Your star sign says a lot about your personality, and thus your coffee habits. Check out what your star sign says about coffee habits here. Continue reading “What your star sign says about your coffee habits”
The majority of us go to an office every single day, commonly early in the morning and spend an average of 8 hours a day there. You might not have considered getting a coffee machine for your office, but you’d be surprised at how a good machine could improve your work day. Saving time, increasing productivity and uplifting the overall mood in your office. Here are some signs that your office needs a coffee machine.
It’s okay to feel a little bit worried because you truly feel your body’s blood has now been replaced by coffee. You might be thinking about changing the fact that you can’t get up in the morning without a super strong, super sweet coffee. Sure, you’ve read possible health problems that can be caused by coffee or even started to stare into your bank account at the fact you’ve spent more money on coffee than fruit this month but it isn’t all doom and gloom. Continue reading “Don’t worry! These geniuses were also addicted to coffee”
It feels like the month of January has been going on for about 3 months, it’s still cold, bleak, there’s not much to look forward to any time soon and our bank accounts are still suffering from the festive period. So what we really need is something tasty and comforting to help us pass the time until summer. Continue reading “Recipe – Warm Apple Pie Latte”
Laptop hoggers: loosely defined as those people who sit in coffee shops and cafes with their laptops, sometimes for hours on end. We’ve all seen them, if not been one of them, but recently they’ve been labelled as some kind of problem.
The Dutch drink a lot of coffee. They drink more than any other country in the world, stacking up at 2,414 cups a day. Trailing far behind in second place are the Scandinavians at 1,848 cups a day; a seemingly poor effort? The Dutch may be breaking recent records by gulping down the caffeinated drink, obviously next to the platitudinous windmills and tulips, but the history of coffee is also very much a part of Netherland’s history. Continue reading “From the Dutch to the world: The history of coffee”
So, its nearly a month into the new year and you might have had so many goals to try new things and travel places. And although these may not have surfaced (yet) this Mexican Spiced Mocha might just settle that travel bug whilst providing you with new tastes. Continue reading “Recipe – Mexican Spiced Mocha”
Millennials are different to older generations in basically everyway. They value education and work over family, move out later, start families later and spend their money on more material things. And none of this is necessarily negative or positive – it’s simply just a shift in attitudes. The trends revolving around coffee is one thing that has been affected massively by millennials. Continue reading “How have millennials changed the coffee game”
So, we all know a love for coffee can be quite pricey but we’re here to give you a few suggestions to help you save money which means you won’t have to go cold turkey (the absolute horror) to save extra coins. Continue reading “How coffee lovers can save money in 2018”