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Coffee candy is perfect for caffeine lovers on the go

I recently got a chance to try Dry Brew, which, as they say, “enables coffee lovers the enjoyment of having their coffee boost anytime and anywhere.”


London company produces the world`s first Clear Coffee to keep your teeth white

There’s an element of optical illusion to the latest drink fuelling Londoners, according to this report in the Evening Standard.


Can coffee naps help you power through the day?

Caffeine and napping have something in common. Both make you feel alert and can enhance your performance, whether that’s driving, working or studying.


Brits are forking out 90% more for a cup of coffee compared to rest the globe

The 2016 Coffee Price Index compares the average cost of coffee from home,  the office, Starbucks and an independent coffee shop for 75 countries across the world.


Get healthy fats first thing in the morning with a bulletproof coffee

Replacing your morning coffee’s dose of milk and sugar with a pat of butter to help kickstart your day into overdrive, according to advocates of the Bulletproof Coffee trend.


London Gets Giant Coffee Cups to Recycle 7 Million Small Ones

London is installing giant yellow bins in the shape of coffee cups, aiming to persuade consumers to recycle as many as 7 million hot-drink containers a year that otherwise end up in landfill.

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Ridiculously strong South African coffee is keeping Americans wide awake

Go ahead and tell your boss you’re going to be in early, because the “strongest coffee in the world” has got you covered.


Japanese Company Introduces Spreadable Coffee

Fancy some coffee on your toast? Snow Brand Milk Products in Japan has released a creamy spread flavoured like its super-sweet coffee drinks in celebration of the brands 55th birthday.


Is tea or coffee better for you?

Coffee is no good for you – that’s the received wisdom, at least.


Starbucks Introduces Whiskey Barrel-Aged Coffee

The Starbucks Roastery in Seattle is now offering two new speciality drinks and bags of coffee made from beans aged in whiskey barrels.