Double tall frappucinos are out and Chemex pour over is in. Why do people get so excited about coffee? Look at how many chain coffee spots advertise how their coffee is either handcrafted or directly sourced. If the public craves it, serving good coffee is good marketing. You can now get quality espresso in the comfort of your own home without having to do more than press a button. But if you think the power of marketing only touches the consumer, think again.
Happy National Coffee Day, everyone! For some, coffee is a caffeinated drink that you enjoy drinking. Regardless of what this beverage is to you, you probably want to celebrate this joyous holiday. To do that, the E! Online team wrote love letters to coffee, and they are nothing short of passionate. We love coffee so much.
Peanut butter and jelly. Simon and Garfunkel. Mugs and cheeky slogans.
I have a special place in my heart — and mouth — for shafts. Ow ow! I know, I know. Mandatory romance, over-priced prix fixe menus, the heterosexism of it all, long stemmed roses blech and all that awful red-pink-white colour combining.