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Coffee and Culture

Calling all coffee-loving jet setters! Dreaming of travel while stuck sheltering in place? While you may not be able to book a flight to satisfy your wanderlust, we’ve got the next best thing. Dust off your [virtual] passport because we’ve put together a list of delicious recipes from all over

Coffee is grown in more than 50 countries across the world, which is beyond exciting, if you ask us.  What this means is that you’ll get a different taste based on climate, soil, altitude, and a number of other factors.  We find it fascinating how different regions produce varying coffee
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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

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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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

If you like dessert and absolutely love coffee, we have some good news.  Coffee is incredibly easy to insert into a lot of desserts and will have your taste buds begging for more.  We aren’t talking about sweet coffee drinks, either.  From coffee macarons (a light-weight cookie made either with

Latte art has been around since the late 1980s in America, but, with the arrival of Instagram, it soon became all the rage.  Now, baristas have more admirers of their art than just those who visit their coffee shops.  Check out these amazing artists/baristas on Instagram and give them a

You might be wondering what other possible reasons you need to love coffee other than its delicious taste and lovely aroma.  Well, it turns out that there are thousands of reasons to love coffee, but we’ve narrowed it down to just a few for why you should feel good about

Coffee—a drink celebrated and consumed all over the world. Alone, Americans drink about two cups of coffee a piece, every day, and over 50 percent of our population drinks coffee daily. In fact, drinking regular cups of coffee will give you energy and a mental sharpness to tackle the day.

Even though you may stumble out of bed every morning and make your way to your coffee maker, you probably don’t give much thought about how many other Americans are doing just that. Or, how we are changing the way we drink coffee in the United States to model our