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  1. "nuts-n-bolts" Keurig Info

    by George Pratt - 2008-04-22
    The perfect name for the perfect coffee maker. The word "keurig" is derived from the Dutch word for excellence, and it is what the The Keurig Coffee Maker Company promises its customers. The craftsman...
  2. Keurig: More Than Coffee

    by George Pratt - 2008-04-22
    All of us who own a Keurig coffee maker can attest that this single cup coffee brewer is the epitome of kitchen excellence. These coffee makers are able to brew a cup of hot, delicious coffee in less ...
  3. Keurig - The Greatest Gift

    by George Pratt - 2008-04-21
    Each and every year, coffee has increased in popularity where it's more of a social ritual than just a drink. In fact, besides water, coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world. Since millions ...
  4. Growing Coffee

    by mahasamut - 2008-01-03
    Coffee reproduction will must make of coffee seed only can not graft cut the branch roots a cutting and can not breed to cross species that be Arabica can not bring breed with Robusta because ...
  5. The Best Way To Store Coffee Is To Go "green"!

    by Ebenezer Heng - 2007-12-23
    The best way to store coffee is a question that is always on coffee aficinados' mind, but one that is seldom "tackle". Think about it, in most coffee maker reviews, you have the best brewer, best grin...
  6. What Is Espresso?

    by Jennifer Harris - 2007-12-21
    What is espresso? It is a concentrated coffee beverage that is brewed by forcing extremely hot water (but not boiling) under very high pressure through finely ground coffee beans. The coffee is ground...
  7. Top Reasons Why I'm A Coffeehouse Lover

    by Jennifer Harris - 2007-12-21
    There are many reasons I'm a coffeehouse lover. First and foremost, I'm a writer. To me, there is nothing more relaxing and conducive to creative juices flowing than sitting in a comfortable, overstuf...
  8. Starbucks Coffee - The History And Background Of Starbucks Coffee

    by Jennifer Harris - 2007-12-21
    While everyone recognizes the logo and knows of a local franchise, few people know where Starbucks Coffee got its name. The largest coffeehouse company in the world, Starbucks was named after the firs...
  9. What Is Cappuccino?

    by Jennifer Harris - 2007-12-21
    What is cappuccino? Many people confuse this coffee drink with a caffe latte, another form of Italian coffee found at most coffee houses in America. The main difference between the two is that a caffe...
  10. Espresso Evaluation ... What's Your Standard?

    by Philip Krayneski James - 2007-11-02
    As a barista, one of the long-lasting mysteries of the coffee industry for me has always been the standard for which the coffee industry reviews itself.Coffee Review and many others in the coffee indu...
  11. The Different Coffee Variations And How To Make Them

    by mario oreilly - 2007-09-04
    Ok, so you like to down to your favourite coffee house and order coffees, cappuccinos, café mochas, lattes and espressos. It isn't the fancy coffee cups that make this beverage taste so great. It's th...
  12. Drink Coffee Interpret Your Future

    by mario oreilly - 2007-09-04
    Reading your fortune with coffee is very similar to participating in a Rorschach test. You need to get the wider view and understand the symbols accurately to see what is coming. Here are step-by-step...
  13. Eliminate Coffee In Only Five Weeks With These Five Steps

    by Randi Cestaro - 2007-08-01
    It's a common cure for a lazy morning and often used to jump start a long afternoon: coffee. Joe. Java. Coffee is one of the most addictive substances in the world today.But how much is too much?Are y...
  14. Cold Coffee-who Woulda Thought

    by - 2007-07-30
    "What is the last thing that your patrons taste/drink before leaving a restaurant ?" And if you do not believe me go out there and watch. Nearly everybody will toss back that last cold cup of coffee b...
  15. A Coffe Shop-the Perfect Business Part 2

    by - 2007-07-30
    So you have worked at a couple of neighborhood coffee stores, and worked for at least one of the "chains". You have put a business plan together, and you have even attended some SCAA (Specialty Coffee...
  16. There Is A Whole Lot You Can Do With Coffee Apart From A Capuccino

    by - 2007-07-28
    It is really very enthralling to notice that so many varieties of beans and coffees are available all across the world vis-a- vis the different kinds of grapes and wine that satisfy the taste buds of ...
  17. The Opposing Worlds Of Coffee And Tea

    by Brian F Connors - 2007-07-10
    Image is everything. The two common household items of coffee and tea are truly unique in perception not only regarding taste but also of social significance. They are both champions in respect of our...
  18. Free Coffee And Free Coffee Maker Offers

    by Michael S Brown - 2007-07-10
    When the world of online and free coffee deals collide what do you get? Hopefully hundreds of satisfied customers are the answer. Many companies are turning to giving out freebies and coffee companies...
  19. The Anatomy Of A Coffee Tree

    by Connie Limon - 2007-07-04
    Coffea, a member of the Rubiaceae family is responsible for the biological heritage of "coffee." The Rubiaceae family includes more than 500 genera and 6,000 species of tropical trees and shrubs.It is...
  20. Age Is No Challenge To Owners Of True Blue Coffee Roasters

    by Rob Luzader - 2007-07-03
    A large yellow coffee roaster hummed while she checked the temperature of the beans roasting inside. "Almost there, but not quite yet", she said to me as I sat looking puzzled at the machine. "After a...