• 27 March 2013

    5 Destinations For Excellent Coffee Culture

    Cafes are often a travelers hub, not just because you can kill your jetlag with a cup of espresso, but because they are inevitably the place where you go to sit and do some people watching and, while you're at it, take a moment to get immersed in the local coffee culture.

  • 27 March 2013

    English Coffee with Roasted Figs

    English Coffee with Roasted Figs is quite unique coffee served in fine English hotels.

  • 24 March 2013


    Cuban coffee is engrained in Miami culture. Gazing at the crowd huddled around the the outdoor window at Abuela’s, one notices tourists, locals, Latinos, Haitians, and Europeans alike: a snapshot of Miami, all drinking a café cubano.

  • 21 March 2013

    What is espresso? It’s an entirely different way to make coffee.

    Ask any real coffee lover, “What is espresso?”, and he or she will probably smile. Espresso is coffee at its most romantic and symbolic. Compared to regular, drip-brewed coffee, espresso is heavy-bodied, aromatic and slightly bittersweet.

  • 19 March 2013

    Kafja, Cupcakes dhe muhabeti me një polic në Carpinteria

    As a way for the public to get to know local law enforcement better and ask questions in a casual atmosphere, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office is holding a series of monthly “Coffee with a Cop” events in Carpinteria.

  • 17 March 2013

    Espresso Pumpkin Pie

    I always get a craving for pumpkin pie as soon as the first leaves start turning colors or the first crisp autumn breeze turns my cheeks red. This year, I took my old pumpkin pie recipe and expanded upon it and improved it by adding espresso. It's a simple recipe using canned pumpkin. The purist bakers among the crowd can modify a from scratch pumpkin pie recipe accordingly, if they have the patience to fool around with whole pumpkins, but this recipe is for the majority of people who want the pie minus the fuss.

  • 15 March 2013

    Best way to store your coffee

    Whether you buy ground coffee or grind it at home, either way you have to store it. But how? Do you put it in the freezer? Do you put it in a nice container with a coffee bean on it? Or do you simply leave it in the bag it came in, or in the grinder, to sit on the counter?

  • 13 March 2013

    Around the World in Concept Coffee Shops

    Conceptual ways of serving up a good cup of coffee have been around for about as long as cafes have, as evidenced by such late-19th-century oddities as Paris' Café de L'Enfer. Things have only gotten weirder since then, and in places like Tokyo, where cultural novelties are an essential staple of urban life, weirdly themed coffee shops and cafes have made a caffeinated jolt into the mainstream. From the bizarre to the brilliant, we take you on a tour of some of the more unique concepts out there.