Is Coffee Really More Popular Than Booze Now? I Went to a Coffee Festival to Find Out
Pubs are closing every week in Britain as cafes take over our high streets. At London Coffee Festival, I spoke to baristas, latte artists, and coffee shop owners to find out whether lattes can ever replace lager.
The 13 Best Places to Get Coffee in New Orleans
Here are our picks for the best and brightest coffee spots in all of New Orleans.
The Majority of People Might Just Genuinely Prefer Cheap Coffee
A full 67 percent of testers liked the cheap stuff better. When Rossen blind-tested three of his coworkers, all three of them preferred the cheap coffee.
The EU Is Tackling Climate Change With Snazzy New Espresso Machines
The European Commission has committed to spending €1.6 million (about $1.8 million) to create an “eco-efficient and healthy” espresso machine.
Will €10 Coffee Be the Death of French Café Culture?
Bonnus wanted to encourage the sale of alcohol at his brasserie after 5 PM, so he hiked the price of a cup of coffee way up, and now he says he is being insulted and bullied on social media.
The Deconstructed Coffee That Has Australians in an Uproar
The "deconstructed flat white"—three separate beakers of hot water, milk, and espresso served atop a wooden board—has been widely met with ridicule.
A Single Coffee Drink a Day Could Ruin Your Entire Diet
Australians—and the rest of us—may unknowingly be consuming our entire daily sugar and saturated fat limits and half of our suggested calorie intake in our coffee.
Brits Are Embarrassed to Order the Coffee They Really Want
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.
Jebena Buna Is the Only Way to Drink Ethiopian Coffee
After drinking my third cup in jebena buna, a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony, my head is buzzing and my eyes are watering from the frankincense smoke wafting into my face.
In Cambodia, Coffee and Tea Come Together in One Cup
Pouring jasmine tea over coffee dregs sounds like a bad idea but in Cambodia, it’s a refreshing way to cap off the heavy Robusta blends favoured by street sellers.
This Is Why Australians Hate Starbucks
Over the course of eight years, Starbucks opened 84 Frappuccino-slinging outlets across Australia, only to shutter 60 of them due to lack of customer interest.