Kopi Luwak: All You Want to Know About the World’s Most Luxurious Coffee

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks. Billions of people all over the globe start their day with a cup of freshly brewed coffee, and coffee shops and cafes can be found in every corner of the globe.


Starbucks To Pause Advertising Across Social Media To Help Stop Hate Speech

Starbucks Corp will pause advertising on all social media platforms as it explores the best ways to help stop the spread of hate speech, the company said in a statement on Sunday.

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Study Reveals Which Substances Make Coffee Bitter

A recent study conducted by the Leibniz-Institute for Food Systems Biology and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) into bitter substances in coffee has provided new insights into the molecular interactions between bitter substances and bitter receptors. Compounds contained in coffee such as caffeine contribute to the bitterness in varying degrees. The findings were published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.


Starbucks’ Coronavirus Plan Demonstrates The Future Of Fast Food

For Starbucks, the pandemic’s emergency workarounds are also a proving ground for a retail concept that could change the way people visit quick-serve restaurants.


Sneakers Made From Recycled Coffee

Changing the shoe game with upcycled materials. Used coffee grounds combine with recycled plastic for a footwear material that is both durable and sustainable.


Will Coffee Replace Tea As Britain’s Hot Beverage Of Choice?

On Wednesday, I had a small hit of life going back to normal. My favourite local independent coffee shop reopened – serving coffees and home-baked cookies out of a makeshift window hatch.

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Vietnamese Company Creates World’s First Biodegradable Coffee Face Mask To Combate Pollution

A footwear company in Vietnam has just launched its new product line of coffee face masks. Called AirX, the face mask is made from Vietnamese coffee beans and is reusable, biodegradable and antibacterial. 


4 More Affordable Alternatives To Nescafé Instant Coffee Currently In Lebanon

Because of the dollar crisis, Nestle increased its prices, making many Nescafe drinkers think twice about their morning cup of joe.

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Starbucks Is Launching Its First Color-changing Cup After Covid-19 Closures

Starbucks is launching new color-changing cups later this month — the coffee giant’s first foray into reusable cups since the coronavirus pandemic started.


Nestle Pilots Refillable Coffee, Pet Food Dispensers

Allows consumers to digitally access product information in store.