Beyond the Bean

Coffee Shops – Short History

by Catalin Munteanu Coffee shops or coffeehouses & cafs as they’re also known as are shops that sell professionally prepared coffee and other hot drinks. These kinds of shop have existed now for around 500 years.Numerous myths involving the introduction of coffee to Turkey at a “Kiva Han” at the end of the 15th century flow…
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Kiva Han – The first Turkish Coffee Shop

by Catalin MunteanuAt first coffee, like tea, was used for its medicinal purposes, then as enthusiasts became more and more adventurous with the bean, they segued from grinding the green bean to roasting it to its now-familiar luscious brown, then grinding it and boiling it with water to make coffee that is drunk in a similar…
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Barista – Job Description

by Catalin Munteanu As you already know a Barista is someone who prepares coffee professionally, usually in a coffee shop or espresso bar. They are trained to make coffee how coffee should be made. However the Barista job description extends further than just pouring espressos and foaming milk. Many large companies now expect Baristas to have…
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Coffee Biology

by Catalin Munteanu There are various different species of coffee plant in existence. These plants are what your coffee drink is made from. The berries of the coffee plant are harvested and de-seeded. The seeds are dried, roasted, ground and then extracted into a coffee drink. The two main types of coffee plant that produce beans…
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Coffee – Health Benefits

Coffee – Health Benefits by Catalin Munteanu Scientific studies have explored the relationship between coffee use and a collection of medical conditions. Findings have been conflicted as to whether coffee has any detailed health benefits, and results are similarly conflicting regarding the more harmful effects of coffee drinking. Variations in the results, however, can be at…
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The Hard Work of Coffee Production

by Ellen Friedland When we sit at our coffee shops, homes, offices, or elsewhere pleasurably imbibing our daily morning brew, we talk about sports and weather, edit documents, read news, watch videos, or engage in a host of other activities. Yet rarely does our attention focus on the origins or arduous journey of that delicious cup…
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The Internationality of the Expression “Enjoy Your Coffee”

by Ellen Friedland I’m sitting at the Mount Elgon Hotel in Mbale, Uganda, eating breakfast. My husband and I (and some American friends) are here to extend into an hour our currently 40-minute documentary on the coffee farmers of Mirembe Kawomera (Delicious Peace) Coffee Co-op, who live on the outskirts of this city, in the foothills of the…
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My cup of Ecstacy

My cup of Ecstacy by Caroline Bird A serious weather system.  That’s what they called it – a posh term for a bloody great snowstorm.  The worst conditions imaginable for attempting to climb some 14,500 feet to the summit of Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the contiguous United States.   Any smart person would have given it up as a…
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Coffee – Health Benefits

Scientific studies have explored the relationship between coffee use and a collection of medical conditions. Findings have been conflicted as to whether coffee has any detailed health benefits, and results are similarly conflicting regarding the more harmful effects of coffee drinking. Variations in the results, however, can be at least partly determined by considering how…
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The Internationality of the Expression “Enjoy Your Coffee”

I’m sitting at the Mount Elgon Hotel in Mbale, Uganda, eating breakfast. My husband and I (and some American friends) are here to extend into an hour our currently 40-minute documentary on the coffee farmers of Mirembe Kawomera (Delicious Peace) Coffee Co-op, who live on the outskirts of this city, in the foothills of the…
Read More
ENJOYYOURCOFFEE.NET

My cup of Ecstacy

A serious weather system. That’s what they called it – a posh term for a bloody great snowstorm. The worst conditions imaginable for attempting to climb some 14,500 feet to the summit of Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the contiguous United States.  Any smart person would have given it up as a bad idea, but this was…
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A cup is like a bedroom. A latte is like a marriage.

Is he the perfect espresso? Is she the best-skimmed milk ever? If you want to have a good latte, you must pour the milk over the coffee with love and passion. Otherwise, the coffee will suck. If you want to have a relationship, you need to do exactly the same thing. The ingredients of a…
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Ecstasy Experiences

Do you remember that cup of coffee that made you experience pure ecstasy? Share your sacred and delightful visual moments with us today! We look forward to hearing your coffee tales.

Stories of Coffee Indulgence

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When Delicious Becomes Divine

If you believe that there's nothing so delectable as your daily fix of coffee, think again. On some occasions, perfect gets even better. The delicious becomes divine when you enjoy your coffee somewhere extra special, perhaps with somebody extra special.

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