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Most people do not dream of a death wish...but in this case, "Death Wish" is on the tip of everyone's tongues. This new kind of coffee claims to have the "most highly caffeinated premium dark roast organic coffee in the world".
Do you normally need two to three cups of coffee to make it through the day? Not anymore! This cup will keep you alert and caffeinated for the duration of the day. Their beans have approximately 200% more caffeine than the average coffee bean.
Death Wish is organically grown, fair traded and shade grown. It has the flavor of dark-roasted Arabica coffee beans.
You can buy it for $19.99/lb.
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Would you dare to try Death Wish Coffee? Yes. Maybe once or twice. No way.
iphone 5 capas Para proteger o menor tablet da Apple, que possui 7,9 polegadas, 7,2 mm e 308 g, a Mobimax apresenta capas, da X-Doria, que são discretas e elegantes. São três modelos: Dash Folio, Engage e Smart Jacket. A primeira delas é a capa Dash Folio, que é fabricada em couro ecológico e protege a tela e a parte traseira do tablet com elegância. Possui função wake up e pode ser encontrada na cor preta. capas de telemoveis Para o iPod Touch e o iPod Nano, as capas transparentes, da Muvit, possibilitam proteger o aparelho e ainda garantem a visibilidade do novo design. Para o iPod Touch 5, a capa é transparente com bordas pretas. Já para o iPod Nano 7G é totalmente transparente. Fabricadas em policarbonato ambas vêm com uma película, ca…Read more >
We wanted to let you all know about a cool Wikia project called the Community Choice Awards! We're basically picking some of the best lifestyle milestones of 2012 and asking the communities to vote for what they think should win!
We're reaching out because the Coffee Wiki has been nominated for Best Food Trend (for Boutique Coffee Roasters) along with Instagramming food, Gluten Free Food, Kale, Local Sourcing, Jewish food 2.0, Grandma food (pickling/canning/fermenting), Korean, Chia seeds, and Greek yogurt! If you think your drink trend should win, spread the word and come vote!
Feel free to add to the lists hereif you think anything is missing and I hope you enjoy participating in the Community Choice Awards!Read more >
Previously included with Windows Phone mobile phones not just to the mega sellers. That should change with the new version 8. The smart and handy HTC 8X first smartphone running the new operating system from Microsoft. android phone Microsoft is making a new attempt to break into the mobile market. With a market share of around two percent worldwide since it can practically only go uphill. Windows Phone 8 is also the manufacturer of smartphones is an opportunity, next Android build a second pillar and continue to bite off a bigger piece of the pie. That is why the new version of mobile operating system from Microsofta double-height significance. By 8X HTC is now presenting the first phone with Windows Phone 8, Microsoft has also chosen as …Read more >
Coffee from the highest peaks of Puerto Rico + 3k feet, from the richest mineral soil, all Grade A beans (360 Reserva Cafe, Premium and 360 Reserva Peaberry) Puertorican blend, Fairtrade Certified, Cup of Excellence it is Harvests of the World specialty signature coffee
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Harvests of the World, Inc and the Mayaguez Zoo of Puerto Rico with the colaboration of Dustin Butler who is going to donate 3 Asian Palm Civets. We have decided that Puerto Rico who has the same climate as the philipines and indonesia it could be a great home for the Asian Palm Civet to have a preservatory so this animal could multiply ...you wonder why the black market in this countries mention exploid this animal for its coffee this animal has to be in the wild not captive and mass fed coffee just to creat the rare kopi luwak coffee... the process to make kopi luwak has to be in the wild because when the animal eat way too much coffee he has to eat fruit and flowers to bring down the acid in its stomach ...Also this animal is being kill…Read more >
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Today is National Coffee Day here in the United States, so let us raise a cup of our favorite roast in honor of the man who is credited with discovering the wonders of the coffee plant by the National Coffee Association: Kaldi, the Ethiopian goat herder. Thanks to him, waking up in the morning isn't so bad anymore, and going to work is actually plausible.
Assuming you drink coffee every day, you must be asking yourself, "what's so special about National Coffee Day?" Well, unless you have absolute brand allegiance to Dunkin Donuts Coffee or Starbucks, it's possible to get a free cup of joe on this holiday. 7-11, Thornton's, and Krispy Kreme are all giving away free coffee today. Caribou Coffee and Publix supermarkets are hosting two-for-one …Read more >
CareerBuilder and Dunkin Donuts have joined powers to create a list of the top fifteen occupations that need the most coffee. Think yours is on it? Topping the list is a scientist or lab technician, followed by a marketing/PR professional. You can check out the rest of the list here.
They also figured out some pretty cool stats about coffee and occupation--apparently people most likely to have their coffee black are hotel workers, judges and attorneys. Who would have thought?
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So, just in case you thought you drank too much coffee, maybe you're drinking the perfect amount for your occupation--or even not enough! Check out the top fifteen list on sacbee.com and drink up!
For most people, it's difficult to start their day without consuming at least a cup or two of coffee (I should know, I've had three today). The feeling that one gets when they consume a cup of delicious java is indescribable. Coffee powers many people throughout the day. But what if your car could also be powered by coffee? It turns out that perhaps it can be.
Over in England, a gentleman and definite coffee afficionado, named Martin Bacon created a vehicle which he dubs the "Carpuccino." This vehicle works when coffee granules are made into pellets and the pellets are burned into a gas that fuels the vehicle.
Recently, Bacon used his Carpuccino to supposedly break the world land speed record for vehicles that run on burning waste. Supposedl…Read more >
Most people have their regular favorite drink at Starbucks, but have you ever tried to order...(gasp) off the menu? Before you go off concocting random drinks, here is a compiled list of Starbucks's secret menu from Yahoo Shine!
From "Dirty Chai" to "Chocolate Dalmatian," these drinks are sure to excite coffee lovers! Check out the secret gallery below. Which drink would you try out?
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If you like rock and roll and you like coffee, then you're in luck. The rock band Kiss is opening a new "rock n' roll coffee house" in Las Vegas, according to the Las Vegas Sun. Not surprisingly, this won't be your usual coffee house. Patrons will be greeted by a pair of twenty-foot tall boots, and in addition to regular coffee, the coffee house will sell "rockaccinos" in flavors like S'mores and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. The 100-oz coffee mugs are light-up and play rock n'roll. They haven't yet found their location however--and this will be their second rock n' roll coffee house. Is this a place you'd love to go to? Or do you prefer a more classic coffee experience? Comment below, and drink up!
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Sad news awaits for those who enjoyed using Starbucks' Jonathan Card, the communal coffee card with transferable credit. Starbucks has shut down the card due to fear of fraud, after discovering blogger Sam Odio was taking advantage of this system and transferring money from his Jonathan Card onto his debit card, in hopes to buy an Ipad.
Odio claims he was actually going to sell the card on eBay and give the proceeds to charity. However, Starbucks realizes that Odio, and probably many more people, were using the card for fraudulent purposes.
A spokesperson for the company says Starbucks is "sad about it, first and foremost, because we were legitimately cheering on this experiment."
Unfortunately, for all of you who enjoyed using the Jonatha…
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Just recently Coca Cola purchased 85% of the Puerto Rico coffee brands. Now Coca Cola is not marketing good coffee of Puerto Rico is just a brand they are using coffee from Colombia, Brazil, Mexico, Costa Rica and Dominican Republic to mix it with Puertorican coffee worst of all they are not using class A coffee of Puerto Rico they are using a 3rd class coffee. So watch out for this brands it is the same coffee just packed in different brands of labels- Alto Grande, Cafe Crema, Yauco Selecto, Encantos, Cafe Rioja, Yaucono, La Tahona, Cafe Rico just to mention a few.
There for where you find good coffee of Puerto Rico have to go back to basic will have to go to the Haciendas and purchase it directly. There are a few left like Cafe 3 Picachos, Ca…
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Harvests of the World, Inc wants to do a clearance sales that way customers can experience true brand coffee from around the world. This clearance event is going to be temporary till our new inventory arrives there for take advantance of our sales event. Check our prices now for our coffees you will see the difference in a couple of days. We will make a table of prices in this blog post there for you will see the price difference and compare to websites around. Visit http://www.harvestsoftheworld.com
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As reported two weeks ago here, coffee prices have been on the rise and show no signs of abating. So here are some money saving tips for baristas and coffee aficionados to help make your brewing cost efficient:
Buy Small and Buy Often
In an ideal world, you might roast the beans at home for the ultimate in freshness but that’s a difficult and often time-consuming process. The easier route is to buy coffee in small quantities and use promptly. Even though the flavor of coffee begins to fade after roasting, beans will certainly stay fresh for several weeks, especially if kept in a can or canister with a tight-fitting lid, away from heat, light, and dampness.
Grind the Beans Yourself
Grinding beans only when you need them avoids staleness, cont…
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Coffee prices have topped $3 a pound for the first time in more than 34 years. What is causing our caffeine fix to cost more? There are two primary factors brewing here: 1. Bad weather and 2. Demand is growing amongst the middle-classes in many countries.
Poor harvests due to inclement weather of high-grade Arabica beans have significantly contributed to the surge in coffee prices. Colombia, the second-largest producer, was expected to have a supply of 10m bags in 2011-- but because of heavy rain, traders have scaled down their forecast to about 8.5m. Crops in places like Mexico have been affected by low temperatures, and market analysts are especially concerned about Brazil, the world's biggest coffee producer, for producing less than expe…Read more >
Does anyone here like black coffee? I had recently tasted it and it was so dry and awful. I also prefer coffee decaffed. What do you think? do you agree with my opinion?Read more >
There's getting your venti Pike's Place served to you by a snarling 20-something with a chip on her shoulder as big as her graduate degree thesis, then there's a nice cuppa by master baristo Giorgio Milos. The legendary Italian stallion of espresso will be showcasing the art of authentic Italian espresso, courtesy of Illy Caffe and the Mandarin Oriental Coffee Bar in San Francisco, from 9 to 11 a.m., Monday, April 11.
Milos was awarded master barista status (yes, there is such a thing) by the Speciality Coffee Association of Europe and placed among the world's top craftspeople in the World Barista Championships. He serves on the faculty of the Universita del Caffe, Illy's coffee-centric facility at its headquarters in Trieste, Italy.
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Okay, there’s an MSNBC show called “Morning Joe.” It segues to commercial breaks with bumpers that read “Brewed by Starbucks.” Every cuppa that an anchor sips from is branded with the java juggernaut’s mermaid logo. In fact, it’s been a “name sponsor” of the show for two-years, to the well-reported tune of $10 million.
So why is anyone shocked that Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz got a plum seven-minute interview to tout his empire’s 40th anniversary? Though MSNBC didn’t formally announce the relationship prior to the interview, it’s surely implicit.
As Brian Steinberg reports in AdAge Mediaworks, some have taken umbrage despite the cable channel’s insistence that if warranted it get frothy with the sponsor.
At the time of its inception, Phil Gr…Read more >
We are used to coffee-flavored products like coffee ice cream, coffee cake, coffee syrup, cappuccino stout and many more. But one of the most recent coffee-flavored products it a surprising combination.
Two Kansas City companies have collaborated to create coffee-flavored barbeque sauce. Original Juan Specialty Foods and the Roasterie spent time getting the proportions right in their Super Tuscon Coffee Barbeque Sauce.
After eight months of collaboration the two companies agreed there was enough coffee in the sauce. Danny O’Neill, founder of the Roasterie, told the Kansas City Star, "Original Juan would bring it over for us to taste and we would say, ‘It’s awesome. But if you are asking us, there isn’t enough coffee in it.’"
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Chris Morran of the Consumerist, reported that former friends-turned-rivals Peet’s Coffee and Starbucks are in talks for a merger –or rather, an acquisition, seeing as the Seattle-based Starbucks is nearly ten times the size of the San Francisco Bay Area-based Peet’s.
“Analysts predict that Starbucks could quickly double or triple the value of Peet's, which currently has almost 200 retail outlets in addition to its brands of packaged coffees it sells through Safeway and Kroger,” reports Morran.
Though chatter is rampant online, there have been no formal announcements as such from either company, whose respective stories share the same origin myth. According to coffee house lore, the original Peet's Coffee in Berkeley, CA, was the inspiration…Read more >
For coffee lovers the health benefits are sort of a moot point, but it is always nice to be reassured that your addictions are beneficial. The health benefits and drawbacks are argued have been debated for years.
In a recent study done by Swedish researchers 34,670 women were monitored for just over 10 years and there were 1680 stroke events. The researchers adjusted for other risk factors and drew the correlation that, “low or no coffee consumption is associated with an increased risk of stroke in women.”
This study was published online on March 10, 2011 but it is not the first study to suggest this. Last year the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland, CA. found that “coffee drinkers may be less likely to be hospitalized for hea…Read more >
The druggie gags that surface around caffeine may belie more than their tellers realize. Sure people talk about “mainlining” espresso and about the intensity of their “addiction” but the fact is, according The Science and Lore of Alcohol and Caffeine author Stephen Braun, caffeine is a drug.
“I don't think the mass of folks really consider caffeine a drug. It’s so omni-present and, of course, so relatively mild and socially accepted, that I think, for the mass of people, it's almost invisible,” Braun said in an interview with Lifehacker last year. “Understanding caffeine as a drug can help make sense of things like rebound headaches, rebound fatigue, insomnia, or heightened anxiety—just some of the less pleasant things that can occur from c…Read more >
We don't like it when something unexpected falls in our cup of coffee of a fly ends up in the pot but did you ever consider what tries to disrupt our precious coffee beans before they have been processed?
Earlier this month the Associated Press reported Kona coffee growers on Hawaii's big island were worried about their beans.Beetles were boring into the beans. Hawaii is the nation's only coffee-producing region and their signature bean was being threatened by a bug.
The beetle is a Hypothenemus hampei native to Africa and is about the size of a sesame seed. According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service production rates have been dropping over the last few years. Last year the farmers in North and South Kona produced 7.9 million …Read more >
A quarter-century ago, Maxwell House took a flyer with then-ad agency Ogilvy and Mather and cranked out a bunch of odd spots with TV actors waxing sentimental about its instant coffee product. The pitchman were a motley of personalities that included Justine Bateman* of Familiy Ties, Harry Anderson of Night Court and Bronson Pinchot, the most qualified to pitch coffee given his turn as "Serge" the gallerist who offers Eddie Murphy an espresso with a "lemon twist" in Beverly Hills Cop.
Suffice it to say, the results were mixed. Though the advertisers attempted an off-the-cuff vibe, the bits were obviously scripted to play on the perceived character quirks of the actors (Bateman breezily assesses her appearances in tabloid headlines, Anderson…Read more >
The last thing troops deployed in the oil-rich Middle East need is “Texas Tea." But Texas coffee? That’s something else entirely. Granted, if I were out there, my cheeky humor would land me, deservedly, in the brig where I doubt the coffee is as good as that soon to be enjoyed the enlisted – courtesy of the entrepreneurial McClure family of Texas and their partners Ellie Glidewell and Emmie Thomas.
Together they launched MilitaryCoffee.org (a spin-off, armed forces-themed unit of their coffee retail site Coffee.org) in “partnership with the Army Air Force Exchange (AFFES) to serve all Active Duty Military, Retirees, Reserves, the National Guard and their dependants,” according to their press release.
Established in 1895, the AAFES, known col…Read more >
With five people and one french press in a home it is vital that it is clean and ready to go in the morning. But when rushing to clean the french press the apparatus fell into the sink from atop the pile of dishes and crashed into the sink and broke.
While a new french press isn't outrageously expensive, we didn't want to buy a whole new french press when only one part was broken.
I went to a local kitchen supply store and found a replacement glass beaker for $17. Much less than the $40 for the new press. They can be found online for as low as $13 but if you don't want to wait for shipping the replacement is most likely at a kitchen supply store near you.
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Many an aficionado would have you believe that design peaked with the Mid-Century Modern movement. And it did –but nowhere more convincingly than in the ATOMIC Espresso Machine.
Designed by Giordano Robbiatti in 1947, the iconic caffeine delivery device is a case study in “form following function.”
As recent as four years ago, demand for vintage ATOMICA coffeemakers resulted in sales of mint condition specimens in the mid-thousands. Recognizing a potential market in re-issues, several entrepreneurial outfits began manufacturing ATOMIC-esque coffeemakers in China and India, with reproduction of the original design made by in Taiwan by La Sorrentina.
Colin Newell cites an unnamed “expert” on CoffeeCrew.com as observing hat “The history of the A…Read more >
Coffee grounds. The inevitable waste of a caffeine addict. We throw them away or maybe compost them, but is there a better way?
After throwing my grounds away for the last 10 year I have been a coffee drinker I finally decided to see what else this by product could be used for. After only about 5 minutes of research I found more than 20 ways to reuse them.
1) Organic fertilizer- Plants like acidic soils, so add a some grounds to your soil. Rosebushes, rhododendrons, camellias, evergreens, carrots, and radishes do especially well with coffee grounds.
2) Organic pest and ant repellent- Sprinkle in garden or any area of the yard which has unwanted guests.
3) Organic cat repellent- While cats can be awesome pets, they can track through your garden. I…
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For a lucky songwriter locked in a home-studio somewhere in America, the best part of waking up will be when their cup runneth over with $25,000. At least that’s what caffeine-friendly singer-songwriters are keeping in mind as they enter the 2011 Folgers Jingle contest.
As with last year, the coffee giant is inviting tunesmiths to riff out a new version of their iconic jingle, originally written by Leslie Pearl in 1984. The ditty has since been performed in country, gospel, jazz, R&B, folk, Celtic and a cappella versions, according to Folger’s micro-site for the contest, BestPartofWakinUp.com.
The winning java jingle not only brings the aforementioned $25,000 but a “chance to appear in a Folgers Coffee commercial, plus a special mentoring se…Read more >
With drive-thrus Americans were able to get food quickly. Now we want everything faster: our news updates on Twitter every 5 minutes, checking and updating on our smart phones constantly, and now coffee.
The normal time it takes to brew a cup of coffee is no longer acceptable to some. They want it, and they want it now. Didn't our parents tell us that patience was a virtue, but now in our fast live in the 21st century we have forgotten how to enjoy the simple things like brewing a cup of coffee.
With this desire for things faster, the coffee industry and producers have been finding ways to appeal to the busy lifestyles of people. Starbucks released there line of instant coffee in 2009 and have since expanded with different blends, iced and h…Read more >
I have to admit; I am a sucker for the heart foam latte. I enjoy the occasional leaf but the heart will alway have a place in my...uhhh....heart. Use this step by step guide to prepare the perfect latte for your valentine!
Step by Step:
- Pour milk into your steam pitcher.
- Put the steam wand at the bottom of the pitcher. Turn on the steam, and slowly raise the wand until it is near the top of the milk. Lower the pitcher as the milk rises so the steam wand stays 1 cm away from the top of the milk. The milk should not stretch too much nor should there be any big bubbles. This should create a smooth, velvety milk as opposed to the foam that sits atop most espresso drinks.
- Allow the milk to reach 80 ºF (27 ºC). Then place the steam wand on the side…
Coffee-mate launched a promotion on Facebook this Free Flavor Friday, offering coupons for free bottles of Coffee-mate! All you had to do was be in the first 100,000 to "Like" them on Facebook and then you could claim your coupon for your free bottle. The offer launched Feb. 4 at 9 a.m. PST.
After coffee lovers started logging in and trying to get their free bottle, the Free Flavor Friday tab on their Facebook page went down. People began contacting the company and searching Google. After a few hours of reassuring fans, working out tech problems and offering an additional 20,000 coupons, the giveaway was a success! They now have a whopping 223,000+ fans on Facebook!
Coffee-mate gave away 120,000 coupons for free bottles by about 2 p.m. PST. …Read more >
The discussion about the announcement of the new logo celebrating Starbucks' 40th anniversary was all over Twitter and the rest of the web quickly after the news was released. The Siren featured in the logo has been with the company since they started in 1971.
According to the Starbucks website, when looking for a logo and wanting to "capture the seafaring history of coffee and Seattle's strong seaport roots," they looked through old marine books when they found the the 16th century Norse siren. with a picture of a large detailed siren the next logo was a skinnier, simpler siren and they simplified to Starbucks Coffee.
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Do you know how big the average human stomach is? Well, it is smaller than Starbucks' newest drink size.
The "Trenta" is 325 mL larger than the "Venti" size and comes in at a total of 31-ounces and 916 mL. In an illustration by the National Post it compared the existing sizes of Starbucks cups as well as the new size, an average soda can and an adult human stomach. The graphic shows that the human stomach can hold an average of 900 mL (maximum volume is between 2,000 - 4,000 mL), 16 ounces less than Starbucks' new drink size.
The Trenta will be available only for iced coffee, iced tea and iced tea lemonade drinks in the U.S., and will cost 50 cents more than similar Venti-sized iced drinks.
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From what country is your favorite coffee from? Any quality coffee or premium coffee that you can think of for example : Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee or Kona Coffee. Just specify country or a brand that you may like that I donot have...if you have any questions about coffees and regions check on the wiki or visit my website for more ideas http://www.harvestsoftheworld.com
I recently purchased a chemex coffee maker and I love it! I have to admit I chose to buy it mainly for the sleek look but it turns out the coffee tastes great too. So now I have a Chemex, French press, espresso machine and a regular drip coffee maker and I like them all! What is your preference and why?
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Hi. I'm Wendy, a helper with the community team at Wikia. I happened to notice that this wiki was still using the default version of the new skin, and decided to brigthen it up a little bit. As your monbook skin was all browns and creams, I chose this theme for now; at some point it can be further customized. So that is why the site is suddenly brown again, in case you were wondering. Happy editing!Read more >
Every morning when I wake up my first steps are towards the coffee pot. I love the ritual of making coffee, drinking coffee and socializing over coffee.
At the age of 12 I started drinkning coffee with my mother (and no it did not stunt my growth, I am 5' 10). I would wake up in the morning and we would go prepare the coffee and as it brewed we would shower and make breakfast. Then we would sit and enjoy our cup of coffee while doing the crossword in the newspaper every morning.
I like my coffee with a splash of milk or cream and no sugar. I like darker roast and detest watery and/or cold coffee, unless iced.
But even with my preferences I find it comical when thinking about people's favorite type of coffee. How do you truely describe exactly…Read more >