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Elephant Dung Coffee

In the lush hills of northern Thailand, a herd of 20 elephants is excreting some of the world’s most expensive coffee.


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Travesso: Espresso That Travels

During the day he’s a sales rep with Thigpen, but in his spare time he works with his friend Jim on The Travesso, which is basically a handheld, travel sized espresso maker.


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How Starbucks Started Up

In the early 1980s, a Swedish plastics company called Hammarplast sold plastic coffee filters that fit over a thermos.


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Cat Cafes in Japan

There are around 100 cat cafés in Japan many of which have particular type of cats, such as black cats, fat cats or rare breed cats.


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The First Ever Coffee Ad

The Vertue of the COFFEE Drink.


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Why You Don’t Want to Start A Coffee Shop

What do you think about starting a coffee shop?


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Dissolvable Oral Strip: Instant Relief for Burns

An dissolvable oral strip has been developed to immediately relieve pain from burns caused by ingestion of hot foods and liquids, such as coffee, pizza, and soup.


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FoamAroma: A Better Coffee Lid

In 2007 inspiration presented itself to Craig Bailey in the form of a latte at a coffee shop in Ridgefield, WA.


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Free Coffee at a Pay-By-The-Minute Cafe

At the bright and open Anticaf’e, customers pay one ruble and 50 kopecks for each minute they stay.


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Board Game Cafe

For CAD 5 per person per visit, visitors can choose from the café’s diverse collection, which includes staples like Monopoly as well as lesser-known offerings including Jumanji and Fireball Island, according to a report on BlogTO.