You’re reading this with a cup of coffee in your hand, aren’t you? Coffee is the most popular drink in many parts of the world. Americans drink more coffee than soda, juice and tea — combined.
The planet is warming, and the effects are being felt far and wide. But a new one may hit so close to home that by the end of the century the daily life of the average American will never be the same.
Both tea and coffee are versatile, delicious drinks that can wake you up and put some pep in your step. While these drinks are similar, many people automatically make the assumption that tea must be the healthier option. However, coffee doesn’t exactly deserve the bad rap that it gets. Coffee, especially organic coffee, might actually be much healthier for you than you ever thought.
JAB, a European holding company that once made pool chemicals, is building a coffee empire out of a disparate group of brands.
Drinking coffee is associated with apparent health benefits, and no evidence of net harm—cancer or otherwise. The judicial standard applied in the California lawsuit distorts that view.
There's more to recycling than meets the eye. The paper coffee cup, for example. Looks recyclable, right? Relatively environmentally-friendly? Nuh-uh.
Butter coffee is touted as “rocket fuel” that will launch you into your day, but it could just be a hot cup of pure fat.
It is said that the French author Honoré de Balzac drank up to 50 cups of coffee every day to fuel his grueling writing binges in the middle of the night. While today's coffee addicts can undoubtedly sympathize with Balzac's insane coffee consumption as a productivity booster, according to two new major studies, there may be another big benefit to binging on bean: a longer life.
Nowadays hot drinks are hot! Unlike soft drinks and hard drinks, tea and coffee are healthy. But are they?
The World Health Organisation’s cancer arm made two announcements this week: one welcome and one not so welcome.
First, it announced there was no conclusive evidence to show coffee increases cancer risk. This is a reversal of the 1991 conclusion, when the carcinogenicity of coffee was first tested, that classified the drink as being “possibly carcinogenic to humans”.
But the International Agency for Research on Cancer’s (IARC) committee that exonerated coffee also found drinking beverages at very high temperatures – as is the cultural norm in some parts of South America, the Middle East and China – probably accounts for oesophageal cancer in those communities.
New guidelines from the World Health Organization say drinking coffee may prevent cancer, and represent the latest in a long debate over the harms and benefits of a beloved beverage.
Good news for people who drink coffee every day: Consuming a moderate amount of coffee could lower the risk of clogged arteries that can lead to a heart attack, a new study finds.
The health community can’t quite agree on whether coffee is more potion or poison.
Coffee is one of life's rarest pleasures: a delicious drug that's also good for you.
When scientists study the long-term health effects of coffee drinking, they find that, on the whole, the apparent benefits (such as a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes) outweigh the costs (like a heightened risk of certain cancers).
Any self-proclaimed coffee nerd will tell you there are numerous ways to brew iced coffee (and few of them will agree which takes top honors), but we’re going to break down two basic methods for you today: Cold brew vs. ice brew.
As for me: I will not seek out Bulletproof Coffee again. If I ran out of milk and had nothing else to put in my coffee, would I blend butter into it? Maybe. Or I might just go out and buy more milk.
Over the past few years, a body of scientific evidence has built up pointing to the many health benefits of coffee. No wonder more than 50 percent of Americans enjoy a daily java fix. But before you grab a celebratory cup of joe (or seven), consider this: Coffee is also an addictive stimulant that could come with enough side effects to give some experts the jitters.
We want to raise more awareness of the dangers of too much caffeine, so we scrolled through our extensive database to come up with the 7 that we feel are the most dangerous for consumers.
Coffee is the ritual, gasoline, and creative juice that fuels our early mornings and late nights. Fast Company took a deep dive into the world of coffee purism, where everyone from designers and engineers to entrepreneurs and VCs are now trying to hack their way into the business of creating the perfect cuppa joe.
It is often assumed that caffeine is not good for you. Many view it as a guilty pleasure, addicting, unnecessary and certainly not pro-health. There are so many questions around caffeine: Does it burn fat? Is it dehydrating? Will it improve my athletic performance? Will it prevent me from sleeping?
It seems important to understand what studies are saying about caffeine...
Many California avocado groves are aging, confronting their owners with a variety of challenges — and coffee offers one sort of transition.
One day you may read that coffee is bad for your health; the next day you’ll hear that the same cup of java reduces your risk of disease. How can you sort through the complex and often conflicting world of scientific research to make sound health decisions?
Extensive list from Caffeine Informer.
We track the caffeine content of food and beverages as well as publish the latest news about energy drinks, coffee, tea, and caffeine research. We seek to educate the public about being aware of how much caffeine they are consuming as well as the negative and positive aspects of caffeine consumption.
Roast magazine is a bi-monthly technical trade magazine dedicated to the success and growth of the specialty coffee industry. Roast addresses the art, science and business of coffee roasters by covering the issues most important to them with high quality editorial focused on the technical aspects of coffee.
Barista Hustle is here to help the world make better coffee, and we're incredibly proud to be part of such a vibrant and exciting community.
Through any and every relevant channel we can find, Barista
Magazine provides the cafÃ© owners and professional baristas
around the world with the news, education, and coffee culture
they need to succeed in their businesses.
Better coffee. One cup at a time.
A place for coffee bean reviews, equipment advice, and musings on the most delicious of beverages.
Coffee: Music in a cup!
CoffeeGeek is what is commonly known as a "community" website, one that allows active participation by people from around the world. CoffeeGeek's main purpose is to inform, educate and entertain coffee and espresso lovers from around the world.
To help coffee-farming families improve their quality of life.
Our goal at Coffee Review is to entertain and educate coffee drinkers, food service professionals, and the coffee trade with a credible and easy-to-use coffee guide based on objective, blind reviews from Kenneth Davids and other experienced individuals in the specialty coffee industry.
The latest events, products, people, newsletters and more with weekly updates.
This website is an educational resource for consumers of specialty coffee. In between all the tutorials and gear reviews, we try to get in one important message: That cup of coffee you are about to enjoy had a long journey from the farmers fields to your cup.
Since 2012, Roast Magazine’s Daily Coffee News has provided essential online reading for specialty coffee professionals. Through all-original content composed of breaking news, in-depth feature stories and insider columns, Daily Coffee News strives to support the responsible growth of the specialty coffee industry, and the success of the incredible people within it.
Drinky Coffee is the ultimate resource for coffee lovers who want to learn how to make café quality coffee at home.
Providing specialty coffee and tea professionals with unique insight into the trends, ideas, products and people that shape their world.
The goal of INeedCoffee is to not only celebrate excellent coffee but to empower the coffee fan to make better coffee at home. This site hosts many tutorials related to coffee brewing and home coffee roasting.
Sharing the world of Specialty Coffee through video.
My name is Chris Baca. I'm a professional barista, coffee roaster, and Specialty Coffee lifer. I am a co-owner of Cat & Cloud Coffee, and am a Specialty Coffee information pusher via the Cat & Cloud Coffee Podcast. I have a passion for education and do some extracurricular teaching at some of the Specialty Coffee Association of Americas barista camps and expos.
To help fellow coffee lovers discover and enjoy beans from around the world while learning how to brew the tastiest coffee right at home.
While the team at Sip Coffee is small, it’s tight-knit, and we obsess over finding the best brews and tools to help us recreate the aroma of a coffee shop at home.
The worldwide leader in coffee news.
Coffee is complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Whether it’s sharing a hidden café or tips to master a brewing device, The Coffee Compass exists to help you navigate the world of craft coffee.
Whether you’re looking for a coffee experiment, brewing guide, or coffee recipe, I plan to cover it if I haven’t already. By the way, I’ve graduated from most of my original coffee gear, but if you’re curious about my current coffee gear, you can check it out here.
The World Barista Championship (WBC) is the preeminent international coffee competition. The organization''founded by the Speciality Coffee Association of Europe and the Specialty Coffee Association of America''focuses on promoting excellence in coffee, advancing the barista profession, and engaging a worldwide audience with an annual championship event that serves as the culmination of local and regional events around the globe.
We dive in deep into every aspect of coffee. How it’s grown, where it’s grown, who brews the best cup of coffee, why do coffee’s taste so different when grown in different regions, what is the best way to brew a cup at home.
Can you feel the coffee love? Your Coffee Buzz will give you your coffee fix with a daily mix of reviews and stories highlighting the best in our beloved industry.
It was founded in 1981 to represent the joint interests of the coffee trade and roasting industry. The companies affiliated to the ECF represent a total import volume of about 38 million bags, or half of the world trade volume.
The International Coffee Organization (ICO) is the main intergovernmental organization for coffee, bringing together producing and consuming countries to tackle the challenges facing the world coffee sector through international cooperation. It makes a practical contribution to the world coffee economy and to improving standards of living in developing countries.
The National Coffee Association of USA was founded in 1911, one of the earliest trade associations formed in the United States and the first trade association for the U.S. coffee industry.
One of the SCAA's primary functions is to set the industry's standards for growing, roasting and brewing. Members of the SCAA include coffee retailers, roasters, producers, exporters and importers, as well as manufacturers of coffee equipment and related products.
SCAE is an association with a growing number of members - people like you, who are looking for coffee excellence. You don't have to be European to appreciate the many benefits of belonging to SCAE: we've members in more than 70 countries around the world who network, keep informed and share views on the latest developments in speciality coffee.
The international voice of the tea and coffee industries since 1901.
The Association will enhance the coffee beverage experience by providing members and consumers with opportunities to improve coffee beverage knowledge and skills.
Seattle Coffee Gear is the answer to a very specific question: How can I make an excellent cup of coffee at home?