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Mandela Coffee Mosaic 2012

Filmed at Constitution Hill, Jacobs Coffee completed a portrait of Nelson Mandela using 5000 cups of Jacobs coffee in celebration of Madibas 94th birthday.
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Poignant portrait today. Rest in peace Mandiba. Today's cup in your most gracious honor. 

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Now even your coffee-brewing tools are going tech - VentureBeat

Now even your coffee-brewing tools are going tech - VentureBeat | Coffee Culture | Scoop.it
Now even your coffee-brewing tools are going tech
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The Bay Area takes its coffee seriously.
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America's Best Coffee Cities

America's Best Coffee Cities | Coffee Culture | Scoop.it
Whether you want a single-origin pour-over or chicory with a splash of brandy, the best coffee ba...
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Which Profession Has The Heaviest Coffee Drinkers?

Which Profession Has The Heaviest Coffee Drinkers? | Coffee Culture | Scoop.it
Is your coffee consumption typical of your profession? (Which Profession Has The Heaviest Coffee Drinkers? http://t.co/o1abBhnD0d via @lifehackorg)
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Coffee Farmers Battle Climate Change - The Energy Collective

Coffee Farmers Battle Climate Change - The Energy Collective | Coffee Culture | Scoop.it
Growing coffee is a proud, 200-year old tradition in Costa Rica. About half of Costa Rica's coffee is produced by small farmers, many of whom run small, shade-grown coffee operations. But Costa Rica's coffee industry is ...
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Starbucks, Historic Coffee Houses & 'Compromising Willa'

Starbucks, Historic Coffee Houses & 'Compromising Willa' | Coffee Culture | Scoop.it
. You might think meeting up with a friend at Starbucks for a cup of coffee is a fairly modern idea, but it's really a 300-year-old tradition. . In England, the first coffee house was established i...
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Some things never change: "There are coffee-houses which are the meeting places of scholars and wits; others which are only frequented by Politicians and News-Mongers; and several which are Temples of Venus- where customers are served by beautiful, clean and well dressed nymphs, who seem very agreeable, but who are in fact very dangerous." circa 1725

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World’s first roast-grind-brew coffee machine

Raw green coffee beans to fresh black coffee - at a single push of a button. Let's change coffee. Together.

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cafonso's curator insight, December 1, 2013 6:33 AM

O café parece ter uma densidade à americana

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13 Scientific Reasons To Drink Coffee

13 Scientific Reasons To Drink Coffee | Coffee Culture | Scoop.it
Coffee can drastically improves physical performance. It can also make you smarter. (13 scientific reasons to drink coffee http://t.co/QCObw6vnM6)

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Kay Patterson's curator insight, November 30, 2013 7:10 AM

Nice to find a positive article.. 

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Breaking Down the Bean: How Coffee is Brewing Our Economic Growth - SPONSORED CONTENT presented by T. Rowe Price

Breaking Down the Bean: How Coffee is Brewing Our Economic Growth - SPONSORED CONTENT presented by  T. Rowe Price | Coffee Culture | Scoop.it
Coffee consumption in the U.S. has been an integral part of our daily routine for decades, and today it’s a similarly big part of life around the world, from traditional coffee-drinking markets like Europe to emerging markets like Asia.

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