Coffee. Some like it strong, while others like it sweet and some like it black and others like it with cream. There is no one way to enjoy coffee, but if you like it really strong and like your caffeine to knock on your door real hard, you should consider Death Wish Coffee. If you have not heard about it, here is a little introduction to possibly the world's strongest coffee.
Coffee, much like wine, is uniquely different depending on the source of the beans, the roasting process and the preparation (along with a lot of science and other mystery too). Trying out new and exciting coffees from around the world would be an expensive, time consumming (ad)venture. The folks at SweeTooth Design Company believe they have a artful solution and want you to help fund it.
Ever wondered why so many packets of coffee beans and grounds at your local grocery store have '100% Arabica' boldy displayed on the packaging? Ever over-hear coffee lovers quarelling over coffee blends with added Robusta and not having a clue as to what they were talking about? Well, here are tweleve differences between Arabica and Robusta coffee beans that should clarify things just a little for you.
Black Coffee is a 2007 Canadian documentary film examining the complicated history of coffee and detailing its political, social, and economic influence from the past to the present day. This almost three hour documentary is divided in to three parts; 'The irresistible bean', 'Gold in your cup' and 'The perfect cup' and is a must watch for any coffee lover.