What we’ll be adding to our coffee in 2019

From the country that brought you flat whites and avo-lattes (that’s lattes served in a hollowed-out avocado half, folks, try and keep up!) comes 2019’s big coffee trend prediction. Sales of non-dairy milk such as almond and soy have been steadily climbing, both among lactose-intolerant customers and those who think that non-dairy whiteners are a […]

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Coffee fads: coffee in a cone

Compared to other recent coffee fads, such as coffee served in an avocado shell (really, we’re not making it up), this one seems almost tame. In fact, it’s not really a coffee fad at all, more a coffee cup fad. While it’s certainly environmentally responsible to use a non-plastic container for your coffee, we think […]

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Coffee fads – ‘coffee in a bag’

Teabags, introduced as a quick, easy, mess-free way of brewing up, have been with us for a while. In fact, patents for hand-sewn fabric teabags were first filed as early as 1903. So, with coffee now firmly ensconced as the UK’s favourite drink ahead of tea, have you ever wondered why no-one’s invented a ‘coffeebag’? […]

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Is your love of coffee genetic?

Can’t get going in the morning without your cup of coffee? New research could indicate that your genes could be the reason. Scientists at Edinburgh university have discovered a gene that seems to influence the amount of coffee people drink, and could affect how we process coffee in the body. Coffee and new gene linked […]

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