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  • 04 June 2013

    Coffee addiction: Do people consume too much caffeine?

    The bubbling kettle, the aroma from the mug, the first bitter mouthful of the morning. It's a ritual without which the working day would be, for millions of people, frankly horrifying. Caffeine is, according to New Scientist, the planet's most popular "psychoactive drug". In the United States alone, more than 90% of adults are estimated to use it every day.

  • 02 June 2013

    Why we love coffee at work

    We are a workforce that has to balance many different things between our normal lives and our careers. There seems to be not enough hours in the day to get everything that we need to get accomplished. We lack sleep, always tired, and just barely have enough energy to get through the day

  • 31 May 2013

    How Drinking Caffeine Could Save Your Life

    An Australian study has shown that long distance drivers who drink caffeinated beverages, like coffee or energy drinks, are at a decreased risk of getting into vehicle accidents compared to those who don’t. And the difference isn’t small. Drivers hopped up on caffeine have a 63% reduced chance of crashing.

  • 19 May 2013

    Coffee and qahwa: How a drink for Arab mystics went global

    The Arab world has given birth to many thinkers and many inventions - among them the three-course meal, alcohol and coffee. The best coffee bean is still known as Arabica, but it's come a long way from the Muslim mystics who treasured it centuries ago, to the chains that line our high streets.

  • 05 May 2013

    Coffee Hulling

    Coffee hulling has a very rich and interesting history. Learning more about coffee hulling and its history is a fun experience due to the numerous interesting facts.

  • 02 May 2013

    The Incredible True Story Of Ceremony Coffee And Turgay Yildizli

    What’s a Cezve / Ibrik? You mean just like, “Turkish coffee” right? There is a competition for that?

  • 29 April 2013

    Si kafja bashkon botën

    Kafja është më shumë se një pije. Për shumë prej nesh, ajo ndërthuret në strukturën e jetës së përditshme. Ajo, po ashtu, na lidh me skajet e largëta të globit.

  • 26 April 2013

    EU Embraces 'Suspended Coffee'

    Tough economic times and growing poverty in much of Europe are reviving a humble tradition that began some one-hundred years ago in the Italian city of Naples. It's called caffè sospeso — "suspended coffee": A customer pays in advance for a person who cannot afford a cup of coffee.