The hybrid drink is called cascara, which is Spanish for “peel” or “skin” (yum!) because it’s made out the flesh of the coffee cherry, the fruit which produces the seeds we know and love as coffee beans. I’m going to send you a sample.’“ In the coffee-making process, the flesh of the cherry is usually
Whether you've seen their beautifully wrapped bars for sale at Shake Shack or Rag & Bone, featured in the pages of the New York Times or Vogue, or decorating one of their New York, London, or soon, LA shops, Mast Brothers chocolate bars have become the world's most prominent brand of artisanal chocolate. But while customers can't...
If the locavore movement has a black sheep in the family, it’s locally roasted coffee.
The standard knock on the product, of course, concerns the origins of its only ingredient: the green, unroasted beans imported from mountainous countries located within a tropical band around the Earth’s equator.
But perhaps even more frustrating when it comes to whole roasted beans: Local is not always better. You can purchase specialty coffee from knowledgeable professionals in Oakland, Calif., Chicago or even Topeka, Kan., that will blow the chaff off beans baked to the shade of motor oil with a small drum roaster in the back of some D.C. operations.
“You can make bread at home, too,” cracks Joel Finkelstein, owner of Qualia Coffee on Georgia Avenue NW, where he roasts beans daily. “It doesn’t mean it’s as good as Mark Furstenberg’s.”...
Watch out Teavana, Canada’s David’s Tea Inc. is looking to boost its U.S. presence. The Quebec-based chain has filed a registration with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an IPO in which it looks to rasie a maximum of $75 million. The company plans to list on the Nasdaq with the ticker symbol DTEA.”
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