Latte Art Vending Machine Sprinkles Designs Onto Hot Coffee [Video]
While the latte art is not as artistic as the human creations, the vending machine adds enough charisma to a simple cup of coffee to make it presentable.
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Since he began roasting coffee in 2001, Leary, 62, has learned to detect the subtle changes in the beans by smell alone.
"About halfway through the process, the earthy beans start to develop that coffee smell," Leary said. "Then it becomes a hot coffee smell and then there's a toastiness and eventually a cotton candy smell from the sugars...
One of the more famous effects in physics is the Coffee Ring Effect. Leave a drop - or puddle - of coffee on any surface and you'll come back to a dark ring of stain. This video shows you actual footage of your coffee particles making your coffee stain.
If you want to know why your coffee spills always leave dark rings, good news!
The new KitchenAid® Pour Over Coffee Brewer, engineered with input from baristas and other industry experts to automatically simulate the manual, pour over method of brewing coffee, has earned the Home Brewer certification from the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA).
For coffee drinkers, a morning cup of joe is non-negotiable. It might be a coffee to-go from the deli or a cold brew you've steeped for hours. Whatever it is, you don't question it, you don't fight it, you just get it. For coffee lovers, this morning ritual (which may also take place in the afternoon) is sacred.
The bottom line is, coffee is a serious matter to those who care about it. And with any serious matter, certain truths come to light every so often that may be difficult to face. For fans of watermelon, it might be startling to know that watermelon is a berry. (So too is an avocado.) Pizza lovers might be surprised by the fact that Hawaiian pizza was invented by a Canadian. Some food truths are easier to swallow than others, and luckily for coffee drinkers, the truth about coffee isn't as terrible as say, the fact that there might be trace amounts of insect fragments in your peanut butter...
It's no secret the first five minutes of consciousness for many of us each morning involves brewing a cup o' joe. Well to help get a jump-start on things, designer Joshua Renouf has developed a striking alarm clock that starts the process before you even get out of bed. Using induction heating and stainless steel ball bearings, the Barisieur
It’s common knowledge that drinking too much coffee can stain your teeth and possibly even damage them. But could this common knowledge be flawed? Rather, what does ‘too much’ really mean? A new study suggests moderate consumption of black coffee could protect your teeth from decay and actually help fight plaque.
Researchers with Federal University in Rio de Janeiro tested the effects of coffee on donated baby teeth. The scientists used an extract from Coffeea canephora, a bean that makes up about 30 percent of the world’s coffee...
Offering a quality product or service is essential for success in any business. But if you run a local business, that alone might not be enough. You also need to create an atmosphere within the business that customers will want to be a part of.
“I visited over 1,100 coffee shops and five-star restaurants to figure out why people went there, what they were looking for, how the employees interacted with the patrons – it wasn’t to see how they made coffee. I wanted to know how they were building a culture around it.”...
For all our crippling caffeine addictions, the disposable coffee cup is a highly imperfect art at best. Seattle-based company Vaporpath wants to change that with a total coffee cup lid overhaul. But is the fancy new redesign actually superior to its classic brethren? We decided to find out for ourselves.
The New York Times recently reported that the place to find great coffee in NYC is everywhere. Cult roasters and specialty ateliers are king. Starbucks is out. Dunkin’ Donuts who? Sipping Muganjo at Kaffe1668 and browsing cafe-slash-design shop Budin has put us in a coffee state of mind. Let’s take a closer look at coffee culture across the continents. How do you take your coffee? Elephant dung or two shots of rum?
As Apple continues its hiring spree, one new job posting is not like the others: an iCup technician.
Although this may sound like a fancy title for a new web-connected athletic protective wear or smart home coffee concept, the listing is for "someone to brew coffee to all Apple employees within their department."...