Black Coffee Drinkers Are More Likely To Be Sadists and Psychopaths

An interesting study posted in the international research journal Appetite, and posted on the site, has been finding interesting correlations between preferred flavors and personality traits ((continued))

When You Drink Coffee, This Is The Chain Reaction That Starts In Your Body

Perhaps you've read about all of the health benefits of coffee, largely due to the great things coffee is made of.  But, what exactly is going on in the body?  And, are there any negative things to watch out for? Well, here's a rough timeline of what happens ((continued))

Want Energy But It’s Too Late For Caffeine? Eat Food With These 4 Ingredients.

We've all been there.  Perhaps working a longer shift, or just want an extra kick to make it through dinner and off to sleep.  But caffeine?  Many of us, myself included, are particularly sensitive to caffeine.  A cup of coffee is going to keep me awake likely another 3 hours or so. So what are the alternatives? 1) Eat magnesium rich foods ((continued))

Do Not Order Coffee On Your Flight. Here is Why:

Many of us who worked in fast food in our younger days often cannot come back to eat at that same place.  We just know too much about what goes on back there. It is easier for us to be ignorant to all of the other restaurants that we frequent however.  We just want to go out, enjoy our time, and not think about the potentially gross stuff going on and how we can avoid it. Until recently, the food and drinks served on a plane were the same for me ((continued))

Give A Better Gift This Father’s Day

Dads, granddads, uncles, nephews, cousins, the spouse's family and more.  They all might be on your gift giving list this Father's Day. What are you planning on getting them? Father's Day has been going strong for more than 100 years, and yet we still get these poor guys the same thing year after year. What is it this year?  Tie or coffee mug? ((continued))

Cold Brewed Coffee Is Probably Not Going Anywhere Anytime Soon

Many people thought, and continue to think, that cold brewed coffee is simply a fad.  They may think that it is riding the coattails of iced coffee, which is riding the coattails of virtually every over-sugared milkshakey coffee out there. But, coffee sales would beg to differ. See, traditionally coffee sales would plummet ((continued))

A Look Inside The Lives of Coffee Farmers In Uganda

NPR recently posted an original piece (see their full story here) that was essentially a photo diary of Ugandan farmers. The Ugandan farmers were given cameras, despite never having used them before, and then NPR came back later to see what photos they would have taken.  This gave quite the inside look that they likely would not have received if ((continued))

How Many People Drink Coffee In The United States? How Does That Compare To The World?

Well, that's an interesting question, and not just because we'd like to offer our subscription service to all of them. The coffee industry is reportedly a $30 billion per year industry in the US alone. It gets tricky crunching the numbers, as they seem to vary, with USA Today claiming as many as 83% of US adults drink coffee; while Harvard reports that the National Coffee Association claims this number to be 54%. As of 2017, the US adult population sits at ((continued))

How Coffee Roasting Affects Bean Weight

Some of our subscription customers have rightly noticed that some pouches of coffee are slightly bigger than others. When buying coffee beans, you purchase them based upon weight. The interesting thing is though, that the weight of a bean actually varies based on what type of roast it is ((continued))