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  • Coming Soon: Starbucks Delivery

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    Adam Brotman
    18 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    We've received a lot of requests for Starbucks delivery through My Starbucks Idea as well as from fans through social media. Well we've heard you loud and clear—and have been looking into different ways to provide this service to customers. Today, I'm proud to announce two ways we are making this idea a reality. The first is through a strategic collaboration with Postmates, a leading on-demand delivery service which will allow customers to order their food or beverage items via the Starbucks mobile app and receive on-demand delivery within defined areas. This Starbucks…
  • Top 3 Ways to Re-use Your Coffee Grounds

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    James Grierson
    22 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    According to the latest figures from the World Resources Institute over 7 million tons of coffee is consumed around the world each year. In the UK the average person uses 2.8kg, in the USA 4.2kg, but Finland comes top with a whopping 12kg per person. Consumption of 7 million tons of coffee will produce an estimated 5.6 millions tons (dry weight) of coffee grounds for disposal; assuming that 20% is extracted in making each cup of coffee. This is enough waste to fill Wembley stadium over 140,000 times. This may seem like a large amount of waste. But coffee decomposes fairly quickly so the waste…
  • Here’s what our partners achieved in 2014

    Coffee Kids » Blog
    kristina.morris
    7 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am
    By Rebecca Singer In 2014 Coffee Kids worked with 9 partners in 5 countries in Latin America. With our support, our partners were able to implement programs that helped their members diversify their income, achieve food security, educate their children, and strengthen their own communities. As we have for 26 years, in 2014 Coffee Kids partnered with over 100 coffee-growing communities to improve the lives and livelihoods of more than 14,000 coffee farmers and their families and to support them as they build a better future for themselves and their families. I encourage you to read through…
  • Behmor 1600 Coffee Roaster, BC Cobb

    CoffeeGeek.com
    26 Mar 2015 | 10:23 am
    Bottom Line: A machine that's hot in the reviews and hype, but when it comes to roasting beans to 2C, it's not.Read review...
  • Hebrews Coffee

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    Bill
    23 Mar 2015 | 8:58 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Hebrews Coffee Location: Springfield, MO WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] I am a tremendous fan of the noble pun. What better to insert into a conversation than a clever exploitation of different uses of similar sounding words? I trace my fervent love of witty word play to my days in Montana when I studied under a man who greatly regarded
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  • Top 3 Ways to Re-use Your Coffee Grounds

    James Grierson
    22 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    According to the latest figures from the World Resources Institute over 7 million tons of coffee is consumed around the world each year. In the UK the average person uses 2.8kg, in the USA 4.2kg, but Finland comes top with a whopping 12kg per person. Consumption of 7 million tons of coffee will produce an estimated 5.6 millions tons (dry weight) of coffee grounds for disposal; assuming that 20% is extracted in making each cup of coffee. This is enough waste to fill Wembley stadium over 140,000 times. This may seem like a large amount of waste. But coffee decomposes fairly quickly so the waste…
  • The Best Irish Coffee in the World

    Jim Slaughter
    17 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    I happen to make the best Irish Coffee in the world. I learned how to do this in a small mesón in Madrid, but I have since gotten even better at it than the bartender at that establishment, where I studied long and hard under his tutelage. The Recipe One Irish Coffee glass (preferably with shamrocks and a gold rim), failing that, any smallish glass about 5 or 6 fl. oz. One long shot of good espresso Two fingers of decent Irish Whiskey (Jameson or Bushmills) Two tablespoons brown sugar FRESH heavy cream, laced with a dollop of white sugar, beaten until it’s the consistency of custard,…
  • The Coffee Avocado Shake

    Michael Allen Smith
    10 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    About a month ago I was at a potluck and a woman from the Philippines brought a pitcher of full of “avocado shakes”. The shake was made of blended avocados with added coffee. At first I was skeptical that the combination of avocado and coffee would taste good together. But it did. It tasted really good. It was sweet, creamy and bold all at the same time. In addition to the Philippines, I learned the avocado shake is popular in Vietnam, where it is called Sinh to Bo. It tasted so good, I’ve been experimenting with several versions of this drink. Before I share my recipe, I…
  • Making Coffee With the Cowboy Joe Coffee Brewer

    Michael Allen Smith
    27 Feb 2015 | 11:00 am
    I recently had the opportunity to test out the Cowboy Joe Coffee Brewer. The Cowboy Joe is a single cup plastic coffee brewer with a hole in the bottom that takes a standard 8-12 cup basket coffee filter. A plastic plug is placed inside a drain hole to allow the coffee to steep. Once the brew is complete, the plug is removed and the coffee exits directly into the mug. The light weight and small size of the Cowboy Joe Coffee brewer makes it a candidate for traveling and camping. Unlike a french press or other brewers, there is no risk of breakage. The only concern I see is losing the plug.
  • Making Lampshades and Flowers With Used Coffee Filters

    Michael Allen Smith
    24 Feb 2015 | 2:59 pm
    Here on INeedCoffee we are always interested in seeing what artistic things can be created using coffee. We have three different galleries by different artists that have used coffee grounds to create amazing artwork. Vilma Silveira Farrell takes a different path. Instead of using the coffee grounds, she takes used coffee filters to make her artwork. In a series of emails, I learned that Vilma collects used coffee filters from coffee shops. The filters are cleaned and dried. At this point the filters are dyed to get the color needed. If the color is you want is a dark brown, the coffee…
 
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  • Here’s what our partners achieved in 2014

    kristina.morris
    7 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am
    By Rebecca Singer In 2014 Coffee Kids worked with 9 partners in 5 countries in Latin America. With our support, our partners were able to implement programs that helped their members diversify their income, achieve food security, educate their children, and strengthen their own communities. As we have for 26 years, in 2014 Coffee Kids partnered with over 100 coffee-growing communities to improve the lives and livelihoods of more than 14,000 coffee farmers and their families and to support them as they build a better future for themselves and their families. I encourage you to read through…
  • Coffee Kids funds projects in 2015

    kristina.morris
    26 Feb 2015 | 9:30 am
    The Coffee Kids Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Coffee Kids has been able to disburse funding to some of our partners. While Coffee Kids ceased programming at the end of 2014, during this period of transition, the Board decided to support several of our partners in 2015 with small grants. The following organizations have received funding:   CDS in rural Oaxaca, Mexico, has received funding for the first of a three-stage program to develop businesses based on available agricultural and natural resources that will complement families’ coffee-farming activities, allowing…
  • Now available: Coffee Kids exclusive Dorie Hagler prints

    kristina.morris
    9 Feb 2015 | 2:22 pm
    We are selling six framed and matted 16 x 20 silver gelatin prints depicting scenes from Latin America’s coffeelands. Photographer Dorie Hagler took these photos for us many years ago on a program trip to Guatemala. She captured the spirit and beauty of coffee-farming communities, and now we are making them available to you. These photographs are valued at $900 each, however, prices are negotiable. Contact Executive Director Rebecca Singer or call 773.549.2653 to discuss the details. All proceeds will go toward funding for our partners and costs incurred during Coffee Kids’…
  • Coffee Kids Suspends Programming in 2015: A letter to our friends and supporters

    kristina.morris
    16 Dec 2014 | 4:45 am
    Dear Coffee Kids Friends and Supporters: For 26 years we have partnered with coffee-growing communities to improve the lives and livelihoods of coffee-farming families. We have been dedicated to supporting communities as they build their own vision of healthy, resilient communities. After serious deliberation, the Coffee Kids Board has decided to suspend programming, effective December 31, 2014. We will then search for an appropriate organization with which to merge. Understanding the time-sensitive nature of the situation, the deadline for this merger will be the end of the first quarter of…
  • Year after year, sustainability is built

    kristina.morris
    13 Nov 2014 | 8:50 am
    By Julia Baumgartner One early morning in October, the programs team headed north from Antigua, Guatemala, on a long, winding road, destined for San Gaspar Chajul, El Quiché. The speed bumps, potholes and misty mountain roads kept us from cruising too fast. Seven hours later, we rolled into our final destination: our partner ACMUV’s rustic posada. Women and young girls with red skirts, huipil blouses and pompoms wrapped in their hair walked slowly past cornfields in this colorful highland town with a brutal history and a strong Ixil presence. The programs team was here to meet with members…
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  • Coming Soon: Starbucks Delivery

    Adam Brotman
    18 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    We've received a lot of requests for Starbucks delivery through My Starbucks Idea as well as from fans through social media. Well we've heard you loud and clear—and have been looking into different ways to provide this service to customers. Today, I'm proud to announce two ways we are making this idea a reality. The first is through a strategic collaboration with Postmates, a leading on-demand delivery service which will allow customers to order their food or beverage items via the Starbucks mobile app and receive on-demand delivery within defined areas. This Starbucks…
  • Happy Member Mondays

    sbx_evan
    6 Mar 2015 | 6:12 am
    My Starbucks Rewards® members love getting rewards, and we love giving them. So when we saw all the ideas about expanding perks for rewards members, we just couldn’t help ourselves. Starting March 9, when you pay with your registered Starbucks Card or app, My Starbucks Rewards members can enjoy special Happy Monday offers from 2-5 pm every Monday in March at participating stores. March 9 – 30% off food, drinks, and moreMarch 16 – Two tea beverages for the price of oneMarch 23 – Free pastry when you buy any handcrafted drinkMarch 30 – Frappuccino Happy Hour…
  • Introducing Starbucks Reserve Subscriptions

    Chris Gimbl
    26 Feb 2015 | 9:58 am
    We have been seeing lots of excitement on My Starbucks Idea surrounding the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room and how to share that experience with the rest of the country.  One of our favorite ideas: Starbucks Reserve coffee delivery. Since we introduced our first Starbucks Reserve coffee in 2010, we knew we had something special to share. As the program has grown, so has our ability to source, roast, and share these unique, rare, and incredibly flavorful coffees. Through Starbucks Reserve, we’ve introduced dozens of amazing, small-lot coffees including our…
  • Coconut Milk Is Here!

    Christine Barone
    17 Feb 2015 | 3:49 am
    Thousands of you voted and commented about wanting a non-dairy, non-soy milk option, making it one of our most popular My Starbucks Ideas of all time. So we set out to find an option that offered the texture and experience of milk, plus a flavor to complement the richness of our espresso. We tested coconut milk in Cleveland, Oregon, and Los Angeles stores, seeking the input of countless customers and partners. The results were hugely successful, and we’re excited to announce that starting today our certified vegan, gluten free, and non-GMO verified coconut milk is available as a…
  • A Warm Welcome to Teavana® Hot Brewed Teas at Starbucks

    Cindy S
    12 Jan 2015 | 1:33 pm
    The cold weather is here and there is no better time to announce the launch of Teavana® Hot Brewed Teas at Starbucks® to join Teavana Shaken Iced Teas and Teavana loose leaf teas already sold in the lobby. We hear lots of great ideas all the time about new tea flavors, loose-leaf tea and more tea variety in general, so we hope you’re as excited about this switch as we are. The Teavana tea lineup will include classics like Earl Grey and Mint Majesty™, as well as more complex flavor combos like Passion Tango™, Youthberry® and Teavana® Oprah Chai. In addition to…
 
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  • Hebrews Coffee

    Bill
    23 Mar 2015 | 8:58 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Hebrews Coffee Location: Springfield, MO WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] I am a tremendous fan of the noble pun. What better to insert into a conversation than a clever exploitation of different uses of similar sounding words? I trace my fervent love of witty word play to my days in Montana when I studied under a man who greatly regarded
  • Mugged: Peru La Convencion [Caffe Vita]

    Bill
    17 Mar 2015 | 7:31 pm
    Subject: Caffe Vita Coffee Mugged: Peru La Convencion Rating [see key]: 4+ For a brief time in my life, I lived walking distance from a good coffeehouse called Rockford Coffee. Ironically it was also the poorest time in my life, so regular visits were not as regular as I would have liked, but when I could justify it, this coffeehouse was a pleasant haven for quality coffee and enjoying some
  • Modcup Coffee Co

    Bill
    12 Mar 2015 | 6:49 am
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Modcup Coffee Co Location: Jersey City, NJ WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] If you've ever sought a beautiful vista of the Manhattan skyline, Jersey City Heights is the place to get it. And while many a bustling NYC tourist won't go out of their way just for a photo opportunity, now one can completely legitimize the stop since Modcup Coffee
  • Coava Coffee Roasters

    Bill
    9 Mar 2015 | 6:16 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Coava Coffee Roasters Location: Portland, OR [Grand Ave location] WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] While Portland has tons of coffee establishments worthy of a visit, there are a few that have come to embody the city's coffee scene, not only for the quality coffee but also due to the beauty of their abode. Coava Coffee Roasters is one
  • Crema Coffee Roasters

    Bill
    2 Mar 2015 | 6:41 am
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Crema Coffee Roasters Location: Nashville, TN WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] One thing I really love to find in a coffeehouse is a feeling of camaraderie. A simple atmosphere of common bonds and good vibrations really makes the difference. Whether it exists as tight bonds between staff, customers or simply everyone who walks in, it
 
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  • 20 Count Variety Pack of Starbucks Coffee Single Cups for Keurig Brewer

    slyvestvega9
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:47 am
    This assortment is perfect for those looking to try multiple Starbucks coffee flavors or that just enjoy having a variety of blends to choose from. Not sold in stores and guaranteed fresh. Packaging may vary slightly from the photos. Only for use in Keurig Brewers. Product Features 20 assortedRead more…
  • Coppertop off Beltline is hidden 'breakfast-all-day' gem

    hmcclung
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:43 am
    Even though I love going to great places like Forequarter, Tornado Room and Heritage Tavern, some of my favorite places are those hole-in-the-wall, secret neighborhood places. There’s something I love about diner coffee, dining rooms that haven’t been redecorated since the early 90s and the regulars chatting in the corner. It’s an added bonus when the food is as good as it is a Coppertop Family Restaurant. Coppertop fits all of the qualifications of a quirky neighborhood spot – the regulars were chatting in the corner booth, the coffee was hot and fresh, and the…
  • If We Were Having Coffee.....

    somberscribbler
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:29 am
    If we were having coffee, I’d tell you this blog just turned a year old! I’m glad WordPress reminds me of these things. I knew it was sometime around now. If we were having coffee, I’d want you to tell me all about your week. I hope it was a good one with lots accomplished and time for fun. I’m going to need to take a few sips of coffee to warm up my voice before I attempt to speak. Yesterday was the annual university conference where all the various vision research projects get presented. I had a poster to present on one of the studies I am working on. I got to show…
  • Breaking Things ... Bad

    Mark Aldrich
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:27 am
    One of my superpowers is breaking things. (I have others; they just have not yet been revealed to me
  • Drink Clean: Affordable Non GMO Coffee

    Alyssa K.
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:19 am
    I picked this coffee up from Fry’s the other day and I really like it. There was a pretty wide
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  • 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 […]
  • Starbucks Rides the Seoul Train

    Andrew Hetzel
    30 Jun 2014 | 8:42 am
    It may come as a surprise to the average consumer that Seoul boasts the largest number of coffee shops in a single city; approximately 300 according to a recent report. Those working in the specialty coffee, however, are probably far from shocked by the statement. In the coffee business, South Korea’s capital and largest city […]
 
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  • Here’s How Much You’d Save by Dumping K-Cups for Traditional Brewed Coffee

    7 Mar 2015 | 11:37 am
    The inventor of K-Cups says he regrets coming up with the idea and doesn't even own a K-Cup machine.This week, the Atlantic ran a story in which John Sylvan, inventor of the K-Cup—the single-serve coffee pods that are increasingly taking over home and office counter space—dropped a bombshell. “I don’t have one. They’re kind of expensive to use,” Sylvan said of the K-Cup system he created. “Plus it’s not like drip coffee is tough to make.”This isn’t exactly like Henry Ford saying that he prefers bicycles to cars, or Steve Jobs praising the cost-effectiveness of a rotary…
  • The abominable k-cup coffee pod environment problem

    7 Mar 2015 | 11:33 am
    A Brewing ProblemWhat's the healthiest way to keep everyone caffeinated?“I don't have one. They're kind of expensive to use,” John Sylvan told me frankly, of Keurig K-Cups, the single-serve brewing pods that have fundamentally changed the coffee experience in recent years. “Plus it’s not like drip coffee is tough to make.” Which would seem like a pretty banal sentiment, were Sylvan not the inventor of the K-Cup.Almost one in three American homes now has a pod-based coffee machine, even though Sylvan never imagined they would be used outside of offices. Last year K-Cups accounted for…
  • Is the plastic used in Keurig K-Cups safe?

    7 Mar 2015 | 11:30 am
    As always more comments on the "wonderful" K-cup over at coffee detective. Mar 04, 2015yuckby: dee Nasty stuff! Don't use it!Mar 02, 2015plasticby: Anonymous Are you serious? Have you read the ingriedients in the junk? You will be hard pressed to even find any coffee in that mess. I can't believe people drink that crap.Feb 20, 2015Hivesby: Amy I have been getting hives all over my legs and arms for the past few weeks. The only thing tahat I have introduced in my daily routine has been k-cups Earl Grey and Jasmine tea. The hives go away by morning, but come back full blast…
  • It’s true: Americans like to drink bad coffee

    7 Mar 2015 | 11:25 am
    With upscale artisanal coffee brewers dotting city streets across the country, America might fancy itself a nation of high-end coffee drinkers.But just the opposite is true: People in this country, on the whole, are actually drinking worse coffee today than they have in the past. And the reason appears to be that they value cheapness over quality — and convenience over everything. "A lot of people in America would take a sip of single origin high-end coffee and not appreciate the taste," said Howard Telford, an industry analyst at market research firm Euromonitor."Price is important because…
  • The Microwave Trick To Fancy Foamed Latte Milk

    7 Mar 2015 | 11:23 am
    Cappuccinos are expensive. Macchiatos are too. But you know what's not pricey? Making those fancy espresso drinks at home. If you're thinking to yourself, "But I can't make those drinks, I don't have the proper tools, wah," we're here to tell you that yes, you can.You do not need a thousand-dollar piece of equipment to enjoy a little foamed milk with your caffeine fix. What you will need is a microwave (if you don't have one of those you can just stop reading right now), milk and a container. With those three items, a bit of shaking and the pressing of a couple of buttons, you'll be gifted…
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  • A Musical Visit to Tallinn and Helsinki

    Carolyn
    26 Mar 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Here’s something I don’t talk about much: I sing. Kind of a lot. Not just in the car (though, come on, definitely in the car), and usually not just that awkward kind of sidewalk singing where you’re wearing your noise-canceling Beats by Dre headphones and assume you sound awesome. (It’s not your fault — you paid […]
  • Colcannon Cheddar Skillet Cakes

    Carolyn
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:36 pm
    I was going to try to pass off this recipe as the perfect day-after meal for St. Patrick’s Day, to use up all your leftover colcannon. Then it would be your fault if you hadn’t made colcannon yesterday. What a shameful person of Irish and/or non-Irish descent, or actual Irishperson, you would have been. But […]
  • Crispy Shiitakes / Shiitake Bacon / House Arrest

    Carolyn
    11 Mar 2015 | 1:13 pm
    Ooh, baby. Just one look at these crispy, savory, slightly smoky shiitakes and I’m weak in the knees. Just kidding. The knee weakness is a result of muscle atrophy. And the muscle atrophy is from my house arrest. House arrest is our new term for snow days followed by Mom I’m Tired Can’t I Just […]
  • A Visit to Las Peñitas, Nicaragua

    Carolyn
    5 Mar 2015 | 8:57 am
    In February we spent a warm, relaxing week on the beach in Nicaragua. We went for the tropical weather and the low-key cultural immersion, and it was wonderful. But we aren’t Nicaragua naturals. We don’t surf. (You say Surf, I say Taco.) We aren’t Canadian. (The Canadian expat presence there is surprisingly robust.) And it’s impossible […]
  • Feeling Bookish

    Carolyn
    25 Feb 2015 | 9:01 am
    Oh, winter. Can you be over soon, please? My fingers poked through the tips of this year’s gloves weeks ago. (Not unusual for me — don’t wanna talk about it.) Yesterday my new e-tip gloves arrived. They look like robot monster claws and are nine sizes too big, but I already took the tags off. Instead of nimbly […]
 
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  • Single Origin Coffee Subscription Marketplace

    Jason Coffee
    13 Mar 2015 | 3:36 pm
    No one can deny that coffee subscriptions have been exploding in popularity recently. Small and established players alike are making moves to bring curated small-batch coffee to your doorstep, with even Starbucks now offering a monthly “Reserve Roastery” subscription. The newest upstart, Crema.co, just announced a Kickstarter campaign at CoffeeCon 2015 in New York City on Saturday. Prior to that, I had a chance to interview Tyler Tate, Crema.co’s founder, to ask about their plans. We’ve seen a lot of new coffee subscription services recently. What makes Crema.co different from the…
  • Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    5 Mar 2015 | 11:35 am
    In this episode Jason Coffee reviews a coffee fresh roasted coffee from Cafe Corazon. Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea This Papua New Guinea coffee was so smooth and delicious. I would highly recommend signing up for Cafe Corazon’s bi-weekly coffee subscription so that you can enjoy it in your own home. It is also a risk free proposition, if you are not fully satisfied they will refund your order and make it right! Author informationJason CoffeeHead Writer, Owner & Founder. at Coffee Cup NewsTwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInThe post Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review appeared first…
  • Bean Box Coffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    15 Nov 2014 | 4:41 pm
    In this episode Jason reviews 4 coffees from the new Bean Box. After three months of trying Bean Box offerings I can confidently say that I highly recommend ordering a subscription of Bean Box Coffee for yourself. Bean Box Coffee Review Ladro Roasting: Limoncillo Javanica (91 Points) This coffee from Ladro Roasting filled my tongue with a vibrant acidity that was orange in flavor. Limoncillo Javanica is smooth, bright and has a pleasing aftertaste. Keala’s Coffee: Hapuna Espresso Blend (90 Points) This coffee has a mild grapefruit like bubbling acidity with a very nice body and smooth…
  • Bean Box Coffee Introduction

    Jason Coffee
    9 Oct 2014 | 4:47 pm
    I interviewed the founders of Bean Box last week and hear about their vision of providing the best coffees that the Seattle has to offer. Their passion was inspiring and I just had to know if the quality of coffee matched their enthusiasm, so I sat down with all four coffees from the September/October bean box and went for it! My main concern with coffee subscriptions is making sure I am getting to taste the best possible coffees and that my palette is not going to get bored or sideswiped with a bad selections. As I went through each coffee it was clear that these coffees were carefully…
  • Seattle Coffee is Online! – Bean Box

    Jason Coffee
    22 Sep 2014 | 2:49 pm
    Have you ever wished you could have the absolute best coffees from America’s best known coffee city of Seattle without traveling all the way to Washington just to get it? Lucky for you a couple of local entrepreneurial guys, Matthew and Ryan (pictured below), felt the same way. They live in Seattle and wanted to bring every amazing, delicious coffee that Seattle has to offer right into your home with the click of a button. I was lucky enough to interview you them and ask some questions about their new business and what drives them to do what they do everyday. There are so many…
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  • Single Origin Coffee Subscription Marketplace

    Jason Coffee
    13 Mar 2015 | 3:36 pm
    No one can deny that coffee subscriptions have been exploding in popularity recently. Small and established players alike are making moves to bring curated small-batch coffee to your doorstep, with even Starbucks now offering a monthly “Reserve Roastery” subscription. The newest upstart, Crema.co, just announced a Kickstarter campaign at CoffeeCon 2015 in New York City on Saturday. Prior to that, I had a chance to interview Tyler Tate, Crema.co’s founder, to ask about their plans. We’ve seen a lot of new coffee subscription services recently. What makes Crema.co different from the…
  • Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    5 Mar 2015 | 11:35 am
    In this episode Jason Coffee reviews a coffee fresh roasted coffee from Cafe Corazon. Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea This Papua New Guinea coffee was so smooth and delicious. I would highly recommend signing up for Cafe Corazon’s bi-weekly coffee subscription so that you can enjoy it in your own home. It is also a risk free proposition, if you are not fully satisfied they will refund your order and make it right! Author informationJason CoffeeHead Writer, Owner & Founder. at Coffee Cup NewsTwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInThe post Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review appeared first…
  • Bean Box Coffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    15 Nov 2014 | 4:41 pm
    In this episode Jason reviews 4 coffees from the new Bean Box. After three months of trying Bean Box offerings I can confidently say that I highly recommend ordering a subscription of Bean Box Coffee for yourself. Bean Box Coffee Review Ladro Roasting: Limoncillo Javanica (91 Points) This coffee from Ladro Roasting filled my tongue with a vibrant acidity that was orange in flavor. Limoncillo Javanica is smooth, bright and has a pleasing aftertaste. Keala’s Coffee: Hapuna Espresso Blend (90 Points) This coffee has a mild grapefruit like bubbling acidity with a very nice body and smooth…
  • Bean Box Coffee Introduction

    Jason Coffee
    9 Oct 2014 | 4:47 pm
    I interviewed the founders of Bean Box last week and hear about their vision of providing the best coffees that the Seattle has to offer. Their passion was inspiring and I just had to know if the quality of coffee matched their enthusiasm, so I sat down with all four coffees from the September/October bean box and went for it! My main concern with coffee subscriptions is making sure I am getting to taste the best possible coffees and that my palette is not going to get bored or sideswiped with a bad selections. As I went through each coffee it was clear that these coffees were carefully…
  • Seattle Coffee is Online! – Bean Box

    Jason Coffee
    22 Sep 2014 | 2:49 pm
    Have you ever wished you could have the absolute best coffees from America’s best known coffee city of Seattle without traveling all the way to Washington just to get it? Lucky for you a couple of local entrepreneurial guys, Matthew and Ryan (pictured below), felt the same way. They live in Seattle and wanted to bring every amazing, delicious coffee that Seattle has to offer right into your home with the click of a button. I was lucky enough to interview you them and ask some questions about their new business and what drives them to do what they do everyday. There are so many…
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  • 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.
  • K-Cups: Still trashy after all these years

    JulieCraves
    2 Mar 2015 | 3:33 pm
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. K-Cups still can't be recycled. Same old, same old. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Site updates

    JulieCraves
    28 Feb 2015 | 7:47 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. In addition to making minor changes and updates on many individual posts, I have recently updated and overhauled several important pages here at Coffee & Conservation. Quick Guide to Coffee […] Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
 
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    The Coffee Blog | K Cup Reviews | CoffeeForLess

  • How K-Cup Coffee Wastes Less Beans Than Drip

    Tim
    13 Mar 2015 | 7:51 am
    There’s nothing as convenient as being able to brew up a single cup of hot java in a k-cup coffee maker. For those of us who work independently, machines like the Keurig have been blessings. If a single worker had to brew a full pot of coffee, it would be a black and rancid mess by the time he got to the third cup. However, there have been a lot of questions regarding how efficient the k-cup coffee machines really are. And it turns out that they waste less coffee than a drip machine, believe it or not! The Secret Behind the Less Wasteful K-Cup Coffee Makers The trick is that k-cup…
  • K-Cup’s New Recovery Project: Grounds to Grow On

    Tim
    11 Mar 2015 | 1:48 pm
    There’s no doubt about it: the single-serving coffee trend is steaming hot. A survey conducted last year found that nearly thirty percent of java drinkers are now brewing their coffee one cup at a time. And the most popular purveyor of these single-serving coffee makers is undoubtedly Keurig, with their K-Cup coffee machines. Keurig: the King of Single-Serving K-Cup Coffee It’s easy to see why Keurig Green Mountain is edging out its competitors. The company has wide distribution, an extremely diverse selection of beverages, and Kleenex-like brand recognition in its market. Source:…
  • Reduce Your Risk of Endometrial Cancer: Drinking Coffee Is Healthy

    Tim
    27 Feb 2015 | 11:09 am
    Coffee is often a woman’s best friend – for both stay at home moms, as well as working professionals. It helps to wake her up, it keeps her on her toes throughout the day, and it just plain tastes so good. Making coffee an even more attractive beverage, it has recently been found that coffee is also good for one’s health. It seems that the magical brew can reduce the risk of endometrial cancer. Endometrial cancer is a disease specific to women who are generally over the age 45. The cancer that forms in the lining of the uterine wall will be diagnosed in over 50,000 middle-aged women…
  • How Do You Know if You’ve Had Too Much Coffee in a Day?

    Tim
    26 Feb 2015 | 1:32 pm
    Some of you might scoff at the notion of there being such a thing as “too much coffee.” We get it completely, because we love coffee too, obviously. Not only that, but drinking coffee has been shown to have significant health benefits. In spite of this, there is such a thing as too much caffeine when you drink coffee. So how can you tell if you’ve overdone it? Coffee and the Jitters When you’re working, it’s easy to lose track of how many cups of coffee and caffeine you’ve had. If you start fidgeting or your hands are getting a little bit shaky, then it may be time to switch…
  • Morning Coffee Not Hot Enough? Try Warming Up the Mug First

    Tim
    24 Feb 2015 | 3:49 pm
    When you’ve just rolled out of bed and you’re still trying to shake the dreamy haze of sleep, there’s nothing quite like a hot cup of morning coffee to pry open those drowsy eyelids and put a spring in your step. But when your hot coffee turns tepid, it can really put a damper on your wake-up routine. Fortunately, there is a way to help your cup of coffee maintain its fresh-from-the-pot heat, and it starts by warming up the mug – here’s why. Source: maorisakai.tumblr.com Your Mug Is a Heat Thief When you first grab your favorite coffee mug from the cupboard, you may notice that…
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  • 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 […]
  • The 20 Most Popular K-cups (Among our Readers)

    Danijela
    5 Feb 2015 | 9:01 am
    The following is a compilation of the most purchased k-cups on Amazon – by our community. Here are the most popular ones from the last quarter. Popular regular k-cups 1. The Original Donut Shop 2. Green Mountain Dark Magic 3. San Francisco Bay k-cups (all varieties) 4. Green Mountain Breakfast Blend 5. Coffee People Jet […]
  • Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe

    Danijela
    3 Feb 2015 | 3:09 am
    A simple pumpkin spice latte with whipped cream and a pinch of pumpkin pie spice. Let me tell you why I love homemade PS lattes… 1. Sugar. We all know that processed foods are full of sugars and high fructose corn syrup, which is a pretty good reason to start making flavored coffees at home. […]
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  • The Business of Freelancing, Blogging, and Books, According to Author Jennifer Armstrong

    Mark Armstrong
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:16 am
    First, I should note: I am not related to Jennifer Armstrong. But! I have followed her writing closely over the years — first during her years at Entertainment Weekly, and more recently as the author of books like Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted (Simon & Schuster), which offered a definitive history of the classic TV series. Her blog also happens to be a must-follow on WordPress.com: She gives glimpses into her current work (she’s doing a Seinfeld book next) and she’s refreshingly transparent about the business (and hard truths) of being a freelance writer in 2015. I spoke with…
  • New Themes: Saga and Satellite

    Caroline Moore
    26 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Happy Theme Thursday, ladies and gentlemen! Let’s take a look at our two newest free themes, Saga and Satellite: Saga Saga, designed by the talented Justin Tadlock, is a theme tailor-made for writers, by a writer. The theme’s impeccable typography and attention to detail make for an enjoyable reading experience, and with support for large featured images and multiple post formats, Saga is flexible enough to be used as a photoblog, a personal journal, or a tumblelog. Read more about Saga on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site from Appearance → Themes! Satellite…
  • Press Publish Livestream

    Andrea Middleton
    25 Mar 2015 | 12:40 pm
    Kathy Cano-Murillo will present on how she became A DIY Success. Press Publish, the very first blogging conference organized by WordPress.com, will be held in Portland, Oregon, this Saturday. (Psst! We’ll be in Phoenix hosting Press Publish on April 18th, 2015.) Erick Prince-Heaggans will present Around the World in 80 Posts. Because this is the first event of its kind, we’re eager to get as much feedback from attendees as possible. And since it’s not always easy for people to travel to attend conferences, we’ve decided to bring Press Publish Portland to you (or at least to your…
  • This April in Blogging U.: The Return of Writing 101!

    Michelle W.
    23 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    This April, we’ll be offering Writing 101: Building a Blogging Habit. Writing 101 is a write-every-day challenge designed to help you create a writing habit and push you as a writer, while publishing posts that mesh with your blog’s focus. What is Writing 101? Writing 101 is a four-week course that runs from Monday, April 6, to Friday, May 1, 2015. Each weekday, you’ll get an assignment that includes a writing prompt and an optional “twist”; prompts are your topic inspiration for the day, while twists push you to experiment with writing techniques and tools. Who else is…
  • New Themes: Resonar and Scrawl

    Takashi Irie
    19 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Happy Theme Thursday, all! Today I’m pleased to present two new free themes designed especially for longform writing. Resonar Designed by yours truly, Resonar is an elegant blog theme with full-screen Featured Images. It’s perfect for blogs about fashion, food, or design, and the layout works especially well for longform features with large images. The combination of gorgeous images and beautiful typography creates posts that make an immediate visual impact. Read more about Resonar on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site from Appearance → Themes. Scrawl Scrawl,…
 
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  • 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.
  • 5 Factors to Consider When Choosing A Coffee Grinder

    Admin
    23 Feb 2015 | 5:11 pm
    The post 5 Factors to Consider When Choosing A Coffee Grinder appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin ItThe secret to getting fresh and flavorful taste of coffee lies in buying your own quality coffee beans and grinding them. In response to this, you need a basic coffee grinder to make your work easier in the kitchen. In fact, every coffee enthusiast needs one in their kitchen, and it doesn’t have to be a high end model either. Available Coffee Grinders in the Market Even though ”coffee grinders” is the…
  • Which Coffee Grinder Is The Best: Burr Or Blade?

    Admin
    15 Feb 2015 | 5:19 pm
    The post Which Coffee Grinder Is The Best: Burr Or Blade? appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin ItBurr Coffee Grinder Vs Blade Coffee Grinder If you are a coffee enthusiast and you want to enjoy a strong and intensely flavored coffee each morning, then you must have asked yourself at least once: which coffee grinder is the best, the burr coffee grinder or blade coffee grinder one? The main difference between these two types of coffee grinders lies in their mechanism of action, but ultimately they both get the job done.
  • Permanent Filters Vs Paper Filters

    Admin
    5 Feb 2015 | 5:04 pm
    The post Permanent Filters Vs Paper Filters appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin ItWhich is Better: Permanent Filters, Or Paper Filters? What effect does the coffee filter you use have on the coffee you drink? Well, while some people believe that using paper filters in coffeemakers gives coffee a better taste, we can’t ignore the fact that a lot of consumers are now opting for permanent coffee filters. Personally, I’ve tried using both and quite frankly, I didn’t find any substantial difference between…
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  • 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…
  • Joe’s Brew Club – Coffee, Chocolate, and Biscotti Review

    Garrett Oden
    23 Feb 2015 | 11:02 am
    Coffee subscription boxes just keep getting more creative. I recently had the pleasure of testing out a sample box from Joe’s Brew Club, an experience I will not soon forget. Unlike some other clubs, subscriptions, and boxes, Joe’s Brew Club came very well presented. Everything down to the box it was shipped in was created just for this special occasion of ripping into cardboard to find not only coffee, but chocolate and biscotti as well.   Everything appeared incredible, but how did it taste? Dark Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans These little guys surprised me. I was…
  • A Battle of Manual Grinders: EvenGrind vs Handground

    Garrett Oden
    5 Feb 2015 | 4:05 am
    There are two manual coffee grinders on Kickstarter at the present moment, each constructed with care and precision. But is one greater than the other? EvenGrind by Kuissential This hand grinder looks nearly identical with the Hario Skerton, but there are some significant differences. A stabilizing cage keeps the burrs from wobbling, and upper and lower bearings keep the shaft straight. That alone makes this humble hand grinder worth considering, seeing that they’re tackling those specific issues! Thankfully, they’ve explored other features as well. A hopper lid (so those beans…
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    Roast Lab Coffee Blog

  • 20 Mar 2015 | 6:25 am

    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…
  • 19 Mar 2015 | 5:24 am

    Matt Brock
    19 Mar 2015 | 5:24 am
    I am glad I didn't buy the Behmor 1600 last year when I was thinking of upgrading to a larger roaster. They have unveiled the "1600 Connected" with roasting app integration. It comes out in September and for "only" $600 it is a great deal. Read the full story and Daily Coffee News.
  • KFC Plans to Roll Out Edible Coffee Cups in the U.K.

    Matt Brock
    27 Feb 2015 | 3:10 am
    I can not imagine edible coffee cups will become a thing...so, it is probably very likely to become a thing.Permalink
  • Press App

    Matt Brock
    20 Feb 2015 | 12:28 pm
    In my never ending search for the best coffee brewing and logging app, I am now trying out Press and so far I am really liking it. They have said some great upgrades are coming. For example, the ability to add pictures to your coffee logs. Anyway, test if for yourself. Go spend a few bucks so these folks continue to develop this app. It has really great potential and has become my top used coffee app as of late.
  • Carved Wood Handle For Hario Kettle

    Matt Brock
    13 Feb 2015 | 4:10 pm
    I am scared to try this on my Hario kettle even though he makes it seem easy in the video. I still may give it a try. 
 
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  • Coffee on your card! – We now accept card payments!

    Daniel Jones
    14 Mar 2015 | 1:54 am
    Sorry for the delay in posting guys/girls but we’ve been working hard to integrate StripeUK into our system to allow you to pay by your card if you prefer it/don’t have a Paypal account. Card payments are taken over a secure HTTPS connection as can be seen in the URL bar when on the checkout/payment pages. Not only do we provide great coffee, but we strive to make it easy for you to get great coffee!   We’ll be back soon with some more coffee related blog posts. Keep safe and keep sipping. The post Coffee on your card! – We now accept card payments! appeared first…
  • Top 3 Tips for brewing a better cup of filter coffee

    Daniel Jones
    16 Feb 2015 | 2:48 pm
    Many people will say the most important part of getting a good cup of coffee is the beans you use. Which is 100% true. HOWEVER, there’s no point getting great beans if you’re going to prepare them badly. It’d be like getting a Ferrari and then only doing the school run in it. You’re not using it to it’s full potential. Let’s set the scene, you have the best beans you can get and have a nice Burr grinder at the ready. This IS going to be an awesome cup of coffee guaranteed…right? Maybe. This COULD be an awesome cup of coffee. It has so much potential…
  • Why does coffee smell better than it tastes?

    Daniel Jones
    8 Feb 2015 | 8:06 am
    Why does coffee taste different from how it smells? This is a common question people ask but aren’t really sure of the answer. There’s a lot to how, not just coffee, but any liquid, food, solid, etc works. Regardless of what form it comes in most things have two aspects in common. They both have a smell and a taste. Now you might assume that something will taste like it smells. You wouldn’t be laughed at for this thought, but you’d be 99% incorrect. To understand WHY things smell different, first we have to understand HOW we smell. There are two ways we smell, the most…
  • Celebrities – Coffee Connoisseurs or Completely cuckoo

    Daniel Jones
    24 Jan 2015 | 10:54 am
    Taylor Swift The super sweet pop star likes a grande iced caramel latte with 2 Sweet’n Lows Miley Cyrus Miey’s Starbucks favourite is a nonfat white mocha without whipped cream according to Shape Magazine. Arianna Grande She loves a plain black coffee to go with her sensible attitude…only joking! The new pop diva loves a  venti vanilla bean Frappuccino Katy Perry Loves a nice vanilla soy latte. I’m not much f a fan of soy myself but it’s obviously working for her! Nicole Kidman More of a “true coffe drinker” she likes a grande skim wet cappuccino rather…
  • Coffee is a woman’s drink!

    Daniel Jones
    14 Jan 2015 | 8:20 am
    Bristol University have published a study that found that caffeine affects women differently than it does men. The study suggests that caffeine makes women more alert and men less so. It apparently makes men less confident when in a stressful situation. The study does not measure the same effects in other caffeine drinks so it may be the coffee not the caffeine that results in these effects. The Journal of Applied Social Psychology estimate that 70 million cups of coffee are drank per day in the UK. Their experiment used 64 men and women and put them in same-sex pairs. Each pair was given a…
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