A quarter of the country might be buried in snow, but it was still another hot week in coffee land. This week there was a new coffee blog popping up on to the scene, Coffee Nate was featured in a newspaper and the amazing super powers of coffee are again proved with a study released about coffee reducing the risk of diabetes.
Coffee Obsessed What Is Your Favorite Brand And Blend Of Coffee
We have a new coffee blog on the block. The author is Robb Sutton who runs blogs about mountain biking, blogging and now you can find him at Coffee Obsessed.
Starbucks Melody Your intro to a cupping at 15th Ave Coffee: Starbucks Arabian Mocha Sanani
Rocketfuel Coffee Blog An Evening Of Coffee Tasting With RocketfuelCoffee.com
In two similar posts, Lisa and Melody describe the arts of tasting and cupping coffees. Both are fun filled activities and a great way to learn more about coffee.
Caffination CaffiNation 392 : Studio
Paul and crew cover everything from the low coffee harvest in Brazil to Retro PC’s in the latest Podcast. Worth checking out.
Brown Bean Blog Recipe: Peppermint Stick Mocha
Here’s a delicious sounding recipe, with a twist on my favorite holiday latte.
Sault’s resident coffee expert shares thoughts with the world
Coffee Nate was featured in the local newspaper. I’m not going to give it all away, but he talks about his mission to help us drink better coffee and more.
Study: Coffee and tea may lower diabetes risk
Another reason why coffee is so amazing. A new study says that people that drink three to four cups a day have a 25 percent lower risk of diabetes. I’m sure this is all negated if your three to four drinks are sugar filled lattes.
McDonald’s to lift fee for Internet access
Listen up Starbucks, McDonald’s is giving away their wifi for free. I know that technically yours is free too, but we have to make a purchase, have a Starbucks card, etc. It’s time to get rid of at least the Starbucks card restriction. In Europe, I’ve heard that they have free wifi because of a partnership with T-Mobile. To make matters worse, I’ve heard that you’re going to make it five purchases before we get access to their “free” wifi. Starbucks don’t leave us out in the cold. Put a code on the receipt that gives them access to wifi for two hours if you really want to make sure only paying customers use the wifi.
Upset woman redefines coffee break at Peet’s in Chico
This woman obviously needed her coffee. Just because she didn’t buy her coffee inside that Peet’s they should’ve allowed her to get her cream and sugar there. There’s times when you just need your caffeine and this was obviously one of those times.
Photo by Pak Gwei.