really important topic: how to solve the most common Keurig problems. It’s important to say that Keurig machines are not as durable as coffee maker used […]
  • Starbucks Verismo Recipes , Simplified

    Danijela
    10 Feb 2015 | 8:39 am
    Welcome back! Today I’m doing a post on how to make Starbucks Verismo drinks at home, as requested. Now, with the Verismo brewers, you can use classic recipes but, I will also show you how you can use certain products strategically to get the perfect result – and spend less. Below you’ll find a collection […]
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    Coffee Bean Direct Blog

  • Simple Pour Over Coffee: How to Hario

    Kate
    15 May 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Why would a person make drip coffee by hand, when there are machines for that? If you’ve noticed the line moving more slowly at your local fancy coffee shop, pour over coffee may be to blame. The basic process involves pouring water by hand in a slow stream through grounds in a filter to produce a single cup or small batch. If this sounds like what your drip machine does, but slowly and with lots of room for human error, you are correct. So why is this popular? Pour over is known for having a fuller, more complex flavor than automatic drip coffee, and a brighter, less heavy flavor than…
  • How to Brew Loose Leaf Iced Tea

    Kate
    25 Feb 2015 | 6:54 am
    If you are a loose leaf tea fan, you probably know how to brew your favorite teas. If you don’t, we tried to make it simple on our Tattle Tea site by providing some general guidelines as well as specific brewing instructions for each tea, including amount of tea, ideal water temperature and steep time. However, that’s per cup, hot. How does that translate to iced, especially if you’re used to throwing a bunch of teabags in a pitcher? Hot water brewing is an easy place to start. This method creates a concentrate that you can then pour over ice and can serve immediately.
  • How to Throw a Weird and Wonderful Office Baby Shower

    Kate
    29 Jan 2015 | 2:25 pm
    Today we threw the mother of all baby showers for our COO Marcie. In celebration of the much anticipated baby Walter and his Greekness, there were Gyros, togas, columns dripping with plastic grapes, and the delicious love child of two wonderful things: baklavacheesecake. Here are the ingredients for a great baby party: 1. A radiant pregnant woman in a gold laurel headpiece.   2.  Your coworkers wearing their bed sheets.   3. High hair.   4. A ton of delicious food.   5. Art projects/creepy souvenirs (below: design-a-onesie and the play-dough baby challenge).   6.
  • Behind The Mugshot: Tristan

    Kate
    23 Dec 2014 | 1:55 pm
    In case you haven’t heard, #MugshotMonday is a weekly feature in the world of social media in which our staff steals the spotlight from our handsome coffee and tea.  You can find our mugshots on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and follow along for more behind the scenes photos, new products, and discounts on staff favorites. Meet Tristan, our Copy Writer and and one of our No-Shave November mugshots. Here he ponders a world without whiskers, dabbles in deflection, and shares a glimpse of his Dark Black soul. You are our Copy Writer, but if you could assign yourself an…
  • Matcha: 800 years of history, culture, and wisdom in a neat little can

    CBD
    14 Nov 2014 | 8:35 am
    It only took us 8 centuries, but Coffee Bean Direct is proud to say, “we finally carry matcha!” Famous for being the only tea used in the formal Japanese Tea Ceremony known as chado or “the way of tea,” matcha is stone ground green tea powder. Only the highest quality shade grown green tea is used. The soft and supple leaves at the top of the tea plant are picked by hand then processed to remove the veins, stems, and impurities. The result, known as tencha, is stone ground into a fine powder. Over-grinding can give matcha a burnt taste, so the process must be done very slowly and…
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    WordPress.com News

  • New Themes: Apostrophe and Canard

    sarah semark
    28 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    Happy Theme Thursday! Today, WordPress.com welcomes two new free themes to its collection: Apostrophe and Canard. Apostrophe With a pared-down design and bold images, Apostrophe is ideally suited to magazine-style sites, like travelogues, fashion blogs, or foodie sites. It’s an update of Semicolon, built by Automattic’s own Konstantin Kovshenin. Apostrophe supports Social Links Menus, Featured Images, Site Logos, Post Formats, Custom Menus, Widgets, Custom Backgrounds, and Custom Headers. Read more about Apostrophe on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site from…
  • Web Publishing for All! Introducing Community Translator Tools

    Julian de Bhál
    26 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    Publishing tools for everyone Roughly half of the content and traffic on the internet is in English1, yet English is the mother tongue of only about a quarter of internet users2, and less than 5% of the world’s population.3 We believe that WordPress.com should be for everyone, not just English speakers — it’s why we already serve WordPress in 131 languages — but we want to make it even more accessible.4 To keep so many languages up to date we need to make it radically easier for non-English speaking communities to help with translation. We’re proud to announce…
  • Street Photography: Seven Photos

    Krista
    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    It’s no secret that I love to pore through the street photography tag in the WordPress.com Reader and share images that catch my attention. Join me on another trip around the world as seen through the eyes (and lenses!) of these seven skilled photographers. This arresting image of a bird in a car — juxtaposed against the unknowing elderly man passing by — mesmerizes me. Taken by Beirut photographer Ghaleb Cabbabé, there’s an element of the macabre about this photograph that I find intriguing. The odd bird and the filthy windscreen create a certain palpable sinister…
  • Eventbrite Now Available for All of WordPress.com

    Kirk Wight
    12 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    We’re excited to announce big updates to our Eventbrite integration: your events can now be displayed right on your WordPress.com site, no matter what theme you use! Enjoy Eventbrite, regardless of theme In 2013, we launched two Eventbrite themes to help you promote your events. Since then, we’ve gotten requests from users to extend that functionality more broadly on WordPress.com. Today, we’ve rolled out our Eventbrite integration to all users, which means you are no longer limited to only using the Eventbrite themes to promote your events. You can now connect to…
  • New Theme: Gazette

    Thomas Guillot
    7 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    It’s Theme Thursday, and we’re happy to launch a brand new free theme. Gazette Gazette, designed by yours truly, is a clean and flexible theme perfectly suited for minimalist magazine-style sites, personal blogs, or any content-rich site. It allows you to highlight specific articles on the homepage, and to balance readability with a powerful use of photography — all in a layout that works on any device. Gazette also supports the following popular features: Custom Colors, Custom Header, Custom Menu, Social Links, Site Logo, Featured Images, and Widgets. Read more about Gazette on the…
 
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    Coffee Area

  • Coffee RoundUp: Coffee Made in Space, Coffee and Climate Change, Poverty…

    Admin
    5 May 2015 | 7:40 pm
    The post Coffee RoundUp: Coffee Made in Space, Coffee and Climate Change, Poverty… appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItIn today’s Coffee Roundup from CoffeeArea.org, we have picked out 7 interesting articles that deserve your reading it. They are: Coffee Made in Space, Effect of Climate Change on Coffee, Alleviating Poverty through Coffee, Having Coffee with the Police Chief, Genius Uses of Coffee and Learning Life Skills through a Coffee Shop. 1. First Space Coffee, Ever! from International Space…
  • Coffee Roundup: Coffee Benefits, Coffee Apps, Events and More

    Admin
    11 Apr 2015 | 6:42 pm
    The post Coffee Roundup: Coffee Benefits, Coffee Apps, Events and More appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItToday’s coffee roundup news will be focusing on the latest coffee gadgets in the market, health benefits of coffee, socializing with cops over a cup of coffee, current coffee conferences, working with local coffee farmers. Coffee-roundup 1. Caffeine in Coffee Protects Against Skin Cancer: (http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2015/04/caffeine-in-coffee-protects-against-skin-cancer) According to the…
  • Factors Related with Health When Drinking Coffee

    Admin
    1 Apr 2015 | 5:45 pm
    The post Factors Related with Health When Drinking Coffee appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItThe Right Ways to Have Coffee From onedollarbar.com << 6 Healthy Factors to Keep in Mind When Having Coffee THE TIMING: When is the best time to drink coffee? Since caffeine stays in your body for quite a while, you should drink it many hours before going to bed. 2 p.m. is usually the best time. Also, it should be drunk while having a meal. But, if you find that drinking it by 2 p.m. still interferes with your…
  • 6 Healthy Factors to Keep in Mind When Having Coffee

    Admin
    23 Mar 2015 | 5:43 pm
    The post 6 Healthy Factors to Keep in Mind When Having Coffee appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItHealthy Factors to Keep in Mind When Having Coffee Growing up, we are surrounded by a whole load of misconceptions that make us develop an unexplainable dislike for coffee. By falling for these beliefs – such as coffee causes insomnia, indigestion and headaches, we end up programming our bodies and minds to desist from ever drinking this beverage. Thus, when the time comes for us to take our first sip of coffee,…
  • Coffee Roundup:Recipes and Coffee News After St. Patrick’s Day

    Admin
    18 Mar 2015 | 7:31 pm
    The post Coffee Roundup:Recipes and Coffee News After St. Patrick’s Day appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItWelcome to Coffeearea’s leading source of the best coffee news. Today we’ll be looking at the most expensive coffee in town, why everyone is so much into cold brew coffee, the right amount of coffee that you should be drinking, decoding of various coffee words, the new bulletproof coffee, using coffee to maximize your health benefits and a special St. Patrick’s Day coffee recipe. 1.
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    Coffee Brew Guides

  • Brewing Ratios for Dummies

    Garrett Oden
    20 May 2015 | 3:34 pm
    Reading coffee brewing guides can be quite confusing if you’re not familiar with how coffee brewing ratios work. They aren’t complicated, but can appear confusing without a good explanation of the math and reasoning behind their purpose and use. After reading this guide, you should be a ratio master! Just like all variables, ratios are about manipulating strength and yield to achieve the greatest cup possible. A jar of water poured on top of a single coffee bean is not going to make a very strong cup of coffee. That same amount of water poured over 60 beans will be relatively…
  • Crema.co – A New Specialty Coffee Marketplace

    Garrett Oden
    31 Mar 2015 | 11:32 am
    Coffee is not new to online marketplaces, but the landscape is changing. Some of these multi-roaster marketplaces have focused on technology, photography, or internationally-recognized roasters, but a new player is joining the league – one that focuses on the origin. Crema.co seems to be the answered prayer to many coffee enthusiasts, professionals, and average drinkers who are concerning about their buying habits. Where is the money going? Are the farmers receiving a legitimate wage? Who even grows my coffee? All of these questions will be answered with the up and coming Crema.co…
  • You Never Know Until You Try – Curious Tea Review

    Garrett Oden
    25 Mar 2015 | 1:30 pm
    I've started to realize that tea deserves a similar appreciate to that which I give to coffee. It's diverse, flavorful, and is going through a revolution akin to the one that specialty coffee has experienced in the last fifteen years. Don't hear me wrong, my deep, cultish love for coffee is not under threat, but tea is making its way up the ladder of things I appreciate on a deeper level. The good people at Curious Tea generously offered to allow me to try a few of the teas they've offered in their monthly subscription in 2015. Their gift package included two high-end offerings: Formosa Jade…
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    Roast Lab Coffee Blog

  • Baratza Settings

    Matt Brock
    20 May 2015 | 11:20 am
    Not sure why I am just finding the Baratza official suggested grind settings but this is a helpful chart and starting point. I tend to move a little finer than some of these but everyone should start somewhere and then adjust according to your preferences. 
  • 19 May 2015 | 12:30 pm

    Matt Brock
    19 May 2015 | 12:30 pm
    I ultimately decided to back the IKAWA Roaster. Now comes the long wait as the team at IKAWA starts to fill the orders. The estimated ship date is February 2016 but I hope they take their time and get it right. This is a fairly pricey item to back on Kickstarter but I weighed the risks as I perceived them and am happy to be a backer of what I think could be a phenomenal product. First, my biggest complaint with my current roasting set up is having to do it out in the garage. The change in the ambient temperature makes it very hard to dial in consistent roasts with my Fresh Roast. The…
  • IKAWA Roaster Finally Lands

    Matt Brock
    5 May 2015 | 9:19 am
    I first heard about the IKAWA and wrote about it over a year ago. I am happy to say the IKAWA has launched on Kickstarter. I am really excited about it and what it may be able to do.Part of my excitement is it seems it can be used right in your kitchen. As I have state before, I currently roast on a Fresh Roast SR500 which is best suited in a garage. I don't roast much during the cold months. The other part of my excitement around the IKAWA is the app that will be integrated into the system. Not only can you record, track and monitor your roasts but it sounds like there will be a…
  • By Hand

    Matt Brock
    18 Apr 2015 | 4:37 pm
    Building a workbench without a workbench is hard. But, Building a workbench without handtool skills is just dumb. The first time I roasted a batch of coffee it was so under roasted it wouldn't even grind. I wish there was a grinder big enough to shred my workbench into a fine powder. I was pretty naive to believe my first major hand tool project should be to make the most important tool in the shop. I'm going to finish this god forsaken workbench but I am not ruling out buying one. I am sure I would be breaking some sort of woodworking code buy doing so but the monstrosity I have…
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    Matt Brock
    20 Mar 2015 | 6:25 am
    Chris Kresser takes on the long held belief of coffee being an unhealthy vice and explains why most people don't need to feel guilty for having their 3rd or 4th daily cup.In his latest podcast Chris lays out all the reasons why coffee is actually healthy....for most people. I follow most of Chris' work in the health and nutrition world. His research of research is as good as anyone's and I really respect his opinions. He isn't a die hard "paleo" guy but more of a natural foods and natural living guy. He is a also a firm believer in everybody being different. Still, he lays out a…
 
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    Freaky Coffee

  • What is a Coffee Percolator: Knowing the difference.

    Vili
    22 May 2015 | 7:43 am
    Thе coffee percolator once reigned supreme in the world of coffee making. Sadly today the coffee community has long since outmoded any use for a coffee percolator. With more convenient, electrical and automatic brewing options available, this almost ancient brewing has been restrained use primarily around the camp fire. What even is a Coffee Percolator? Thе “coffee percolator” wаѕ dеrіvеd frоm the word “percolate,” whісh means “tо саuѕе a ѕоlvеnt to pass thrоugh.” The реrсоlаtоr wоrkѕ bу kееріng thе boiling water uр…
  • What is a Cat Cafe: Love Of Coffee Gone A Little Too Far

    Vili
    3 May 2015 | 9:59 am
    There are many types of cafes around the world for coffee lovers to sit down and enjoy a good quality drink, but one craze at the moment in Singapore and now New York City is the Cat Café. This new craze has caused a huge split in public opinion. What is a Cat Cafe? A Cat Café is where you can sit down and enjoy a hot drink surrounded by cats. The idea behind it is for cat lovers to have a place where they can mix with cats in a relaxed environment, but is the cat café a fad. According to the majority of people who have been asked, the answer is yes. Many believe cat cafes will be a thing…
  • Coffee to the End: To Coffee Enema or Not to Coffee Enema.

    Vili
    26 Apr 2015 | 3:21 pm
    Coffee is a deliciously, energizing beverage, enjoyed all over the world over for countless generations. However, recent findings are finding it to be more than just a pick-me-up. We have the German’s of the 1920s to thank for what alternative medicine practitioners now purport to cure the body of practically everything. By taking in coffee through the rear in the form of an enema, the wacky generation that was also into eugenics claimed that it helped the gastro-intestinal tract. Not good enough, this list soon grew into one that included curing tuberculosis, killing cancer and removing…
  • How To Find A Coffee Machine: What Coffee Maker Suits You?

    Vili
    25 Apr 2015 | 1:03 pm
    If you want to find out how to buy a coffee machine, then you have come to the right place! When choosing a coffee machine, there are plenty of things that you need to think about. You need to think about how much coffee you need out of each application, what type of coffee you would like to make and even the price of the coffee itself so you’ll want to make sure that you fully explore your options before you make your final decision. Take a look below to see what coffee makers are available and how they work! Filter Coffee Machines Filter coffee machines come in different volumes.
  • Make Your Favorite Starbucks Drinks from Home

    Vili
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:52 pm
    Starbucks is the empire of the coffee world. The leaders in the speciality coffee industry and with more than 80 000 different beverages according to a recent article by the Huffington Post it’s no surprise. But I often wonder as I am sure many others have what the secret to Starbuck’s success is? Forbes suggests three reasons Starbucks are the powerhouse of the coffee world. These were A place for everyone Ambiance Convenience Not one of which has anything to do with the coffee or even the quality of the coffee. So I figure what better place than the comfort of your own home to provide…
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