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The tip jar at coffee shops is often an embarrassment for the kind of people who pay for everything with their credit cards and rarely have small change on hand.
The electronic DipJar, a device that accepts credit and debit cards for $1 tips, is here...
For about as long as we’ve had presidents, we’ve had coffee in the White House.
From John Adams drinking coffee to be more patriotic (with that Boston Tea Party and all) to Dwight Eisenhower spending D-Day “drinking endless cups of coffee” to John F. Kennedy’s using “Coffee with the Kennedys” to help win his US Senate seat in Massachusetts, the brew has been an important part of politics. Here’s a look at some notable presidents over the years, and their different coffee-drinking habits.
Whether you stayed up late watching three episodes of The Good Wife instead of one, accidentally finished the whole bottle of red or got lost in an internet well of stupid videos about Chihuahuas using neck massagers, a cup of coffee is an early morning panacea for many workers, vital to stifling 11am yawns...
Coffee is EVERYTHING.
If you read that sentence and thought,"Hell yes," then you have stumbled upon the right URL. Grab yourself a cup of coffee, and stay with us for a minute. We have something fun to share with you.
All of you out there who drink coffee getthat this black, bitter brew is anything but a complement to breakfast. Coffee isn't an afterthought, coffee is the first thought. Am I right?
Today I am going to write again on my favorite topic – cafe interiors since we have registered an enormous interest from you, our readers. TO begin with, I would like to say that I love coffee! Every morning I wake up early and the first thing to do is to have my stro ...
Famous for its "But first, coffee" slogan and ever-changing coffee sleeves, Alfred Coffee & Kitchen might just be the coolest coffee shop in LA. A celebrity hotspot, the little shop on Melrose Place is getting a lot of attention for its newest tiny treat.
Summer vacation may be over, but we can all agree that nothing says family fun like a giant coffee facility.
South Korea’s Gangwon Province and specialty coffee brand Tom N Toms have reached a deal to begin development of a nearly $100 million (USD) coffee-themed resort park and production headquarters...
UAE’s first Coffee Museum is set to open in October. Designed as a dynamic, interactive setting, Kahild Al Mulla, the man behind the idea, tells SANGEETA SWAROOP that the objective ‘was to raise awareness and knowledge of coffee culture in the region...
Square Register has become a favorite point of sale tool in cafes, and cafes in turn are a favorite of customer of Square. So much so that Square conducts a lot of their register R&D in their own secret café deep inside their mid-Market headquarters. Recently, Square pulled anonymous usage data from literally thousands of cafes around the United States in order to discover some very interesting trends about café customers. Alex Rafter of Square reached out to Sprudge to give us a look at what they found.
James Hoffmann | Writer
In around one month time, on October 6th, my first book will be released. I’m very excited, and maybe just a tiny bit nervous too.
The book is titled “The World Atlas of Coffee”, and I want to talk a little bit about how this happened and what it is...
An international team of scientists has sequenced the genome of Coffea canephora, one of the main sources of coffee beans.
Every second, people around the world drink more than 26,000 cups of coffee. And while some of them may care only about the taste, most use it as a way to deliver caffeine into their bloodstream. Caffeine is the most widely consumed psychoactive substance in the world.
Many of us get our caffeine fix in tea, and still others drink mate, brewed from the South American yerba mate plant. Cacao plants produce caffeine, too, meaning that you can get a mild dose from eating chocolate.
Caffeine may be a...
Farmers across East Africa are rushing to revive their coffee plantations as prices have soared due to a historic drought in Brazil, the world’s largest coffee producer.
But farmers are still concerned about the huge swings in coffee prices from year to year. A sudden surge in production could lead to a slump in prices, and that could be disastrous for their finances.
One way to try to mitigate some of the risks is by turning to specialty coffee beans, which can attract a premium of around 40% over ordinary beans, according to Emanuel Mukasa, who runs a one-acre farm located in Mpigi, around 30 kilometers west of the Ugandan capital of Kampala.