A study from the University of Innsbruck in Austria found a trend that suggested a correlation between preferences for black coffee and other bitter tastes, and sadistic or psychopathic personality traits.
Thanks to researchers at a Portuguese university, morning fun doesn’t have to end just because the coffeepot is empty. The remnants of your daily pour over are in the capable, jittery hands of scientists who have discovered a way to turn used coffee grounds into a pungent shot of courage.
The Trade Ministry launched “Indonesia Coffee Week” on Monday to promote the nation’s beans and boost exports, especially to the European Union (EU), as trade lags during the pandemic. The event aims to market coffee varieties with a Geographical Indication (GI), a designation for products that have a specific region of origin and possess qualities or a reputation related to that region.
In the wake of Hurricane Laura, Community Coffee Company has committed to donating 10% of proceeds from the sales of Community® coffee and tea products in retail grocery locations in Louisiana and Texas through Oct. 31, 2020, up to $100,000, to support The Salvation Army’s Hurricane Laura relief efforts.
UFC 253: Israel Adesanya vs. Paulo Costa is happening on Saturday and International Cofee Day is the following Tuesday which gives us the perfect excuse to do a coffee-themed cocktail recipe post. But honestly, who really needs an excuse to drink coffee or booze right?
Bubble Lab recently teamed up with Swift Creatives in order to turn that dream into reality with a robotic pour-over coffee machine called, Drip. The app-controlled, fully-automated pour-over coffee maker emerges from the countertop…
With $7 lattes becoming the norm and boutique coffee shops around every corner, it’s easy to become a coffee elitist. And if you fancy yourself a coffee snob, you may look past instant coffee blends. But instant coffee has made strides in the past few years. And with new brands offering up varieties and bringing an elevation to the category, instant coffee is worth a second look—so we’re bringing you a list of the best instant coffee brands on the market.
For a lot of people, coffee is the go-to when they need a bit of a pick-me-up, but it can actually make some plants perk up, too. (Give ’em a page in Us Weekly because, plants, they’re just like us!) Emphasis on some plants though, which is why it’s key to know what plants like coffee grounds—and which ones don’t.
In the southern corner of Guatemala, outside the tiny mountain town of San Pedro Yepocapa, Elmer Gabriel’s coffee plants ought to be leafed-out and gleaming.
I cannot claim to be a coffee expert (I’ll leave that to Chris Morocco). I was the person in college who never complained about our dining hall coffee, which I would drink at breakfast, lunch, and after dinner. If it was hot (or even hottish), strong, and caffeinated, I was in.