27/09/2019

Espresso

A little history The coffee as a subject is inexhaustible. There are many varieties consumed all over the world with similar passion. The strong Turkish coffee is hard to compare with the light American, which is drank in huge quantities by the Yankees. The tradition of coffee drinking is originated from the Arabs. The first coffee shipments arrived...

27/09/2019

Dinatale Cafe in munich

Dinatale Cafe is a stylish place, sitting just outside the Englischer Garten, one of the biggest tourist attractions in Munich. Since you will most likely visit this gigantic park, you should definitely stop for a coffee break in Dinatale Cafe. It is a traditional Italian family business, and they do their best to maintain their impeccable reputation....

27/09/2019

Coffee recycling and its benefits

Did you know that your morning cup of coffee contributes to six million tonnes of spent coffee grounds going to landfill every year? This does not have to be the fate of your caffeine addiction and there are many opportunities to up-cycle spent coffee grounds into valuable commodities. From fresh fruit, to roasted bean, to used up grounds, coffee’s...

27/09/2019

Get to Know Verve Coffee Roasters

This Santa Cruz roaster spreads its laidback Northern California vibes to Los Angeles, Tokyo, and coffee lovers around the globe. Verve Coffee Roasters came to be through the serendipitous union of surf, sweat, and a love of life. Founded on 41st Avenue, this NorCal roaster’s roots remain planted in Santa Cruz, California. How did you get started...

27/09/2019

Bitter coffee today? Try changing the colour of your cup

In Australia, around a billion cups of coffee a year are consumed in cafés, restaurants and other outlets. Even Britain, a nation famous for its fondness for tea, has in recent years seen a dramatic rise in its coffee consumption, with an estimated 70 million cups drunk each day. Given the economic incentive to keep consumers drinking coffee, café...

27/09/2019

Irish Coffee

according to the legend, the first Irish Coffee was born in the southwestern port of Ireland, Foynes , in the early 1940’s. The café of the harbor was the first destination of the tired, frozen passengers arriving from the United States. The store employee Joe Sheridan invented the drink, which warmed both the body and the soul of the passengers. When...

25/09/2019

The Story of Coffee in Hungary

coffee came to Hungary with the Turks , but at that time the black drink was not that popular. The creation of coffee fashion is due to the Hungarian aristocrats and military officers who often paid a visit at the Viennese court. The first coffee house in Hungary The first Hungarian coffee house opened in 1714 and after a few years German and Italian...

13/09/2019

can caffeine improve your exercise performance?

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Nearly half the adult population in Australia drink it. Aside from enjoying the taste, the main reason we drink coffee is to get caffeine into our bloodstream. Caffeine can help keep you awake, increase alertness, improve your concentration, enhance cognitive performance, and sharpen short-term...

13/09/2019

why do I get a headache when I haven’t had my coffee?

Caffeine is our favourite drug. But if we miss out on our fix, it can be a real headache, in more ways than one. Caffeine is a stimulant. It quickly enters our brain and blocks the (adenosine) receptors that are responsible for dulling brain activity. By blocking the dulling of our brain, we feel a sense of invigoration, focus and subtle euphoria. These...

13/09/2019

does drinking coffee help you live longer?

There’s only one thing better than a hot cup of coffee in the morning: a new research paper telling you your daily habit is good for your health. Headlines this week presented the good news from the journal JAMA Internal Medicine: Like many previous studies , the JAMA paper found people who drank coffee had a lower risk of dying of any cause –...

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