Ah, Paris. The city where people fall in love is also the city where they make some of the world’s best coffee. So it seems fitting that a cold-drip coffee maker is designed to look just like the Eiffel Tower. Created by Dutch Lab, the Eiffel 2000mL, this masterpiece of architecture and caffeine uses no electricity to run, nor hot water.
Having observed that common courtesy is becoming less common, the owners of The Seven Mile Beach Kiosk Café in Gerroa, New South Wales, are trying to bring it back with some good old monetary incentive when you order their coffee.
People might tell you Melbourne is the country’s caffeine capital, and those Victorians sure know how to whip up a mean latte. But if you’re in the inner-city Sydney suburbs, you might want to drop into The Reformatory Caffeine Lab to grab one of the nation’s most serious cups of coffee.
Coffee: can’t function without it, can’t function with it. Well, for some people anyway. But how does it actually affect your brain? Don’t know? Neither did we, until we stumbled upon this fascinating short animation which demystifies the impact that your daily cup (or three) has on your psyche.
Your worst enemy is now your own personal barista. UK-based industrial designer Josh Renouf has invented the Barisieur, an alarm clock that instead of waking you with annoying bells and beeps, eases you into your day with the relaxing aroma of fresh coffee.
Reddit is great for so many things–one of them being extraordinary latte art. But one Redditor, KingPimpCommander, had a different kind of latte art to share with the world. While relaxing in a Scottish cafe, this coffee lover started to receive very clever latte art on top of his frothy drinks.
How this can possibly fail to take off is a baffling thought: Israeli startup Cups has just launched an app that allows anyone to take up a month’s subscription to drink as much coffee or tea in any of its 28 stores or so locations across New York. Cups started in Tel Aviv in late […]
It’s like the cooking gods are smiling down on us! Coffee flour is a thing. And according to the manufacturers of this heavenly ingredient, the surrounding pulp after harvesting billions of coffee beans is usually discarded. Not anymore! Coffee flour is a ‘nutrient-dense new super-ingredient’ that’s part of a social impact movement, creating jobs for families and sustainability for farms.
Coffee is one of those magical drinks whose aroma, smell and taste brings back memories, creates emotions and stimulates creativity. Which is why the NESCAFÉ Team, rather ingeniously, saw a gap in the market between high-end espresso capsules and regular instant coffee, and launched NESCAFÉ AZERA – a high-end coffee that combines premium instant coffee with finely ground roasted coffee beans. And the best part is that it’s so easy to use, it doesn’t need a coffee plunger (or French press to some).
A two-man team from Berlin is aiming to empower coffee farmers around the world by helping them trade the good stuff – that’s green raw coffee beans – to consumers directly. Obviously, they also built a machine so the latter can actually brew some good stuff from the raw beans. Now, after 135 prototypes, Bonaverde […]
World traveler Karen Jiyun Sung is an illustrator based in ‘Lord knows where,’ having gone to Middle School in New Zealand and Rhode Island for design school. A lover of coffee, Karen follows the coffee culture around the world and displays her findings in her work Caffeinated Italy, Caffeinated America and Italian Coffee Shops. Take […]
If you like your cups of coffee cheap, you might want to think about acknowledging the barista that makes them. The Petite Syrah Café in Nice, on the French Riviera, is making headlines for charging customers differently, according to how they order their cups of joe. Regular coffee? That’ll be seven euros. Regular coffee with […]
Passion for coffee? Interested in advertising campaigns? You’ll enjoy seeing just how coffee beans (plus international coffee houses, instant mixes and more) are marketed around the world. From well-known coffee houses to lesser-known coffee brands, these ads are completely unique and use all sorts of visuals to get us looking (and buying their stuff). The […]