What a caffeinated gem of an idea: in honour of National Coffee Day, Dunkin‘ Donuts did a nationwide survey of US workers to see which professions need their coffee juice the most. Amazingly, food preparation and service workers rated first (must be the close proximity that makes temptation hard to resist). Also, scientists ranked second, so I think we can all agree that we are indebted to coffee for many breakthroughs in scientific research.
Sometimes coffee isn’t enough to wake you up. Sometimes you need an octopus hanging out in the bottom of the cup to really make it a morning. Thanks to Creature Cups, this is easily achieved. Irreverent spins on the classic coffee cup, now featured in assorted styles in the Lost At E Minor store.
This just might be the best invention of the 21st century. Starbucks will be be introducing vending machines to UK streets next week. Starbucks On The Go will offer 280 beverage combinations, which customers can order on a touchscreen interface. As an added pleasure, you can play games right on the touchscreen while you wait […]
Warehouse district! Restaurant corridor! Warehouse district! Restaurant corridor! Either way you look at it, Randolph and Halsted in Chicago is one of the best areas to store your … whatever, or find the newest and best places in the city to eat. But even better than that, you can spend a long and quiet afternoon sipping what is undoubtedly the best coffee you’ve ever tasted served by the friendly and eclectic staff.
Living in London is great, but it’s not when you live so south that people start to question that its actually London and not the countryside. West Norwood is one of those places. It’s lovely but it’s certainly not Dalston or Hoxton. That’s why its nice that it has a coffee shop that sells quality coffee, so […]
This is the most amazing place to eat, drink and chill. Miletos, which is in the Windsor end of Melbourne’s Chapel St, is a family-owned business. It has a rustic feel: the layout is something straight from the rolling hills of South Gippsland. You have to try one of Laura’s freshly made cakes. which are cooked […]
If there’s anything worse than waking up, it’s waking up to a shitty cup of coffee. New York-based Joe The Art Of Coffee figured out that you don’t have to be a genius to make good coffee. You just have to give a shit and make it right. Result: no burn aftertaste. Reality: tongue is […]
While we’ve seen cold brew popping up around town as temperatures rise, the crew at Coffee Supreme have taken cold brew to the next level with the limited release of their Don Pachi Geisha.
I say a good coffee is one you think about long after drinking it. I also say eating something from a cat’s bum is a not a good idea. Until I tasted Kopi Luwak — the rarest, most expensive coffee in the world, often fetching up to US$79 a cup, and comes from the poo of the Asian Palm civet. This feline sniffs out only the finest, ripest and sweetest coffee beans, eats them and then leaves little nuggets of undigested coffee gold behind (pun intended).
D’espresso is a coffee shop located on New York’s Lower East Side. The walls are covered in tiles with pictures of books on them, giving the illusion that the space is tilted. Designed by Nema Workshop..
Dark Matter is a brilliant coffee company that was born this past forth of July. It is associated with (and lives above) the amazing Star Lounge Coffee Bar in Chicago. Star Lounge has been roasting its own coffee and selling it in store for a while. And now it’s available for sale outside of their own store.
Have you ever found yourself just a tinge envious of those artful baristas whipping up little works of art on your latte like some sort of hotshot bartender? If you have — and I know you have — Megan Herbert’s charming little cake and coffee stencils are just the thing to bring out your closet food artist.
Coffee: an imperative element of my sanity (and probably yours too), even if a new study suggests that it’s simply sipped to curb nighttime withdrawals. So when in need of a jolt, why not drink from an aesthetically caffeinated bag of beans from the famed Minneapolis small-batch coffee roasters, Bull Run.
‘I have a problem’, admits filmmaker, Amy Ferraris. ‘I’m obsessed with the cappuccino’. And so Ferraris explains the motivation for her film — The Perfect Cappuccino — a 90-minute exploration of the history, science and popular explosion of the velvety coffee beverage.