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.
Jack Benchakul used to work at some of the world’s largest biotech companies. Now, he makes vanilla-pandan lattes and strives to find the perfect balance of science and artistry to make the best cup of coffee imaginable.
The seemingly paragon-esque actions of one Starbucks barista in the land of Nippon might just change the way you think about the iconic java jockeys
A New Zealand cafe has been criticised after announcing that it will only serve coffee with whole milk. Co-owner Stephen Mateer explained: “We think [skim milk] builds an inferior match with the product that we roast.”
The caffeine behemoth announced recently that it will begin spending millions of dollars to subsidize the housing of thousands of its Chinese employees.
New market research shows that young Brits are drinking less instant coffee, something that could be down to a more discerning coffee palate among twentysomethings than their insty-swilling forebearers.
Just a snide comment or misspelling of your name scribbled on your coffee cup could leave even Alan Rickman with a Horcrux-sized identity crisis.