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Macallan_WhiskeyDue to popular demand we will be hosting another coffee & whiskey evening on 01 November. The tasting will be hosted by whiskey expert Candice Baker. Whiskeys on offer will be Macallan 10 year old, Macallan 12 year old and Highland Park 12 year old. This will be followed by a coffee tasting and live roasting demonstration presented by Stil Coffee Roasters.

We are very excited to be hosting this event at the new Stil Coffee Roastery - arguably one of the most beautiful micro roasteries in Joburg.

Where: The new Stil Coffee Roastery: Northlands Corner Shopping Centre. Corner Witkoppen & Newmarket, Northriding. (This is their new roastery venue).

When: Thursday 01 November at 18:30.

Cost: R150 per person.

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11000Would you pay $11 000 for a coffee machine? Well, Jeremy Kuempel and Matt Walliser think you would. They are the developers of a new coffee machine that has become infamous simply because it is so expensive, coming in at a stunning, you guessed it, $11 000.

The engineers who developed Blossom One, made the unit with aesthetics in mind. It features glass and stainless steel, in conjunction with some impressive woods from mahogany to teak. The machine even has a 1.3 megapixel camera, though the makers claim it was installed to work in conjunction with their app. Apparently, downloading the app gives you access to custom recipes which can be stored in the cloud, and will help you make the best cup of coffee possible.

The company will be starting to sell in the second quarter of 2013, but the question remains, will anyone buy it?

uganda_coffeeAccording to Uganda’s leading newspaper The Citizen, President Yoweri Museveni is taking some extreme precautions to stop traders from buying coffee beans directly from farmers.

It seems that government officials have discovered that some farmers in the Sheema region have been selling their wet beans directly to traders, who had arranged to have them quickly dried, packaged and sold on the international market. The problem here is these traders are bypassing the government, which needs to control exports to boost the economy. The beans which are being sold this way are also of questionable quality. Government officials are concerned that this will have a negative economic impact on the country's exports.

It seems that anyone found purchasing these wet beans will be jailed for an indeterminate amount of time. The President has further stated that he is determined to export Ugandan coffee beans that are of the highest quality, that is, coffee that can compete with the best in the world.

espressecoSouth Africans are always looking around for the next way to help save the planet, and those of you who have an eco-conscience will be pleased to know that now, you can enjoy your favourite blend while saving the environment too.

Espresseco proudly present their 100% biodegradable coffee capsule, compatible with the Nespresso machines and better for the environment. With fantastic flavours such as Espressivo and Armoniso, the coffee is great tasting, while playing its part in taking care of our Earth.

Currently, these capsules are being sold all across the USA and in Europe and have become very popular. The capsules are not made of the usual plastic or aluminium, but instead are constructed of eco-friendly, plant based material which makes them perfect for the compost heap.

This initiative is the brain-child of Jean-Paul Guillard, Nespresso’s ex-CEO, and Espresseco have decided to spread the love, and the enviro-savings, to South Africa. Should you wish to make the switch to eco-friendly and delicious coffee, contact Espresseco via the website: www.espresseco.com.

coffee_crazyYou may notice that your first cup of coffee in the morning makes your eyes zip open and your pulse race. Well, not only does coffee have effects on your body, but it can have mental effects too. Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, but we often don’t stop to think about why we crave it or whether it could have some kind of adverse effect.

Coffee releases catecholamines, adrenaline and noradrenaline in the human body and these substances cause the brain cells to temporarily become more alert, and the appetite to dissipate. This means that with coffee, those who need an extra half hour of study time or who need to get up early can do so.

Coffee has what is called the ‘feel-good’ effect. This is due to the release of serotonin into the body, which improves the mood. With all of these effects on the brain, one might make the mistake of assuming that coffee is bad for you. In fact, though it is a stimulant, like exercise, it can be a stimulant that is actually good for the body.

Think about that the next time you stay up late with a hot cup of coffee.

 

coffee_at_workThrough the years, there have been more and more studies detailing the health benefits of coffee, but this is one that may cause you to go grab that extra cup. According to Norwegian scientists, coffee can reduce the occurrence of pain in the neck, arms and shoulders of those who spend a lot of time in front of their computer screens.

Thanks to Vegard Strøm, Cecilie Røe and Stein Knardahl, researchers at a scientific research centre in Norway, it has been determined that those who work constantly at a computer can really benefit from the healing effects of coffee. The scientists observed 48 patients all of which had full time jobs that involved computer work. Of those, the researchers noted that those who drank coffee more frequently had a reduced amount of pain.

The conclusion? Not only does coffee taste good, but it could be the reason you can keep on going while others are grumbling about their problems with the setup at the office.