Don Pachi Geisha: the most expensive coffee

Jacqui Alexander Reader Find

By Jacqui Alexander in New Food and Packaging on Thursday 26 January 2012

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.

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Newcastle’s One Tree Coffee Co.

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in New Food and Packaging on Wednesday 27 April 2011

It is the perfect summer morning pick-me-up: iced coffee. Cold, refreshing, caffeinated. Pour it over ice, mix in a touch of milk, perhaps a dash of sugar and you’re ready to begin the day. Happily, coffee companies around the world seemed to have caught on to the love for this cool cuppa and it’s now finding its into bottles from Portland to Australia for your immediate drinking pleasure.
Enter One Tree Coffee Co.

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Coffee Joulies

Jacqui Alexander Reader Find

By Jacqui Alexander in New Products on Wednesday 13 April 2011

As I come from Melbourne, the city of coffee snobs, I would probably never have a use for these Coffee Joulies. But I think these guys are really sweet and may be onto something here. So what is is? Well, ‘Coffee Joulies work with your coffee to achieve two goals.

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Java House: a coffee shop in Nairobi

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in Cool Travel on Thursday 25 November 2010

For killer coffee in a funky setting, everybody in Nairobi knows that one place is a sure bet: Java House, a coffee shop-cum-eatery that has legions of devotees across the Kenyan capital — and for good reason. All of Java’s coffee comes from either Kenya or neighboring Ethiopia (the original home of Java), and every last bean is freshly roasted and ground on site.

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La Photo Cabine

Lamia Larkin Reader Find

By Lamia Larkin in Cool Travel on Friday 6 August 2010

If you’re like me, pretending you are someplace else is all part of the process of getting through the day. And today I’ve decided I want to be in France sipping coffee at a cute cafe, walking my adorable poodle, and ending the day by getting my photo taken with my mysterious French boyfriend. Well, […]

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Cellar Door Coffee

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Food and Packaging on Wednesday 7 July 2010

Everyone who knows about coffee in Portland knows Stumptown, but I want to plug one of the new guys in town (relatively speaking), Cellar Door Coffee.

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Blue Bottle Coffee Co beans

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in New Food and Packaging on Tuesday 10 March 2009

For an exceptional cuppa joe, try using some Blue Bottle Coffee Co beans. This San Francisco-based company insists — albeit slightly obsessively — on exceptional products and sustainable processes from the farm to the cup. Employing artisanal micro-roasting, Blue Bottle Coffee Co produces a versatile, organic, rich, earthy, and incomprehensibly delicious cafe. If you’re in […]

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