It's the perfect breeding ground for bacteria.
There's a famous scene in the 1975 movie The Stepford Wives in which human robot Paula Prentiss suffers a massive circuitry meltdown. Over and over she dumps coffee grounds on the kitchen counter, smashes breakfast mugs on the floor, and utters her pre-programmed catch-phrases in an endless loop. Show More Summary
Chicory is a root that can be roasted, ground and brewed like coffee and, in some parts of the world, is combined with coffee to make a unique breakfast beverage. In the US, New Orleans is a city that is known for the combination of coffee and chicory, but that pairing traces back to the...
“Come and have lunch with me in the New Year,” said a contact, met professionally yet also morphing into a friend. “There is a new place at the Australian National University near the Sports Hall called The Coffee Grounds.” I didn’t want to be a spoil sport and say that I can’t drink coffee. And as [...]
3D printing technology has made several leaps and bounds within the last few years, especially with the materials which can be used to create different objects - even coffee grounds and beer can be recycled into art. Planetary Resources...Show More Summary
Frank Raffaele has donated more than $200,000 to local charities through his philanthropic artisanal coffee company, Coffeed, and he wants to give more. Raffaele is looking to raise $6 million to... To view the full story, click the title link.
Awwww, Mexico… The land of the coc nuts coold and the Special Chapo Coffee, is also ground zero for small businesses –and plenty of quotation marks. A recent trip to the Mexican states of Hidalgo, Querétaro and Guanajuato just confirmed what this … Continue reading ?
Finishing the last sip of lukewarm coffee, I picked a few stray grounds off the tip of my tongue. Two cups should do it. Sufficiently caffeinated, I checked the weather app on my phone one last time. Thirty-two degrees with a "real feel" of twelve degrees thanks to high winds barreling down from Canada. Show More Summary
Coffee, how do we love thee? Let us count the ways. Number one: You give us life. Number two: You help keep things moving. Number three: You make mornings bearable. The list goes on and a new study has given us more grounds to call coffee...Show More Summary
Whether your daily morning ritual involves aero-pressing a scoop of freshly ground, artisan-roasted coffee or K-cupping your way into a state of caffeinated bliss, this year taught us that there are absolutely no rules to any coffee habit.
This will be our final Coffee Break installment for the year 2015. We'll be on a brief hiatus and then hitting the ground running in the new year. The post CBB143: A Review of 2015 – What’s Coming In 2016 appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.
The Poursteady keeps the pour-overs pouring at espresso speed. The pour-over, whereby your barista spiral-drizzles steaming water into a punctiliously weighed dose of ground coffee, makes an iconographically superior brew. It is also fussy, time-consuming, and ill suited to a line of waiting, undercaffeinated New York café customers. Show More Summary
Chicago’s Notre Shop just produced a clean capsule with beloved boot-maker Viberg, and it’s a win for footwear and coffee lovers. The collection pays homage to everyone’s favorite caffeinated drink by using “Coffee Chromepak”… The post Notre Shop & Viberg’s New Boot Capsule Uses Ground Coffee Beans appeared first on Selectism.
Caffeine's natural antibacterial properties are no match for these hardy colonizers.
Sure, you love your artisanal beans -- but could instant coffee be better for the planet? Advice maven Umbra Fisk sniffs around for an answer.
How seriously? Coffee concierges, fresh grounds on request, and $750 worth of brewing equipment in your room seriously.
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Thanks to its many health benefits, matcha tea is a trendy new coffee alternative. Matcha is essentially a finely ground powder made from green tea leaves, and one serving of matcha tea has the nutritional equivalent of 10 cups of regularly brewed green tea, as well as 137 times more antioxidants. Show More Summary
Book lovers and coffee drinkers no doubt have an excess of cardboard and coffee grounds on their hands. But before you chuck them in the recycling bin, why not consider reusing those materials to grow mushrooms? It may sound strange at first, but nutrient-rich coffee grounds and corrugated cardboard are a match made in mushroom heaven. Show More Summary
Behind every cup of coffee, there’s a mound of wet grounds. Despite being the byproduct of a delicious and necessary process, used coffee grounds don’t tend to get a lot of respect. Most of the time, they get taken out with the trash or flushed down the garbage disposal. Show More Summary