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for the love of coffee

Coffee is an acquired taste and an affordable luxury. And it will take time and drinking a lot of it to experience the various nuances of different origins. It is just like appreciating good wine. Once you can appreciate coffee just by itself, without sugar, cream or artificial flavoring, you can start calling yourself a coffee aficionado.

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Find articles about all aspects of coffee. It is a never-ending story with a rich history. New ideas inspired by coffee are evolving somewhere on the globe. We will try our best to uncover interesting facts about this heavenly drink.

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Coffee in Austria

Coffee in Austria

Austria - influencing coffee culture for over 300 years Even a casual visitor will soon notice the importance of coffee in Austria. Austria is a small country in the center of Europe that has contributed quite a lot to the development of modern coffee culture in...

Unlimited Coffee Bar in Tokyo

Unlimited Coffee Bar in Tokyo

Unlimited Coffee Bar - a place for professionally prepared coffee The Unlimited Coffee Bar is a small gem of a coffee shop with top-notch specialty coffee in a charming downtown area of Tokyo. This neighborhood is bustling with tourists from all over the world....

Cold brewed coffee

Cold brewed coffee

What’s the buzz with cold brewed coffee?   Cold brewed coffee became more popular in the US only in the last 10 years or so, but it has already a long history. There is evidence that it has been around in Japan as early as the 1600s. Japanese have always been...

Kopi Luwak anyone? It’s just $80 a cup.

Kopi Luwak anyone? It’s just $80 a cup.

  Is Kopi Luwak the most expensive coffee? You certainly have heard about civet coffee or may know it rather by its more colloquial expression cat poop coffee. To add a more sophisticated touch and to establish it as an upscale product it is now mostly marketed under...

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