• Fingerprinting Fake Coffee

    Fingerprinting Fake Coffee
    With gourmet coffee prices approaching sticker-shock levels, scientists in Illinois report developing a method to “fingerprint” coffee to detect when corn has been mixed into short-changing customers. Such adulteration of Brazilian coffee is among the most severe problems affecting coffee quality – with cereal grains, coffee twigs, and brown sugar sometimes mixed into the genuine article. The research focuses on detecting corn, probably the...
  • Coffee Shipments to PO Box and Military Addresses

    Coffee Shipments to PO Box and Military Addresses
    We are one of the few coffee companies that ship freshly roasted coffee across to U.S. PO Box addresses. This also allows us to afford-ably ship coffee to our military men and contractors serving around the world. Free shipping is also available for orders of 4 or more bags of coffee.We regularly ship to the customer in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the U.S. islands in...
  • Latte Overtakes Cappuccino in the UK. Over 935m Cups Sold!

    Latte Overtakes Cappuccino in the UK. Over 935m Cups Sold!
    Latte’s popularity is now greater than cappuccino in the UK.
  • Best Way to Make Coffee While Camping?

    Best Way to Make Coffee While Camping?
    Say, I have a question that I hope you may be able to answer for me: I will be going camping – what would be the best way to make my coffee? No electricity or propane, just campfire. Am I thinking maybe a french press?
  • Are Real Hazelnuts Used in Hazelnut Flavor Coffee?

    Are Real Hazelnuts Used in Hazelnut Flavor Coffee?
    We do not use real hazelnuts in our flavoring. We only use natural substitute ingredients for our coffee flavoring. Our gourmet flavored coffees are all made with all-natural ingredients, no sugar, no calories and no allergens.
  • Most Expensive Coffee in the World

    Most Expensive Coffee in the World
    The Kopi Luwak Coffee beans are actually excreted from an animal called the palm civet. It turns out that palm civets, which are a type of cat, like to consume the red coffee cherries, which contain coffee beans. The cats carefully select only the ripest, reddest cherries, so in a sense, they have naturally refined coffee bean pickers for the most expensive coffee in the world. 
  • Geisha Coffee Costa Rica, the Latest Coffee Rage

    Geisha Coffee Costa Rica, the Latest Coffee Rage
    This past week I noticed a huge sales increase in our Geisha Coffee Costa Rica. So much so that we quickly went out of stock. I knew something was up and on Thursday morning on the local TV news, I figured it out. Starbucks announced that they are now selling this as the most expensive coffee at $7 per cup. News outlets across the country...
  • Illegally Grown Coffee Inside One of the World's Most Important National Parks

    Illegally Grown Coffee Inside One of the World's Most Important National Parks
    Coffee lovers the world over are unknowingly drinking coffee that was illegally grown inside one of the world's most important national parks for tigers, elephants and rhinos, according to an investigative report released by World Wildlife Fund (WWF). 
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