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    I know what you may be thinking. Why would anyone want to go decaf? Cutting caffeine is more common than you might think. Today, decaf coffee makes up around 12% of all coffee consumption. According to this post by the Mayo clinic, some reasons to switch to decaf

Filled with prolific composers, inventors, philosophers, politicians, writers, and more, this list includes 21 movers and shakers throughout history who shared at least one common love — coffee. Was this the secret sauce to their success or merely a coincidence? I like to believe the former, and credit the bean

That dusty old school coffee maker is probably getting more action than ever. It’s about time your coffee space got a little recharge. Here’s how to create that coffee-shop feel from your home. The best part is, you can savor every sip in your underwear without having to worry about someone calling security.

Back to school season is stressful enough under normal circumstances. With all the unpredictability that is the year 2020, we’ll take all the help we can get. I don’t know about you, but if I hear the phrase “during these unprecedented times,” I might just lose my mind. That being

Finally, some good news in 2020! Most coffee drinkers don’t need arm-twisting to convince them to enjoy their favorite brew. But these days, our health is at the front of our minds more than ever. So it’s nice knowing your daily pick-me-up is also good for you! Perhaps you are

This gadget can do so much more than make delicious coffee. I love it because it’s easy to use, versatile, and makes me feel like I have my life together. At least, it gives me the caffeine I need so I can actually get my life together. Ooh la la.

As the weather heats up, many coffee drinkers are making the switch from a warm and cozy cup o’ joe to an icy, refreshing pick me up. And if you’re anything like me, any time is cold brew time. Coffee shops have picked up on this and often charge more

The 19th century was a tumultuous time for the United States of America, and no time was more so than 1861 to 1865 when we were engaged in a great Civil War. From New York to Texas, and beyond, the The Union Army marched, and feeding the troops was a
Stale Coffee Mug

ONE: Use Old Coffee – You find a bag of coffee in the fridge, way in the back. You ask yourself, “How badly do I need a cup of coffee?” If you don’t remember when you bought it, then you must need it really badly! Once coffee is roasted the

Get a taste of Brazil with Illy Monoarabica Brazil. Bold and Flavorful from the Cerrado Mineiro region of Brazil. This whole bean coffee offers a full-bodied boldness and smooth, rich taste with subtle hints of decadent chocolate. The tropical climate and rich soil of Cerrado Mineiro give this coffee its