Monthly Archives: September 2011

Study Finds Coffee May Decrease Risk of Depression in Women

Study Finds Coffee May Decrease Risk of Depression in Women By Amy Scattergood Tue., Sep. 27 2011 at 1:26 PM   cappucino ​ Time to throw out the Prozac and buy some more Ethiopian Yrgecheffe instead. According to a report in yesterday’s Archives of Internal … Continue reading

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Breaking new grounds

Axil coffee roasters in Hawthorn, run by Dave Makin and partner Zoe Delany. Picture: Aaron Francis THE meal starts with greetings and a standard question. “Can I get you a coffee to begin with?” But this isn’t breakfast. In the … Continue reading

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Milk and Sugar in Coffee. Some facts from history

Why do some people drink milk and sugar in coffee? Many things have come from war, not all of them bad. Funny place to start when talking about why we have a tradition of some cultures adding milk and sugar … Continue reading

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Give a man an espresso

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10 reasons why you must regularly raise your prices.

By: Jack Groots Confession of a coffee shop owner Jack is my name, price increase my game. Let me aks you a question; If I still charged the same price for a latte today as I did when I opened JP’s would … Continue reading

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The Coffee Addiction

by William Imboden Promo for CNBC documentary, “The Coffee Addiction”. This spot illustrates the 2-month, 9,000-mile journey coffee takes from the rain forest to your morning cup. Writer, Producer, Director: William H. Imboden Editor: Clifford VanDyke Designer/Animator: Jeremy Spain

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Thoughts and Theories on Iced Coffee

By: CoffeeGeek.com As this summer’s crazy swelter continues into September, many lovers of great coffee have been turning their attention to iced coffee and espresso beverages. Articles are popping up everywhere, even by the New York Times on the subject. While … Continue reading

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