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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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At Starbucks Reserve, coffee isn’t just a drink, it’s an art form. See what makes these coffeehouses worth visiting and get to know some of the artists behind each shop’s unique interiors.  
Nearly 50 years ago, in 1971, Starbucks opened its first store in Seattle, USA. From a single coffee shop, the brand has grown steadily over the years and now has over 30,000 stores all over the world. But its rapid expansion came ...
 
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How to make it really work for you, every time you drink it.
Given your body's desire to get more sleep, what's known as "sleep inertia," it's natural to wake up tired. This often wears off in about 15 minutes, but if you've already drunk your first cup by then, it can lead to your ...
 
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We've been doing it all wrong
If your job involves you pretending to be a functioning adult 5 days a week you probably rely on a early morning hit of caffeine to help you feel human.Sadly, it turns out we've been doing coffee all wrong. Research by a ph.D student at Uniformed Services University of the Health ...
 
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Caffeine is a great anti-obesity drink.
Are you reeling from overdosing on food over Christmas? If you’re worried about putting on a few pounds after all that lechon and those holiday pastries, scientists suggest a possible solution to stave off weight gain: Drink coffee or tea. According to a study ...
 
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These Philippine coffees stood out among 700 entries from around the world.
Bukidnon-grown Mirabueno Coffee, and SGD Coffee, which is picked in Northern Sagada, were recognized as two of the world’s best coffees at the recent Agence pour la Valorisation des Produits Agricoles (AVPA). Mirabueno Coffee received the Gourmet prize for the puissant doux (bold ...
 
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A cup of coffee is deeper than most realize.
The Philippines has a long history with coffee, starting in 1740 when the crop was introduced by the Spanish to the country.Until the '70s, coffee was a major industry in the Philippines, but in 2014, with the collapse of the International Coffee ...
 
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So that explains all those sleepless nights!
How many times have you ordered a decaf after dinner, thinking it wouldn't keep you up at night? In case you don't know, decaf is short for decaffeinated, which means caffeine from coffee beans, cocoa, and tea have been removed. According to SELF.com, ...
 
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It depends on how much you have.
Many of us rely on caffeine to get through the day, especially when it means going to work even before the sun is up. Unlike most people who have their first cup right away, I endure two hours from the moment my ...
 
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Try taking a trip to Sagada to gain a newfound appreciation for coffee.
We don’t know exactly when the coffee revolution started in the Philippines (if there was a revolution at all) but in the last decade or so, the dark brew has become almost as ubiquitous as rice. But have your ever thought about ...
 
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Ahead of the franchise’s much-awaited opening, Michael Concepcion reveals why the brand is poised to be a game-changer.
“What makes Elephant Grounds so great is the sum of its parts, how it all comes together,” says Michael Concepcion, the retailer and restaurateur, who's been on top of the whole process of bringing the café franchise from Hong Kong to Manila’s shores.This, ...
 
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So, you’re a coffee lover huh? Bet you didn’t know these tidbits.
Love coffee? Great, that makes you one among the millions of us in this coffee-crazed country. But despite it being the first thing a lot of us drink in the morning, there are still many things we don’t know about coffee and ...
 
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Black Sheep serves up third-wave coffee and classic cocktails with a radical vibe   
When you enter Black Sheep Coffee at its new S Maison location, you will be befuddled for a moment. The usual coffee shop feel, with its light wood and polished brass, bossa nova, and clean-cut baristas, is replaced by unfinished walls, Banksy-style ...
 
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It's a Starbucks laboratory.
The new Starbucks Tokyo Roastery in Nakameguro, Tokyo is the biggest Starbucks store in the world. It’s a four-story building with a 55-foot cask adorned with copper cherry blossoms. The main bar is on the first floor, where the customers can see the skillful art ...
 
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Sipping coffee has never been more patriotic.
Filipinos are rabid coffee drinkers. We drink so much coffee that we need to import coffee beans from other countries. But that doesn’t mean local farmers aren’t doing their part to meet our thirst for coffee. In regions of the country that allow ...
 
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A local coffee company is helping farmers in the remote highland town.
After the devastation of typhoon Ompong last year, Michael Harris Conlin and his team at Henry & Sons volunteered to deliver relief goods, specifically water, to the remote municipality of Itogon, Benguet. There he discovered a mining town whose residents were in ...
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