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It comes from single-origin beans from the foothills of the T’Boli ancestral lands. 
I’ve never had coffee from South Cotabato, particularly beans grown by the hands of the T’Boli people. As a heavy coffee drinker who prefers freshly ground robusta beans from Batangas, I was pleasantly serenaded by the earthy, nutty notes when I took ...
 
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This genius machine brews the most precise and personalized coffees.
Coffee—you need it. You need a cuppa to wake up, you need a molten gulp to get through the presentation to the CEO, and you need a late-day brew to power through the after-work workout. And maybe you also need a super-strong ...
 
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Looking for fresh air and good coffee?
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, no one thought it would last as long as it did. Almost two years in and it doesn’t seem like the virus would be going away any time soon.The uncertainty of it all has led a lot ...
 
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Kapihan introduces the flavors of the Philippines to London and beyond. 
The long-ago dinner conversations of the Motley kids—David, Nigel, Rosemary—buzzed around Filipino food. When they were growing up, their mom regaled them with tales of kapeng barako and pandesal, and the hero of these stories was their Lolo Ruperto. A post shared by K A P ...
 
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Brew a fresh pot and combine your vices.
There's the cowboy method of making a coffee cocktail. You know, sloshing a slug of whiskey from a flask into a tin mug of watery, mostly burned, gritty grounds. Horse, hat, and Red Dead Redemption attitude not required. There's the pregame method, too: Brewing ...
 
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Filipino Andre Chanco and Singaporean Leon Foo create a new system of marketplace and machine for capsule coffee enthusiasts.
How do you get your caffeine fix? Do you do the pour over? The drip? The press? The siphon? Or do you make baby angels cry by throwing the contents of an instant coffee packet into a novelty mug filled with boiling ...
 
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DIY Frappe!
Cozy interiors. Chill music. Cradling a cup of warm coffee in your hands. Such is the Starbucks ambiance that coffee lovers surely miss given the constraints of this ongoing quarantine. But the separation anxiety can be as simple as missing the taste of your favorite drink, ...
 
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Brewing coffee and drinking it black is a thoughtful, personal process. We need that right now.
I have drunk enough black coffee to push myself out of depression, and enough to spiral back into one. I’ve fallen in love over pour overs and out of it over decaf in a diner. I’ve grown up with Folgers and grown ...
 
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You deserve a good cup of coffee.
We are firm believers that the best coffee is the one in your hand, but we could always do a little better, especially during these trying times. When the instant stuff just doesn't get you excited, even when you've tried to whip ...
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