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There's a morning routine for many of us who work regular shifts: Wake up. Fumble through shower and getting dressed. Make
After a long weekend and a short week, there was a lot in my inbox to review. Here are the five things that caught my attention this week.
Need more coffee in the morning to wake you up? Tim Hortons knows where you're coming from. The coffee and donut chain announced
One of the hardest parts about [tasting coffee] doesn't even happen in your mouth. In order to taste better, you've got to
The following is a dramatic analysis of how and why coffee runs my life, and why I consult it for advice, inspiration and motivation every day, and why I could never live in a place that routinely charges above $2.50 a cup.
The larger the coffee, the less time spent actually enjoying not only the beverage, but the experience of having the caffeine wash over you; a restart button at any point in the day.
In many ways, tea is the direct opposite of coffee. Coffee is often linked to hectic schedules and energy rushes in the midst of stress-filled days. Tea is associated with comfort, slowing down the pace and with tradition and ritual. Coffee stimulates. Tea calms.
Everyone's favourite summer dessert is teaming up with Canada's favourite coffee. Tim Hortons announced earlier this week
Did you hear that some Tim Hortons locations are getting rid of their smallest size coffee and shifting everything else up to one size larger? Let's say you're a double-double drinker. If you continue to order up the same, given Tim's new larger sizes, how many extra calories could you be consuming a year?
On a mountaintop estate in the rugged coffee-making region of Quindio, Colombia, Juan Pablo Villota is at war with the weather