Price Of Coffee Drops Due To Coronavirus

The wholesale price of coffee dropped 30 percent in the first week of February compared to the last week of December. This information comes from the New York Intercontinental Exchange, where Arabica coffee beans fell from $1.30 to $0.97 a pound over the month of January. Although there are many reasons for this decline, the Wuhan coronavirus appears to be a significant factor. However, fear of the virus has more to do with the price plunge than the virus itself.    


10 Coffee Based Drinks And Dishes To Make At Home

Ah, coffee. There’s something incredibly soothing about sipping a steaming cup of joe. Whether you are cradling a travel mug on your way to work or dashing out after gym to refuel with an espresso, it’s hard to imagine life without it.

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Can A Cup Of Coffee Improve Your Writing Skills?

For centuries, writers have turned to coffee as an elixir, but the hot beverage’s history as a creative stimulant goes back much further.


These 10 Guys Drinking Coffee Are Hotter Than Any Morning Joe

Coffee gives us a reason to get out of bed in the morning. Hot guys are a pretty good reason, too. Put them together and you’ve got the perfect recipe!

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Metal bands with coffee brands

Over the years, many musicians and celebrities have started or indorsed liquor brands, but another beverage venture that’s been very popular recently has been rockers launching their own coffee brands.


10-Year-Old Wine Report 2020: Delaire Graff wins a bottle of GS Cabernet 1966 worth R30 000 for best wine overall is pleased to present the 10-Year-Old Wine Report 2020 – featuring wines from the 2010 vintage.

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How To Make Butter With Coffee

You’ve probably heard of bulletproof coffee but did you know that you can also make your own flavoured coffee butter? Your morning toast will never taste the same again with this caffeine-fuelled recipe.


The History of Fast Food

The origins of cheap, readily available food date back as far as the 1400’s, when quick food like waffles, pies, and soups became popular for travellers or poor families in pre-modern Europe.

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Stellenbosch Hills spreads April cheer with Hot Cross Bun and Wine Pairing

Variations of a seasonal favourite to be served with winery stars


Boplaas Six Generations of Aged Spirits

Craft Gin has been a massive hit with South African (and international) consumers in the past few years, with thousands of distilleries popping up and new brands and flavours launched almost weekly. This resurgence in spirits is a great opportunity for producers of aged variants like pot still brandy and whisky to showcase their quality and craft in a booming market.