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There's a new app, called Cups, that lets you pay $45 a month for unlimited coffee from dozens of independent coffee shops.
The price of coffee beans has risen about 85 percent this year on concerns that dry weather in Brazil will damage the harvest there.
Perk up, caffeine lovers: A new app that made its way from Israel to the U.S. will get you unlimited coffee each month.
The price of coffee beans has surged this year on concerns that dry weather in Brazil would damage the harvest there.
Coffee shops are like assholes: everyone's got one, and they're full of assholes.
Shade grown coffee is grown under a canopy of trees - a technique hailed as environmentally friendly and sustainable for maintaining plant and animal life around the coffee plantation.
A good cup of coffee starts with the right beans , but from there you also need the right tools to get the best possible result.
Joe and Amy Contino will be ready for any caffeine emergencies that arise this summer.
There's a growing physical dependence on caffeine that research now shows is similar to the dependency people experience on drugs or alcohol.
Latte art created by Cabell Tice of The Thinking Cup in Boston. He won in the Latte Art World Championship Open at Coffee Fest New York, March 7-9.
FICO COFFEE, the franchisee of California-based The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in Thailand, aims to more than triple the number of its coffee houses to 75 within four years.
PT's at College Hill, 1635 S.W. Washburn Ave, has been named one of the 50 best coffee shops in America by TheDailyMeal.com for the second year in a row.
Electric coffeemakers make it far too easy to brew a cup of coffee - they remove you from the process, taking it out of your hands and resulting in coffee that tastes mass-produced - which is why pour-over brewing has become so popular among people who really care about their coffee.
The owner of a recently opened Sturgeon Bay coffee shop wanted to try a new career and decided making coffee was a good place to start.
It used to be the ciggie break, but now it's the cafe dash that has workers abandoning their desks en masse for a fix.
Starting April 22, fans of New Grounds Roasting Co. will be able to buy the West Market Street coffee house's coffees, specialty teas and coffee drinks at York College of Pennsylvania.