How many of you are going to a Cars & Coffee event this weekend? Today was my first in the foggy city of Charlotte, NC. I had a blast.
Coffee; delicious, addictive, ...delicious... I meant you’ve gotta drink something before beer o’clock. Our friends over at Expedition Portal did some extensive research on a few adventurous coffee-brewing techniques I hadn’t heard of, and now I need another cuppa’ pronto.
At parties—which I go to a lot—the question is often raised: if you were to travel to space, what would be the one earthly thing you’d have trouble giving up? FRESH COFFEE, we all yell. Samantha Cristoforetti, an Italian astronaut at the International Space Station, has proven that we will never have to go without…
Taking the bulk of the thousands of votes you cast, the Contigo Autoseal West Loop Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Easy Clean Lid has sealed up the title of Best Travel Mug, and kept it warm all day.
Our call for Best Travel Mug contenders was one of the biggest and most contested we've ever had. You've poured and sealed an awesome list of five nominees, and now it's time to vote.
There's an amazing amount of coffee coverage across our network, and today we want to figure out which brew-carrying vessel is best. Head for the comments and sound off.
Volkswagen Japan came up with what may be the most ephemeral promotional tie-in I can think of: they commissioned an artist to make latté-foam sculptures of the VW Beetle. These are pretty impressive, especially when you realize the medium he's working in is about as substantial as a really good sneeze.
Early next year, a new Italian guest will arrive at the International Space Station — an Italian coffee maker designed to work in zero gravity, dubbed ISSpresso. The arrival of the machine will coincide with the visit of the first female Italian astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti.
A quality grinder is an essential tool in making good coffee or espresso, but they're often known more for their utility than their beauty. The HG-One, though, is a different beast. Its sleek beauty will make you forget how much cranking is involved.
Forget what you know about The Most Interesting Man In The World. The real one lives in Colombia's main coffee-producing region, drives a Nissan he converted to hand controls, and processes coffee using machines he built himself out of old beer kegs and washing machine parts.
Three heirs to an Italian coffee empire are being investigated for making and selling millions of dollars' worth of fake Ferraris. An elderly mechanic, the Italian government, and one pissed-off Ferrari chairman are involved, and no one's happy. Here's why.
Andrew Brian McKnight works at a Waffle House in Tennessee. When a customer allegedly attempted to run him over after running out on a check, McKnight ended up on the hood of his car. Sound bad? It gets worse.
For most, a half-gallon of coffee is an absolute must to wake up during your morning commute to the job you loathe. Little did you know how dangerous it, along with nine other foods, really are.
A study published by the American Chemical Society has shown the power of coffee grounds as a source of biodiesel, possibly ending America's dependence on the unfortunately named rapeseed.
Coffee is the official drink of attention challenged writers the world over. While it may be scary to think about how much coffee we drink, ciphering out exactly how much money we spend on on it can be outright horrifying. The folks at Caffeine Central have put together this handy calculator so you too can figure out…
Paukert the Exclaimer, can we get a "Yikes!" please? For those with $1,750 to blow on a countertop kitchen appliance and happen to be aficionados of the charging bull brand, we suppose one could do worse than this Lambo-branded Tonino coffeemaker. They're only hand-building a thousand of these brewing machines, so if…