Ah, the coffee. Coffee drinkers are unique in one very special way. They know when it’s time to have a cup of coffee without having to give it a second thought. At least I know I do. What about you?
For some it is early in the morning before the world wakes up. For others it’s while driving to work. If you pass by a coffee shop on your way to work you will know what I mean here.
I got to thinking about it and realized there are lots of other times when coffee drinkers know exactly when to have a cup of coffee. Here’s what I came up with. » Read more..
I tried to answer the question as to why coffee drinkers love coffee so much and had a bit of a hard time in doing so.
At first I thought well it smells so good you just have to drink it. But then I decided coffee drinkers are more complex than that. Then I thought about that and realized they are simple in knowing what they like. Well, I didn’t think that was a very good fit, though it has some truth to it so a I kept thinking about the question. » Read more..
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Coffee Express is a great place to shop for coffee. There selection is huge and they know their coffee. This free shipping deal will not only save you some money but it gets delivered right to your door. » Read more..
Let me ask you one question. Do you drink coffee for health? I didn’t think so. I have never known anyone tell me, “hey since coffee is good for you I drink it for health.”
Nor have I ever been invited over to a friend’s home to drink coffee for health. So why is there so much discussion or rather concern, whether coffee is good or bad for your health? » Read more..
Starbucks said they have purchased their first coffee farm for research and beans. As the onset of the disease leaf rust runs rampant in Central America, they intend to research this devastating disease that is effecting the coffee industry.
Though Starbucks is known for their coffee shops around the world, they are now owners of a coffee farm in Costa Rica which spans approximately 600 acres. Maybe with their financial interest in this region they can find a way to effectively combat the coffee rust that is killing coffee plants. » Read more..
Seasoned coffee drinkers already understand there are only three basic types of coffee when it comes to classifying their favorite beverage.
While on the other hand, if you are new to coffee, this will help you further understand just what those three basic types of coffee are. Once you understand this, your coffee experience will become a passion rather than simply a curiosity.
It will also offer you a way to relax with your thoughts enabling you to focus on those tasks you need to accomplish » Read more..
I always knew there was a good reason to drink coffee. Yep, another study on coffee. It seems there is a study that shows that coffee may reduce your risk of dying. Read that again. Coffee may reduce your risk of dying. Really now. How can that be?
If I’m not mistaken, there is a saying that there are two things which are certain in life, death and taxes.
If death is a fact, and we know that it is, tell me, how will drinking coffee reduce your risk of dying? The debate whether coffee is bad or good for you continues. » Read more..
Coffee is about enjoying friends and good conversations and even some coffee humor thrown in the mix to keep things light and easy.
Life is serious enough without a good cup of coffee. It does us all good to take pause and be able to laugh at something so innocent as a bit of humor.
One bit of coffee humor is Red Green’s episode of “Lawn Mower Coffee” which is a clever way in which you can laugh and enjoy your coffee.
Take a look at this coffee humor and I think you too will agree. » Read more..
Guatemala declares national coffee emergency to deal with spread of fungus devastating coffee crops throughout the region.
Coffee crops in Guatemala City are suffering from a form of fungus called Coffee Rust which kills coffee plants. It sucks the nutrients out of the leaves which are vital for healthy plants. When the leaves fall off, the plants die.
This deadly fungus is effecting 70% of the coffee crops in Central American countries and could easily create a shortage on your favorite beverage, coffee. » Read more..
The Original Coffee Block Gift A gift that is completely unique and fun to open. The Coffee Block surprises them with four golden gift boxes and a ceramic coffee mug, all perfectly combined to make the ideal gift for anyone who enjoys a daily cup of joe.
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Beradi’s Blend Fresh Roast Coffee, White Ceramic Bistro Mug, Snickerdoodle Cookies, Cappuccino Jelly Beans, Biscoffee Shortbread Mocha, and more. » Read more..