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Coffee and Biscotti

Life's Better With Coffee

Coffee Addiction doesn’t have to be a bad thing. With a little help, you can enjoy your daily coffee and live a healthy lifestyle. Responsible coffee drinking can help you enjoy a better life.

How much caffeine in my cup of coffee?

Well, answering the question of how much caffeine is in your cup of coffee isn’t that easy of a question to answer. There’s so many variables, including roast type, type of bean, how much ground coffee goes into making the pot of coffee, brewing methods, etc.

In this blog post, I help you find out how much caffeine is in your cup of coffee.

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For Kohana, The Future Of Coffee Is Female

Article at Forbes.com.

A story for every coffee entrepreneur to read and gain confidence from.

I love the suggestion: “Look for problems to solve, not egos to groom.” This is my new daily motto.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/janeclairehervey/2018/05/29/for-kohana-the-future-of-coffee-is-female/#3bd116a41a85

Coffee Makes Teams More Effective, Say Scientists

Inc. Article

It’s what us coffee drinkers have been saying all along. Coffee helps us work better. Now we have scientific proof of it.
“consuming a moderate amount of caffeinated coffee prior to indulging in a group activity enhances an individual’s task-relevant participation in the group activity.”

Oops. And here I thought coffee just helped keep us from throat punching irritating co-workers.

https://www.inc.com/geoffrey-james/coffee-makes-teams-more-effective-say-scientists.html

Black-owned Seattle coffee shop reacts to Starbucks bias training

As many know, I’m a Starbucks fan and hope I get the honor of being one of their partners in the near future. I hope many see the attempts they’re making in a positive light as this coffee professional.

“At least Starbucks is being accountable. I think it’s better than nothing,” said Lopez, who started his coffee career as a Starbucks barista.

I agree. Naysayers say it’s a publicity stunt, and technically it is. All PR is publicity stunt, good or bad. PR keeps the bills paid, the doors open. This one is good. This move by Starbucks is one I hope will have a positive effect on customers and other companies alike.

https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/black-owned-seattle-coffee-shop-reacts-to-starbucks-bias-training/281-559764226