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Senseo and Other Coffee Pods Compatible With Hamilton Beach Coffee Makers

I was asked recently why anyone would buy the Hamilton Beach Coffee Makers that the person asking thought only used Senseo coffee pods. The answer was not what the person expected. Senseo coffee pods are excellent, but the Hamilton Beach coffee pod systems do not brew Senseo coffee pods exclusively. As a matter of fact, these pod coffee makers brew a great variety of single cup coffee pods. This is not to say, of course, that Senseo coffee pods are not reason enough to invest in a Hamilton... Read More »
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Uniq Teas Blend Artful Teas and Herbal Tea Blends

Uniq Teas loose leaf tea blends are taking tea to a whole new level by creating tea varieties designed to please the 21st Century tea drinker’s palate. By combining traditional tea with unique flavors and creating new and exciting herbal tea varieties, Uniq Teashas created a depth of variety unseen prior in the tea market. Uniq Teas are all selected from the finest ingredients artfully composed to create new tea tastes. These teas are typically sold loose leaf in order to allow for steeping... Read More »
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Live Stream of the 2013 United States Barista Championship

The United States Barista Championship 2013 is occurring right now though Sunday the 14th, determining the best barista in the United States. You can watch the best coffee artists in the country streamed live via Livestream with the link below.   Read More » » Read More »
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Green Coffee Beans Found to Help Diabetes and Weight Loss

The words of the day are “chlorogenic acid,” a natural substance found in green coffee beans. Scientists have been studying this substance in an attempt to understand its effect on the human body. Multiple studies have been done on chlorogenic acid, but two were published in the last few weeks that have potentially huge ramifications for those who enjoy coffee and those who suffer from either obesity or type 2 diabetes. The chlorogenic acid in green coffee beans is a naturally... Read More »
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Reuse K-Cups to Start Your Garden Seeds

K-Cups often receive the criticism that they are wasteful in terms of trash production, a claim that Keurig has refuted in terms of proportion of waste produced per capita. Certainly, Keurig has heard the criticism. Their new Vue single cup coffee maker uses #5 recyclable plastic, a plastic being recycled in more and more communities across North America every day, in its inserts. However, many single cup coffee consumers still feel the need to find ways to reuse or repurpose spent K-Cups in... R... Read More »
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K-Cup Coffee Review: Green Mountain Coffee Island Coconut K-Cups

Coconut-flavored coffee fanatics, the day has arrived! Green Mountain Coffee’s seasonal Island Coconut K-Cups are out! This day is a pretty big deal in some circles. This seasonal K-Cup is one that we’ve had many requests to carry year-round, but it just isn’t possible. Green Mountain Coffee continues to release it as a seasonal, so now is the time to stock up. We regularly sell out of Green Mountain Coffee Island Coconut K-Cups, so while hoarding a stash might seem a bit absurd, it really... Rea... Read More »
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The World’s Largest Coffee Cup or Strong K-Cup Coffee

The size of the American coffee cup has been growing over the last century, from the European-style demitasse into all varieties of large, even quart-size monstrosities at your average gas station. Amazon.com, however is selling a coffee mug that redefines the American definition of large. Ladies and gentlemen, I present the World’s Largest Coffee Cup. This mug can hold 20 cups of coffee, nearly enough to dunk your head in on those mornings when coffee by regular administration does not seem... Read More »
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K-Cup Coffee Review: Tully’s Hawaiian Blend K-Cups

Keurig K-Cup coffee maker owners are in for a treat this week. We are reviewing a recent line to the Tully’s Coffee line of K-Cup coffees, Tully’s Hawaiian Blend K-Cups. This Hawaiian coffee blend from Tully’s manages to capture some of the finer qualities of Hawaiian-grown coffee beans while enhancing those qualities with complexity resulting from the 100% Arabica coffee beans blended with them. If you are looking for a great everyday-drinking coffee and are already a fan of Hawaiian... Read More »
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European Coffee from Green Mountain Coffee Barista Prima K-Cups

European coffee is renowned for the heavy body and bold taste imparted by the dark roasts that are most popular across the continent. These roasts are even named for European countries, French Roast coffee being a popular roast the world over and Italian Roast agreed upon as the espresso extraction standard. Now, Keurig K-Cup coffee system owners can enjoy true European coffeehouse-style at home or at the office with Green Mountain Coffee Barista Prima K-Cups. Barista Prima K-Cups from Green... R... Read More »
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K-Cup Coffee Review: Starbucks Verona Blend Coffee K-Cups

Today, we review a coffee that is certain to delight fans of dark roast K-Cup coffee. This brew is dark and mysteriously complex, and though we once had to trek to a Starbucks café to have a single cup of this dark coffee, Starbucks Verona Blend Coffee is a blend of Starbucks Yukon Blend and Starbucks Italian Roast that combines Indonesian and Latin American coffee beans. It is available for brewing at home, recently having been added to the Starbucks Coffee K-Cups line as well, much to the... Read More »
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Starbucks K-Cup Coffees Now At CoffeeForLess

Google, in their 2012 Zeitgeist Report, declared Starbucks the fifth most searched for business in their local search statistics. People love Starbucks, and Starbucks coffee has come to define good coffee for many. From its humble start with a single Italian coffee shop-style  store in 1971, Starbucks has grown to be a multinational provider of gourmet roast coffee and espresso drinks. Now, you can enjoy this world-renowned coffee at home or at the office with your Keurig K-Cup Coffee Maker. Star... Read More »
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Dunkin’ Donuts Employee Uses Hot Coffee As Weapon

Quick thinking on the part of a Dunkin’ Donuts employee and minimal thinking on the part of a would-be crook has taken the Internet by storm. A failed robbery and hot coffee used in self-defense make for good water cooler chat, and this Dunkin' Donuts robbery story has it all. Quick thinking heroism, dumb criminals, and our favorite beverage standing in as the weapon that vanquished the criminal. The scene opened on the Dunkin’ Donuts drive through window seen from the vantage of a security... Re... Read More »
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Coconut Water A Healthy Alternative to Sports Drinks

We’ve been hearing it for years: electrolytes are key for quick and effective hydration. Sports drinks advertise them, enhanced water brands add them, and now coconut water is making a splash by focusing on its natural electrolyte content. Some swear by the rehydrating power of coconut water while others just like the taste. Either way, coconut water appears to be here to stay. Coconut water is the water that is naturally found within coconuts. It has been the survival strategy of Robinson... Rea... Read More »
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Refreshingly Cool: Discover Organa Mint Green Tea

  For many, the art of tea drinking has become a daily ritual. Each step in the process brings you closer to enjoying a steaming hot cup of tea. From heating the water to selecting your favorite mug, tea time is your time. Exploring new blends of tea is part of the ritualistic process. Organa Mint Green Tea Pods offer a delectable new experience. Filling your cup with an enjoyable blend of organic green tea, the refreshing taste of mint creates an overall revitalizing brew. Experience a Cool... R... Read More »
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K-Cup Coffee Review: Green Mountain Coffee Gingerbread Flavored Coffee K-Cups

Gingerbread is a classic taste of winter holidays. Its ginger-spiced, molasses-sweetened taste is made into cookies, traditionally cut into the famous gingerbread man or made into eccentric gingerbread houses, that are enjoyed around the holidays. The taste is so popular that it can be enjoyed year-round in the form of ginger snaps-style cookies. Green Mountain Coffee Gingerbread Flavored Coffee K-Cups from CoffeeForLess produce a coffee that captures this sweet and spicy flavor in a cup of... Re... Read More »
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Grow Your Own Coffee From Green Coffee Beans

Do you absolutely love coffee? Odds are that you love coffee if you read this blog. Some of us who love coffee very much find that having a coffee plant in our house is a wondrous way to be close to the plant that provides our daily perkiness. If you are that in love with coffee, then don’t worry. You are in good company. Many people grow coffee at home or even in their yard (if they have no frost) and find the experience fun and rewarding. Coffee is a tropical tree that grows well as a bush... Read More »
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Coffee Shops and Food Service Establishments Popularize Green Convenience

As consumers grow more aware of the impact of their consumption decisions, businesses across the country are racing to find consumer-friendly replacements for conveniences that most consumers have come to expect. Not since the battling burger giants’ rejection of Styrofoam has there been such a shift in consumer expectation. Today’s cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants have more opportunity to replace currently expected disposable conveniences with more environmentally friendly alternatives,... Read More »
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Coffee Review: New York Coffee House Blend

New York Coffee is an exclusive coffee that is proudly offered by CoffeeForLess. The vast array of flavored coffees and high quality regional varieties offered by New York Coffee are roasted in small batches to produce an artisanal quality coffee of excellent consistency and precise roast. While you may not find New York Coffee Beans at your local grocery store, this is for good reason. Each batch of coffee beans is roasted to meet demand and avoid excessive storage and the spoilage that... Read More »
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Central American Coffee Prices Likely To Rise

Central American coffee growers are rushing to contain the spread of a coffee-eating fungus that has taken root in the region as events associated with global climate change have made the region an ideal home to the fungus. The hemilea vastatrix fungus thrives in the hot temperatures and drought conditions that the Central America experienced throughout 2012 and into the 2013 coffee harvest. The fungus is known as “leaf rust” due to its tendency to dry up coffee leaves, causing them to discolor... Read More »
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Is Elephant Poo Coffee From Thailand The Next Kopi Luwak?

Entrepreneur Blake Dinkin thinks he has found the next hot trend in pre-digested coffee beans: the elephant. His unique coffee growing, harvesting, and roasting process uses this mammoth mammal to hand(trunk?)-select coffee beans at the height of their ripeness, pass them through this intrepid coffee harvester, and then hand(truly)-select the beans from the excrement of the elephant before roasting. Alright, if you are still reading, then you might have the stomach for such a coffee product,... Read More »
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