The Art of Caffeine

There are lots of reasons we prefer coffee. It’s indescribably delicious, simple to summon, and can be dressed up in all kinds of ways for an equally expansive variety of occasions. And did we mention it comes with a helpful helping of caffeine? Because let’s be honest: We drink it for taste. We drink it
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The Magic Of Caffeine

As coffee devotees, we all know there’s a lot going on in our cups. There in the deepest dark, notes of chocolate and fruit, nut and spice, both bitter and sweet swirl together in a mélange of epicurean wonder so profound that no other beverage can compete. And, of course, all that flavor comes with
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Consumption of non-specialty coffee is down. Consumption of specialty coffee and espresso beverages is up. We think that’s a positive trend. According to the National Coffee Association’s annual market research study on National Coffee Drinking Trends, nearly 40 percent of American adults used to drink non-specialty coffee (read: open can, pour in grounds and water,
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The verdict on coffee just keeps getting better and better. A study led by Dr Frank Hu and Dr Shilpa Bhupathiraju of the Department of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, showed that increasing coffee consumption by a cup and a half a day over a four-year period reduces the risk of type
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Given the option to choose between specialty, premium and regular coffee, most people would likely pick among the first two. But what, really is the difference? Basically, it’s like the difference between orchids and sunflowers. Some coffees are higher quality, grown under near-perfect conditions, processed very carefully and eventually roasted in small batches to find