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Bulletproof™ Upgraded Grass Fed Coffee

Posted on February 1, 2012 by

his coffee makes you feel noticeably better than anything else you’ll find. You’ll never go back to Starbucks again. These beans are meant for drinking black or best of all, for making Bulletproof Coffee with grass fed butter. What? Grass fed butter? The beans are roasted in small batches by the #1 ranked roaster in […]

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James Murphy is Planning His Own Espresso Line

Posted on January 31, 2012 by

“For my birthday, my girlfriend got me a training course with the world champion. That’s what I’m going to do when I get back to London.” Maybe Daft Punk will play at his cafe. [Via Grub Street New York]

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Caffeine is just another Drug of Abuse

Posted on January 30, 2012 by

“Arousal effect of caffeine depends on adenosine A2A receptors in the shell of the nucleus accumbens” J. Neuroscience, 2011. What? Ok, sounds basic. Caffeine affects specific receptors. A chemical is only as good as its receptor, and that receptor is only as good as where it’s located, where those neurons are going, and what they […]

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Video: Kraft Kommon’s Pourover Macaroni and Cheese Technique

Posted on January 29, 2012 by

“Welcome to Kraft Kommon where we’re trying to really elevate the conversation around macaroni and cheese.” It’s true that agitating too much will negatively affect the Xantham Gum. [Via the amazing drunks at @KraftKommon]

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Video: VivaJava – The Coffee Game on Kickstarter

Posted on January 27, 2012 by

This kickstarter project to fund a coffee based board game is nothing short of amazing. [Via )on Lewis]

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Video: A Look Inside Sweet Leaf in Long Island City

Posted on January 27, 2012 by

“I could take that coffee that was so carefully cared for…and just screw it totally up. And that’s a lot of responsibility.” Indeed. If you’ve never seen the inside of Sweet Leaf before, here’s a nice opportunity. They’re still the best spot in 11101. [Via Vimeo]

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What Was Coffee Common NYC?

Posted on January 24, 2012 by

What was Coffee Common NYC? An opportunity for consumers to explore what coffee professionals take for granted: great coffee. There is a lot of time invested in gadgets and wizardry designed to improve our understanding of quality, but the average consumer simply wants to enjoy a good cup. Visitors to our space were given support, encouragement, […]

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Infographic: Why Coffee and Tea Are Both Super Good for You

Posted on January 13, 2012 by

This infographic may or may not be full of unsubstantiated information that is often disputed and contradicted regularly, but it’s colorful! And comes to us via Shape Magazine! [Via Shape Magazine]

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NYC’s 59th Street Subway Coffee Cup Mosaics

Posted on January 8, 2012 by

Why is this subway station decorated with mosaics of coffee cups? I’m not sure, New York’s first coffee roaster was located on Pearl Street, not 59th. But NYC has a long history of mosaics in the subway. There’s a flickr group devoted to it, and even a Wikipedia page. The best resource I’ve found so far is […]

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Coffee Common Coming to NYC

Posted on January 6, 2012 by

So this is happening. See you there? More info: Coffee Common · Coffee Common’s First Public Event in North….

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Video: Poured Over in Philadelphia

Posted on January 4, 2012 by

NewsWorks calls this “the next big thing for caffeine aficionados” but I think ReAnimator is dropping the ball here. If James Hoffmann’s 2012 prediction for batch brewers comes true, this may be a good example of why. [Via NewsWorks]

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What About the Baby?

Posted on January 3, 2012 by

Coffee is like a baby; loved most by its mother. If you think you’re doing a better job sourcing, roasting, and brewing than everyone else, you’re probably wrong. It’s understandable. You find it, roast it, nurture it, drink a ton of it, and love it. But love is blind. We’d all be better off if […]

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2011 in Empty Demitasse Cups

Posted on December 30, 2011 by

Actually, this is only the last three months of 2011. October is when I started this little side project. [2011 in Empty Demitasse | Flickr – Photo Sharing!]

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2011 in Empty Coffee Bags

Posted on December 30, 2011 by

Most, if not all of the coffees I made at home in 2011. It’s been a tasty year. See also: 2010 in Empty Coffee Bags. [All sizes | 2011 in Empty Coffee Bags | Flickr – Photo Sharing!]

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Why Working at Starbucks for Three Weeks Was the Toughest Job I’ve Ever Had

Posted on December 16, 2011 by

Interesting perspective from a Business Insider writer. [Why Working at Starbucks for Three Weeks Was the Toughest Job I’ve Ever Had]

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Collapsible Silicone and Steel Kettle for Camping

Posted on December 15, 2011 by

    I’d probably use this once every never or so, but if I were a camper I might. I’d probably take the mypressi though, not the recommended Presso.   [Via Wired.com]

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