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According to this article, Americans drink an average of 3.2 cups of coffee per day. It has been recorded that over 50% of Americans over the age of 18 drink at least one coffee every day, which amasses to over 50 million daily drinkers! Data Hero explains that, based on
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When you think of coffee, what do you see? Black with cream and sugar? A watered down Americano? Whatever it is, coffee has certainly changed from the simple beverage it used to be. Now we see foaming cappuccinos, complicated frappuccinos, and even food recipes made with coffee! Have you ever
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It’s true that coffee beans have been getting all the attention these days. We don’t generally think about the other parts that are required to make coffee, because we rarely see them in action, but have you ever wondered what happens to the cherries that were picked, in order to
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There are so many different ways to have a coffee, and many people take it very seriously! Even one sugar out of place can mean the difference between a delicious energy-booster and a pile of muck. With so many options, there is something to be said for the way you
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You may know that you love the smell and taste of coffee, and you may know that you need at least two cups a day to be at your best, but do you actually know anything about coffee? Are you aware of all of the extra health benefits you may

THE HISTORY OF THE FRENCH PRESS It is said that in order to truly appreciate a creation or a product, one must go back in time and take a look at its history. For example, you could never appreciate the ingenuity of your smartphone if you did not know about
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This is part two of our two-part series on the history of espresso. You can jump right in if you want, but we recommend you take a look at part one first. The Milan Fair and Beyond Following the Milan Fair in 1906, others began to manufacture espresso machines all
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First, let’s make it clear what espresso is. It isn’t a bean or a blend, and it isn’t a type of roast. Espresso is a preparation method which forces pressurized hot water over coffee grounds, and produces a highly-concentrated form of coffee with a deep and potent flavor. You could
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Roughly 83% of adult Americans drink coffee, according to the National Coffee Association. That averages out to three cups a day per person, or almost 587 million cups a year! But, is it healthy? Yes! Coffee, when consumed in moderation, can actually improve your health. The beverage is filled with
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Coffee is by far one of the most popular beverages, both in the U.S. and around the world. Despite this, many people don’t know anything about it besides the fact that Starbucks sells it. They might recall vaguely that it is grown in foreign lands, transported to giant harvesting machines,
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Do you wake up every morning with gummy eyes, throw your instant coffee in the microwave, slurp it down, and then run out the door? For many, the answer is yes. If shotgunning caffeine into your bloodstream as quickly as possible is the goal, then this approach is fine. But,
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We know what many of you are thinking:  what is “leftover coffee”?  Most people know that the best coffee comes from beans that are freshly roasted and used within a certain amount of time.  For those who have not yet perfected exactly how much coffee they can drink before the