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It super-expensive cat-poop coffee - which doesn't actually involve cats, but rather poor caged civets - wasn't already bad enough for you, there is now a new kid on the block when it comes to pricey coffees that come from the most weird and unexpected places. Black Ivory Coffee is made by feeding elephants coffee beans and then, after some digestion, picking the remains from... well, elephant poop.
A Central Perk pop up shop hits New York City and gives away free coffee to fans to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the ''Friends'' premiere. Roselle Chen reports.
A Texas oncologist had a "fatal attraction" to her fellow physician lover, whose rejection prompted her to poison him, prosecutors said. Trial of Texas doctor accused in poisoning begins A Texas oncologist had a "fatal attraction" to her fellow physician lover, whose rejection prompted her to poison him, prosecutors said.
Researchers at the University at Buffalo have cracked open the coffee bean and discovered the secrets of the plant's genetic code. These researchers, including plant genomist Victor Albert of the University at Buffalo, hope that by sequencing the genome of Coffea canephora , they will be able to produce "supercoffee" plants, The Daily Mail reported.
Are you the type who loves their morning coffee? A lot of people combine their love of coffee with their entrepreneurial spirit and open a coffee shop. In fact, in the U.S. there are more than 50,000 coffee shops-52,684 to be exact.
MANILA, Philippines Robinsons Retail Holdings Inc., through its wholly-owned subsidiary Robinsons Gourmet Food and Beverage, Inc., is bringing European coffee brand Costa Coffee to the Philippines. Robinsons Retail said it recently signed an international distribution agreement for the supply of Costa Coffee beans and operations of Costa Coffee shops in the country.
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: The workers who drink most coffee.
Brice Young developed a taste for the craft coffee industry while in Kansas City, and the Boulder native decided to bring his newly unearthed passion back home in a unique way. Last year, Young put a couple hundred bucks toward supplies and materials and then constructed a mobile coffee bar with his father.
It will be a morning with no agendas and no speeches, just a cup of coffee with Ormond Beach cops and any questions the public may throw their way. The gathering is titled, “Coffee WITH A COP.” The effort by Ormond Beach police is modeled after the national movement started in 2011 by the Hawthorne, California, Police Department.
Your mornings aren't always perfect, but your morning brew should be. Try Bottled Starbucks Iced Coffee.
Yup. Well, at least according to a survey by press release distributor Pressat. Journalists and media staff apparently consumed more cups of joe than any other profession.
Whether you stayed up late watching three episodes of The Good Wife instead of one, accidentally finished the whole bottle of red or got lost in an internet well of stupid videos about Chihuahuas using neck massagers, a cup of coffee is an early morning panacea for many workers, vital to stifling 11am yawns. It seems a caffeine injection is more important in some professions than others however, as a poll by Pressat has revealed.
There is no way to know how much coffee the people of Thailand drink in the course of a day. In the future, when the population grows even bigger, they are bound to consume even more.
At this local coffee shop and restaurant, customers have been getting their daily dose of caffeine, as well as breakfast , lunch, dinner, and sometimes a little entertainment for 14 years. Today, Coffee Makes You Black is a full-service restaurant, where one can watch young servers and baristas bustling about, weaving around tables at top speed and brewing City Net coffee while customers enjoy the singular art and photography that lines the high walls.
Great British Bake Off semi-finalist Beca Lyne-Pirkis cooked up a storm to help raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. The Cardiff-born baker was in the Welsh capital today to host a pop up cake stall in aid of the charity's World's Biggest Coffee Morning event.
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