The lowest-paid workers are expected to give up having a life, do anything for the customer, and be grateful to have a job.
A Pumpkin Spice Latte with 14 shots of espresso, 20 pumps of pumpkin flavouring, and extra pumpkin topping, please.
There were mice in the madeleines. There were mice behind the walk-in. There were mice giving birth in bags of powdered frappé mix in the basement.
In a new list of public Internet spots most at risk of hacking, cafes came out top.
Colombia produces some of the best coffee in the world but almost all of the good stuff gets exported. Only recently have Columbians had the means to enjoy coffee made with high quality, homegrown beans.
An Australian barista has developed a coffee that promises up to 18 hours of “up time” and contains half of the lethal dose of caffeine.
“A lot of my old professors were saying, 'This is what you're doing with your degree?’” says Lem Butler, who became the US Barista Champion in 2008.
The complaint alleges that the chain’s iced coffee simply has too much ice in it. Oh, and there’s also this: Starbucks should pay $5 million in damages for causing this inconceivable (alleged) wrong.
Would you eat a slice of your coworker’s obligatory birthday cake if it were able to telepathically show you how many trips to the gym it would take to work off its fondant goodness?
A new consumer survey of Britons’ coffee-buying habits has found that a fifth choose where to grab their macchiato based on the attractiveness of the person behind the counter.