Archive | September, 2011

National Coffee Day(s)

While we like to think that you don’t need a reason to celebrate coffee, this week is a bit of a biggy for toasting to coffee. Today, the States celebrate National Coffee Day and on Saturday Japan will do the same. Sadly, National Coffee Day in Ireland has just passed but there’s no reason why […]

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(Ridiculous) Coffee Ads from the 60′s

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Coffee & the Global Economy

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World Cup Coffees

If you’re lucky enough to be traveling to New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup here are a few coffee spots to visit. Mojo Mojo’s roastery is in Wellington (Boks are playing there on the 11th & 17th) but they also have stores in Auckland, Dunedin and Christchurch. Coffee to try: Dr Mojo’s Medicine This […]

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Coffee in Laos

Words and photos by Gary Hirson. If drinking coffee was illegal I’d be a criminal, no doubt about it. The funny thing is that I only need two cups a day – first thing in the morning, and the second cup sometime during the afternoon. Filtered coffee with milk and sugar is the way I […]

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The Woodlands Eatery

It isn’t very difficult to fall in love with Woodlands. As a coffee spot it’s not the kind of place you can pop into willy-nilly as they’re only open in the evenings during the week and over weekends. However, this adds to the magic of the place in an absence-makes-the-heart-grow-fonder kind of way and makes […]

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