According to a new report, climate change threatens coffee production. Not just at some far-off date in the future. This is happening now.
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You can skip the butter and coconut oil: this vegan bulletproof coffee is so delicious, making a great morning or afternoon treat, with the benefit of healthy coconut oils and superfood maca.
UK company Bio-Bean turns spent coffee grounds into clean energy. They now reclaim 10 percent of the spent grounds in the UK.
Make warming, calming yogi tea from scratch. You can tweak the recipe to suit your tastes!
Homemade tea blends can be very simple or more complicated, and you can customize your recipes to suit your own tastes. These are some of our favorite hand-crafted tea ideas to stock your pantry or for your gift list!
We all know the Keurig K-Cup, a single-serving coffee brewing system. Awesome as they seem, there are several problems with your little brown coffee maker.
7 Hours Left To Help This Awesome Oakland, CA Coffee Kickstarter about “Good Jobs, Great Coffee”
Has cold brewed iced coffee seemed like a mystery? It’s actually really easy to make. Here are two options: one requiring a toddy maker, and one that doesn’t.
In August 2014, when Keurig introduced its “2.0” line of coffeemakers, it stopped making the refillable, non-disposable “My K-Cup.” Consumers got angry.
Here in the south iced tea is a way of life. Whether you like it sweet or unsweet, learning how to make homemade iced tea is the key to staying cool during a scorcher of a summer.
Not loving the taste of your coffee? Have you considered changing the color of your coffee mug? According to recent research, it may make all the difference between ordinary and the best coffee ever.
If you haven’t yet tasted, let alone heard of Bulletproof coffee, let’s get you acquainted.
Single-cup coffee is incredibly popular right now, but what happens to all of those single-use plastic pods? Does recycling K-cups make them less of an environmental problem?