Coffee shop owner has bright ideas

Coffee shop owner has bright ideas
Coffee consumed on an average day: 8-ounce latte, six shots of espresso, some drip coffee and maybe a quad Americano. “It depends on how long the day is,” she said. Alyssa Cloyd is not so different from the espresso shots she sells: small, …
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Starbucks Finally Coming to India: Will It Knock Out the Indian Coffee Retailers?
"No, they are not the same, they don't even serve Tazo Chai Tea Latte," was the curt response. Well, it's only an individual example, but kind of opens up a window to understand how brands develop and make your life incomplete without them being around …
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Recipe: Coffee cream biscuits

Recipe: Coffee cream biscuits
MAKE THEM WITH THE KIDS: Decorating these coffee cream biscuits can be a great way to keep children occupied. These little biscuits sandwiched together with delicious coffee cream are irresistible to those who have tasted them once!

Recipes: Iced Mocha Freeze and Roasted Pork with Apple Parmesan Salad
A reader asked for an Iced Mocha Freeze recipe that would taste like those sold at coffee outlets. By Linda Cicero No comments have been posted to this article. Q. My daughter is addicted to fancy mocha iced coffee but is spending nearly $ 4 a day on …
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The changing art of making coffee

The changing art of making coffee
Coffee roasters have always worked with complementary blends of beans and probably they always will. Yet in the past few years, there has been a surge in single origin coffees, drunk unblended, on their own. These beans, typically exclusive and …

Chevron ExtraMile Aims for Top Quality With Seattle's Best Coffee
The West Coast c-store chain is currently rolling out Seattle's Best Coffee to all of its 271 company-owned and 273 franchise ExtraMile locations. The approximately six-week deployment is scheduled to finish in June. "Coffee is a really important part …
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First Cuppa Coffee – April 17, 2012: Taxing Tuesday Edition
by Doug Porter on April 17, 2012 · 1 comment Okay it's tax day… The Tea Party drew about 1600 people in Oceanside yesterday. Downtown San Diego will celebrate the day from a different perspective, as MoveOn and some of their friends stage a Tax the 1% …
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Uganda May Export 180000 Bags of Coffee in April, Agency Says
Coffee exports from Uganda, Africa's second-biggest producer, may climb 2.5 percent this month because of an improved crop, the Uganda Coffee Development Authority said. Shipments in the month may rise to 180000 60-kilogram (132-pound) bags, …
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Need caffeine? Coffee shop under new ownership.

Need caffeine? Coffee shop under new ownership.
By Jason E. Silvers Attendees applaud after Mike Giordano, co-owner of The Grind Coffee House, cuts the ribbon in front of the business following the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce Coffee Thursday morning. More than 70 people attended the coffee …
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Monitoring your children's caffeine consumption
Caffeine helps a lot of people get through the day, but too much of it can actually be harmful, especially for kids and young adults. Despite the popularity of caffeinated drinks, the US Food and Drug Administration doesn't offer caffeine guidelines …
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Imperial Coffee and Services Inc. Partners With TerraCycle to Outsmart Waste

Imperial Coffee and Services Inc. Partners With TerraCycle to Outsmart Waste
Long committed to environmental initiatives, Imperial Coffee and Services Inc. has now expanded its "go green" mandate by joining a worldwide recycling movement. Imperial Coffee and Services Inc., the Ontario leader in office coffees service for more …
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Underdog bets future on coffee shop
This lesson came home to me at the Heights Ashbury Coffee Shop on 19th Street in the Heights. It was 1 pm on a Saturday. I ordered a decaf latte and asked the barista how business was going. "Well, I'm not sure," Matt Toomey replied with a grin.
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Shuttle to arrive today; man rear-ended, robbed; coffee vendors shut out of

Shuttle to arrive today; man rear-ended, robbed; coffee vendors shut out of
Want to buy gourmet coffee at your local farmer's market? You may be out of luck. Local roasters are getting shut out of some area events because of restrictions on the sale of products not grown in the immediate area — like coffee beans.
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Morning coffee brief
A quick look at what happened in overnight trading – the euro zone is showing strength with the S&P Europe 350 trading up 1.11% at the mid-day with leadership in the financial sector. Spain was able to successfully sell €3.18 billion worth of 12 month …
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'Morning Coffee': NFL Schedule Release, Daily Dose Of Tebowmania
by Ed Valentine • Apr 17, 2012 8:04 AM EDT Welcome to your Tuesday morning edition of SB Nation New York's 'Morning Coffee,' your sports wakeup call. I know people are starved for NFL news, and the release of the full regular-season schedule is …
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Coffee 'clash' in East Village
Patrons at Astor Place coffee shop dashed underneath tables as metal pipe-wielding protesters attempted to shatter its floor-to-ceiling Plexiglas windows during a Saturday night riot, police and workers said. Luckily, the unbreakable panes prevented …
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Small roasters are brewing a quality difference in Kansas City's coffee culture

Small roasters are brewing a quality difference in Kansas City's coffee culture
Cates judged the recent Latte Art Throwdown at Cafe Main in Grandview, and Phillips consults with bartenders seeking just the right brew for cocktails. It's not just Broadway, though. The Roasterie and chocolatier Christopher Elbow teamed to make …
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Kaminak Reports 90.4% Gold Recoveries From Simulated Heap Leach Testing
A composite 30kg sample of drill core from the Supremo and Latte zones was crushed to 0.5 inch and subjected to a 80 day column cyanide leaching test. Measured head grade of this sample was 3.75 g/t Au. Results show 90.4% gold recoveries obtained over …
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Get a game bundle for , help feed the hungry
For the price of a grande latte, you get five popular indie games, a bunch of bonus content, and the satisfaction of helping your fellow humans. by Rick Broida April 13, 2012 7:13 AM PDT Follow @cheapskateblog The Be Mine 2 Bundle comes with five indie …
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