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  • Top 5 Blends of Coffee to Drink at the Office By : Brian_Jenkins
    With all the brands and blends of coffee available, ordering coffee for the office can be a real challenge. Should you buy one blend to satisfy everyone? Should you order one or two flavored coffees to please those that like flavored coffee drinks? Maybe you should order at least one special blend for the gourmet coffee drinkers, and what about Fair Trade coffees? Should you make an effort to buy those products that are Fair Trade certified, organic, and shade-grown such as Kenyan, Ethiopian, Colombian or Mexican?
  • Coffee Direct : Buy Straight from the Distributer and Save Money By : Damen Choy
    Want to learn how to save money and get better value on your coffee? Most of the time, your coffee passes through many hands to reach your distributor. Learn how buying coffee direct can both keep money in your pocket and give you a fresher cup of joe.
  • How to Save Money by Using a Coffee Service By : Brian_Jenkins
    There are many excellent reasons why a company would choose to provide coffee for its employees, customers and clients, but can you really save money using a coffee service? When you count in all of the costs associated with providing coffee for your business, you may be pleasantly surprised to find out just how cost-effective it can be to use a coffee service for your office coffee needs.
  • Find out the advantages of drinking Healthy Coffee... By : Healthy Coffee Guy
    Lets face it... people who drink coffee know that coffee is not the best thing for them, but they still drink it anyway. Some people in North America drink as many as five cups of coffee every day. All in all, half a million cups of coffee are consumed by some quarter million people in North America
  • Not Your Ordinary Thermal Coffee Carafe By : Yanny Yanny
    The Alfi Thermal Coffee Carafe, with 13 contemporary carafe designs, is the best insulated thermal carafe on the market.
  • Gourmet Flavored Coffee - You should like it By : Damen Choy
    Gourmet flavored coffee can't be beat. In fact, I think the different varieties of it suits every one including you. Get to know more about gourmet flavored coffee now.
  • All About Coffee Grinders By : Fenton Wayne
    The five parts of the commercial coffee bean grinder explained.
  • How to Purchase Best Coffee Bean Grinders By : Robert Thomson
    Coffee is undeniably best friend of countless people. Many of us love it for helping staying up late or to revive the mind on mornings. A coffee bean grinder helps you prepare the fresh coffee from beans right according to your choice. Besides that it reduces the cost of premium coffee you drink every day, while it tastes even better. You can never think about purchasing those packed brew when you experience the aroma and taste of freshly grinded coffee in your grinder. Here is a small guide for selecting the best coffee bean grinders.
  • Peculiar Facts About Coffee By : Fenton Wayne
    Interesting and unsual facts about coffee.
  • Making Great Coffee At Home By : Andrea Flint
    Your daily coffee from your favorite outlet can quickly add up to quite an expensive treat. In these days of frugality, there's never been a better time to produce your perfect cup at home instead.
  • Organic Coffee: Here's to Your Health and the Health of the Planet! By : Chris Robertson
    Spend your time and money on the perfect whole beans, the right coffee grinder and a great coffee machine. Here's why.
  • Fully Automatic Espresso Systems By : Fenton Wayne
    A short discussion about commercial fully automatic espresso machines.
  • Cooking Delicious Food Using Coffee By : Mark Jones1
    All of the people who love to drink coffee know just how nice it can be to relax with a nice warm cup of coffee.
  • What Sets Keurig Coffee Makers Apart from the Competition By : Suzanne Bradley1
    When you are looking for a way to create an excellent cup of coffee, be sure to consider the Keurig coffee brewing system. You can make a high quality cup of coffee in a matter of minutes.The Keurig Coffee systems also offer a wide variety of products.All of this goes along with the perfect size, efficiency, quality and versatility to make Keurig products perfect for even the most discriminating of coffee connoisseurs.
  • To Drink Coffee or Not To? - A few reasons why you should and why you should stay away By : aaroah sunil
    Coffee, oh yes it is the magic word, that keeps many of us going and peps you up at the most tired moments, but wait a sec, is it really healthy for your health?

    I was always confused, and I have to admit that I have never really got of that confusion, so I decided to do a bit of reading and researching, and boy didn’t I find out some things.

    Read on, grab a coffee if it's available!
  • Tips to Make a Delightful Cup of Gourmet Coffee By : Chris Robertson
    Use these tips to brew a delightful cup of gourmet coffee that will excite your taste buds every time...
  • Why You Should Drink Organic Coffee By : Robin Rushlo
    Well, manufacturers and consumers need to reevaluate their thoughts towards organic coffee. First off, since organic coffee is grown without pesticides, it is extremely healthy for the environment. During their cultivation, no chemicals are released into the air or soil. In turn, not only does the air remain clean, but there's no risk of harmful substances invading the area's water supply.
  • The Bunn Home Coffee Maker By : MarkusYannies
    Sure you have heard of the Bunn name for years but you just can't place the exact location. In fact, every time you have eaten in a commercial diner or restaurant, the Bunn name can be seen plastered on everything coffee behind the counter. Did you know that Bunn even introduced the world to the paper coffee filter?
  • Gaggia Espresso Machines By : MarkusYannies
    It was the Italians who introduced the world to Espresso and the Americans who introduced themselves to the $4 cappuccino. So, thats $20 if you have five friends over and thats just for one cup each! So here come the Italians again with Gaggia espresso machines to once again show the world how to enjoy espresso and all the delightful concoctions that are made from it.
  • Espresso Coffee Grinders – Whats the Difference By : MarkusYannies
    So you finally got your espresso machine set up in your kitchen. Now you have the problem of providing the type of finely ground coffee that it needed to make fresh espresso. Of course you can always go the pre ground route but as everyone knows, fresh ground produces much tastier results.
  • Electric Coffee Grinders and Manual Coffee Grinders Compared By : MarkusYannies
    For decades, coffee was sold in sealed cans and came pre ground. Of course it always wasn't this way, because in much earlier times our ancestors purchased unground beans and of course, ground them themselves. Canned pre ground beans were considered a convenience of the modern age, until someone discovered that fresh ground beans produced better tasting coffee.
  • Top Tips on How to Froth Milk on Your Espresso Machine By : Fenton Wayne
    Top tips on how to froth milk on your espresso coffee machine.
  • Coffee Reports from Africa By : Boake Moore
    November and December is when most of the world starts harvesting gourmet coffee - so how does this year's coffee production look? And what effect did Africa and its emerging coffee farms have on the world production?
  • Crema and the Perfect Espresso By : Fenton Wayne
    How to produce the perfect espresso crema with your espresso machine.
  • Cocoa Beans and the Fierce Competition in the Chocolate Industry By : Cristian Stan
    Chocolates are always referred to as feel-good foods. They are the simple luxuries of life. However, making chocolates is never simple – especially not with the fierce competition perceived in the chocolate industry these days.
  • Excite Your Taste Buds with Delicious Gourmet Coffee Beans By : Chris Robertson
    Discover the tantilizing flavors of rich gourmet coffee beans. Use these tips to buy delicious coffees online...
  • Gourmet Coffee: The Ultimate Holiday Gift for the Coffee Lover By : Chris Robertson
    Make this holiday season special for a friend or loved one by sending a delightful gift of gourmet coffee. Here are some great coffee gift ideas....
  • Unusual Coffee Drink Recipes By : Fenton Wayne
    How to make delicious and unusual coffee drinks
  • The Process of Coffee Decaffeination By : Lisa Parker
    The beverage industry is a major money making enterprise with many competing advertising messages aimed at the consumer on a daily basis. All beverages including coffees, teas, sodas and bottled water are marketed around a major ingredient – caffeine or no caffeine. In the non-caffeine market segment, consumers will notice many terms used to describe the beverages such "decaffeinated", "naturally decaffeinated", and "caffeine-free".
  • The Health Benefits of Drinking 100% Organic Coffee. By : Robin Rushlo
    Trying to decide whether or not to drink organic coffee or not? With organic coffee there are added health benefits that one would not normally find in regular coffee.
  • What To Look For When Choosing A One-Cup Coffee Maker By : Stephanie Larkin
    Single-serve coffee systems and one cup coffee makers were first introduced in the late 1990s, and have become more and more popular with each passing year. If you are considering a one cup coffee maker for your house or office, there are a number of things you should consider in making your decision.
  • Tips To Brew The Perfect Cup Of Espresso By : Stephanie Larkin
    Ah, espresso! It's been called the nectar of the gods and the elixir of energy. Properly prepared, the perfect shot of espresso is an unparalleled sensory experience, encompassing four of the five senses - five, if you include the sound of this delicious drink as it is prepared and consumed.
  • Coffees From Africa and the Middle East By : Fenton Wayne
    All about the coffees of Africa and the Middle East
  • An Introduction To The Tassimo Hot Beverage System By : Stephanie Larkin
    When discussing the Tassimo hot beverage system, one thing should be made clear: Tassimo is not a single-serve coffee maker. There is a reason that they call it a 'hot beverage system' rather than a one-cup coffee machine. The Tassimo Hot Beverage System may just be one of the most versatile beverage makers on the market today.
  • Current Trends Of Coffee Consumption By : Stephanie Larkin
    Each year, the National Coffee Association of the USA publishes their report on National Coffee Drinking Trends. The report has become one of the bibles of the coffee industry. The 2008 report has recently been made available, and the NCAUSA web site gives a brief summary of what the organization has found out about how we Americans like our coffee. Here are some highlights from the 2008 Coffee Drinking Trends report:
  • The Story Behind Senseo And The Douwe Egberts Corporation By : Stephanie Larkin
    It was a match made in heaven, at least if your heaven includes wonderful coffee. When Douwe Egberts, the world's second largest coffee roaster, teamed up with Royal Philips Electric, one of the world's leading innovators in electronic devices, the result was bound to be sensational. The Senseo coffee pod system is the product of a partnership between two world leaders in their field with a common background.
  • World Coffees - India and the Pacific Rim By : Fenton Wayne
    A description of coffees from the Pacific Rim and India
  • Central American Coffees By : Fenton Wayne
    A discussion of the coffees from the Central American region
  • Caffeine and Coffee: The Good Side By : David Grisaffi
    Article talks about caffeine and coffee
  • Coffees of the World - South America By : Fenton Wayne
    A description of the taste and origins of the coffees from South America
  • How to make Spray dried coffee? By :
    Spray dried coffee, freeze dried coffee and liquid instant coffee are used the world over with limited appeal. But what actually is instant coffee and how are the different forms produced?
  • How to Make the Ideal Cup of Coffee By : Fenton Wayne
    Top tips on how to produce the perfect cup of coffee
  • The Most Popular Types of Coffee By : Stephanie Larkin
    For many years in the United States, coffee was coffee. It was perked or dripped and occasionally stirred into hot water, and was enjoyed by many. Over the past couple of decades, however, Americans have refined their taste buds. Coffee drinkers have reached a new appreciation of the subtleties of coffee. Across the country, a new culture of coffee enthusiasts has emerged to savor new flavors of coffee and discuss nuances of the once simple and ordinary drink.
  • How Coffee Gets from Around the World to your Mug By : Stephanie Larkin
    The rich brew that you enjoy each morning begins as the seed of a cherry-like fruit grown on trees in one of the coffee growing regions of the world. Coffee plants come in two main varieties: Arabica, grown mostly in South American sub-tropical countries, and Robusta, grown in African and Asian countries. Have you ever wondered how those beans get from inside the cherry to your cup? It’s quite a journey from tree to mug.
  • Coffee Consumption around the World By : Stephanie Larkin
    If you greet the morning with the aroma of freshly brewing coffee, you are one of billions of people worldwide who indulge in the daily grind of coffee consumption. According to the latest coffee statistics from the International Coffee Organization (ICO), we pour about 1.4 billion cups of coffee a day worldwide. That's a lot of coffee, and about 45 percent of it (400 million cups a day!) is drunk in the United States. The United States is the single biggest consumer of coffee in the world - but
  • A Simple Guide to Tasting and Describing Coffee By : Fenton Wayne
    How to describe and appreciate good coffee.
  • Commercial Espresso Machines By : Fenton Wayne
    Helping the commercial caterer choose the right espresso machine
  • Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee-an Introduction to One of the Best Coffees in the World By : TiCraig Elliott
    Widely considered to be one of the worlds best, if not the best, coffees, Jamaican Blue Mountain is a rich, smooth roast. This aromatic and flavorful coffee has to be experienced to be believed.
  • The Non electric Coffee Maker By : George Moore
    Sometimes in our hurried world it pays to take your time. Brewing your coffee the old fashion way is just one good example. Enjoy trying the Costa Rica coffee maker
  • Starbucks: A Guide to Drink Orders By : Jeremy Baldwin
    There are so many options at Starbucks how are you supposed to decide what to order? This ordering guide will help you sort through the maze that is the Starbucks menu.
  • Decaffinated Coffee - Is It Better For Good Health? By : Kenneth Scott
    Nowadays, people are becoming aware of the advantages of good health. One of the pillars of good health is the kind of food that a person eats.
  • How Well Do You Know Your Coffee By : George Moore
    Strange and true gourmet coffee facts
  • How to Sample A New Gourmet Coffee By : George Moore
    How to taste he differences in gourmet coffee. What to look for in both taste and smell when sampling a new gourmet coffee.
  • Gourmet Coffee - The Most Satisfying Cup of Coffee is By : George Moore
    Gourmet coffee now comes in as many types and flavors as there are colors - how do you choose that special coffee to serve to your most important guests? How to brew a home run every time.
  • Coffee History - The Origins Of The Devil's Drink? By : John Hilaire
    From frappuchinos to lattes to macchiatos, coffee has become a staple in our society. The popularity of chains like Starbucks and Caribou coffee is only one indicator of how dependent our society has become on coffee.
  • Why Do I Drink Coffee? By : Jerry Johnson
    I woke up this morning with this question on my mind. Why do I drink coffee? Let's see if I can count the ways.
  • The Rise of the One Cup Coffee Maker By : Grant Eckert
    A one cup coffee maker is a popular gift idea, mostly due to the varieties and flavors of coffee that are available. There is literally something for everyone. Besides emerging as a great gift idea, the one cup coffee maker has become a common sight in kitchens and offices across the country.
  • How to Maintain a Coffee Maker By : Craig Elliott
    A coffee maker is a wonderful appliance and a great way to save time and money, but it does require a bit of maintenance. Too many people overlook the maintenance of their coffee maker for too long.
  • Why Use A Coffee Roaster? By : John Hilaire
    Millions of people enjoy a flavorful cup of coffee in the morning to start their day. Coffee can come in many varieties, such as fresh ground, whole bean, and instant.
  • Creating Standards - Costa Rican Coffee By : John Hilaire
    Costa Rica is known for producing some of the best caffeine in the entire world. Characterized as being clean, mild, and balanced, Costa Rican cafe comes from over 130,000 small and large farms from all over the country.
  • Points To Look For When Buying a Coffee Maker By : Steve Buchanan
    Your coffee maker is the most important small appliance in your kitchen, if you or your spouse is a coffee lover. What is the most important thing to you in the morning? What is the first thing you think of when you first wake up in the morning? Chances are your answer is a nice, hot cup of Joe.
  • Best Coffee Maker Concept For Your Kitchen By : Steve Buchanan
    Everyone wants to have a perfect coffee maker for there kitchen but they really afraid to think about its cost. Nowadays there are different types of coffee maker available in the market.
  • My Love Affair With Organic Coffee By : Jerry Johnson
    With one eye open, I manage to take yesterday filter and coffee grounds out of the coffee and miraculously I am able to depose of them in the trash. I fill the pot with water, put a new filter in the maker. As I open the canister of coffee, the spell tingles my senses and I begin the journey to become part of the living again.
  • Why Are People Buying Organic Coffee? By : John Hilaire
    The organic food movement has grown steadily over the years, with sales increasing several times over that of non-organic food.
  • What to Look for When Buying a Coffee Maker By : Craig Elliott
    For many people, the day doesn't officially start until that first pot is brewing. Coffee has become a mainstay of their morning routine.
  • History of the Coffee Bean By : Craig Elliott
    Whether you call it java, mud or a shot in the arm, an estimated 2 billion cups are consumed every day around the world - making coffee the most popular drink in the world.
  • Selecting The Right Green Coffee Beans For Roasting By : John Hilaire
    For many individuals breakfast is not complete until one enjoys a good cup of caffeine. Many enjoy their cafe with cream, with cream and sugar or simply enjoy a good cup of cafe with nothing added.
  • The World of Coffee By : Gaizka Pujana
    Just the aroma of that special cup of coffee can inspire so many thoughts or fond memories. How do you start your day?
  • Hawaiian Coffee From Molokai By : John Hilaire
    There are many countries that are synonymous with the production of coffee beans. Those countries could include Columbia, Brazil, Guatemala, Arabia, etc.
  • Coffee: What Are The Health Benefits? By : Aaron Matthews Morgan
    Here we discuss some of the questions about whether coffee provides any health benefits, and help guide you through some of the information related to the health benefits of coffee.
  • The Importance of Gourmet Coffee By : Aaron Matthews Morgan
    For coffee lovers, whats not to love in gourmet coffee? For those who are hooked on coffee, gourmet coffee is what gets the day off to a good start, and it picks us up in the middle of the day. Coffee has been around for thousands of years. Gourmet coffee however, has been around for less than one hundred years, and it has fast become the favorite of millions of coffee connoisseurs throughout the world.
  • The Benefits of Healthy Coffee By : John Hilaire
    A debate that has been raging for the last few years boils down to one basic thought: is healthy coffee a myth or a reality?
  • Tassimo Coffee Brewing Tutorial By : R.L. Fielding
    Coffee Lover’s tutorial on using the Tassimo Brewing system.
  • How The Hawaii Coffee Is Grown And What Makes This Particular Brand Of Hawaii Coffee By : John Hilaire
    If any individual was to be asked to provide a one word description in response to the word Hawaii, there would be a variety of answers. Some of those responses could include the word aloha, Pearl Harbor, Waikiki, Honolulu, the hula, etc.
  • Krups Automatic Drip Coffee Makers By : Mark Clayson
    As expected, when one hears about Krups, they usually think of a Germany-based appliance company with a lot of rich history down its path. And nothing has ever been truer than this. Through the years, Krups has made it their priority to maintain a standard of excellence in the world market. With its new and latest approaches to designing the styles and function of household utensils and appliances, they made it impossible for consumers to ignore their edge in providing quality items.
  • Manufacturing Flavored Coffee Beans By : Mark Clayson
    The sprouting of specialty coffee shops has stirred many people worldwide into drinking coffee. Even multi-national coffee shop companies have decided to go head on and open coffee shops in China where tea is very popular amongst hot beverages.
  • Roasted To Excel Premium Gourmet Coffee By : Mark Clayson
    Some people who find slurping coffee in specialty shops as an indulgence would definitely agree to the fact that these samples of rich concoction is worthy of the amount paid. There is nothing quite the same to the taste of specially brewed premium gourmet coffee with its unique aroma that, to some, is synonymous with being serenaded by an orchestra while lying on a luxurious hammock.
  • Senseo’s Coffee Maker: Perfect Size, Perfect Blend By : Mark Clayson
    Smelling that perfect aroma from a cup of coffee freshly brewed from the coffee maker really sets one’s mind in a relaxed mode. Enjoying and sipping it on a stormy weather would be one of the things that takes away stress as you enjoy earth’s melody serenading through the rain. But would it be the same if the excess coffee was left at the thermal carafe to be drunk later.
  • The Coffee Grinder: An Investment For Your Morning Ritual By : Kerry Ng
    If you are a coffee lover, then having a coffee grinder in your kitchen is a must have. It is NOT an expense, it is an investment!
  • History Of Coffee: From Early Ethiopia To Starbucks Of Today By : John Hilaire
    There is no doubt that drinking coffee and puffing a cigar are some of the favorite relaxation methods for many people and it is also not surprising that the history of coffee and tobacco has seen the two becoming very popular with the passage of time.
  • Topping Off A Gourmet Meal With Coffee By : Jimmy Cox
    It is a strange fact that other people's coffee often seems mysteriously to be more delicious than your own. This is possibly an extension of the basic premise that any meal you did not cook will seem excellent.
  • How to Make Great Espresso on your Bean to Cup Machine By : Fenton Wayne
    Hints and tips on how to get the best from your bean to cup espresso machine.
  • Types of Coffee Makers By : Gary Terrazas
    Various type of coffee makers available for sales - find the right one for you.
  • Where to Find a Coffee Maker By : Gary Terrazas
    How to shop and find the right coffe maker for you
  • The Simplicity of French Press Coffee By : John Hilaire
    Although there are different methods for producing a great cup of coffee - from instant coffee to complex cappuccino machines - most people tend to make theirs with the simplicity of an electric coffee maker.
  • Selecting and Preserving the Best Coffee Beans for Your Java By : John Hilaire
    Coffee has become a booming business today, and the ground beans that fill the metal Coffee cans just don't cut it for many Coffee connoisseurs any more.
  • Coffee Urns Have Many Uses By : John Hilaire
    For many years coffee urns have been used to serve coffee to many communities. You can find urns in places like churches, town halls and many other community
  • A Brief History of Coffee By : Fenton Wayne
    The story of coffee from its discovery in Ethiopia through to its global appeal.
  • How To Make The Perfect Espresso By : Fenton Wayne
    Tips on how to make the perfect espresso coffee.
  • A Quick Guide to Speciality Coffees By : Fenton Wayne
    A quick guide to speciality coffees.
  • How Does Your Heart React to Coffee? By : ann777
    Coffee and the risk of high blood pressure, heart attack or other cardiovascular diseases.
  • Are You Sure Coffee Is Good for You? By : ann777
    In my quest to find out if coffee really is good for you, I discovered some interesting facts.
  • Coffee Roasting on an Open Fire - A New Atmosphere for an Old Tradition By : Yvonne Perry
    Did you know that coffee beans have to be roasted before they are ground or brewed? Most people are not aware of this. Many of our ancestors were master coffee roasters, but this art was almost lost when machines began to be commonly used to roast the beans before they got to market.
  • Mugsy's Coffeehouse - Where Everybody Knows Your Name By : Yvonne Perry
    In small independent coffeehouses that roast their own beans, you can smell the aroma before you walk in. No matter tired you are, when you smell a fresh roasted pot of coffee brewing, you automatically take a deep breath and draw in the feeling of "Ah! My day just got a little better." Somehow, the world seems a little nicer when you're having a good cup of joe.
  • The Perfect Cup of Coffee By : Yvonne Perry
    Here are a few tips from a master roaster on how to make, drink and store the perfect cup of coffee.
  • Coffee 101 - The Art of Good Coffee By : Yvonne Perry
    The art of making a great cup of coffee comes from choice of bean, how it is roasted and ground as well as how much water is used in the brew. Each of these factors have an effect upon the taste, body, acidity, aroma and balance of each cup. Here is an article that define the characteristics of coffee beans.
  • Specialty Coffees - Arabica and Robusta By : Yvonne Perry
    There are two types of drinkable coffee in the world: Arabica and Robusta. They are commonly referred to as gourmet and truck stop. Industry insiders call them specialty coffee and canned. Learn why specialty coffee is more expensive and where to buy the best online.
  • Baristas - The Masters Behind The Espresso Machine By : Yvonne Perry
    When you are standing in line at a coffee shop early in the morning, trying to pry your eyes open, the barista has already been at work for several hours. In Italy, barista is a coveted title. It's a career that requires significant apprenticeship, but in the US, the term barista is given to anyone who works an espresso machine, whether he or she is truly skilled at the job or not. Learn more about Baristas in this article.
  • What In The World Is Green Coffee? By : Adrian Adams
    While you may have heard the phrase "green coffee" thrown around at your local cafe, many people are still unaware of what green coffee actually is. No, it isn't oddly colored java or moldy beans!
  • Coffee - The Newest Health Craze? By : Adrian Adams
    When you think of immune-boosting antioxidants or a diabetes-fighting diet, coffee probably isn't the first thing that comes to mind.

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