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Innovative coffee shops are bringing late-night cafe culture to the UK

LONDON – Aside from the odd after dinner espresso, coffee drinking has always been a daytime pursuit in Britain. But a new wave of cafes across the country are showing that there’s room (and demand) for late-night coffee bars and all-day tea houses. Over the last few years, late-night ...

Michelin Guide Rio & Sao Paulo includes three new one-star restaurants

BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT, France – Michelin is delighted to unveil the new selection in the 2017 MICHELIN Rio & Sao Paulo Guide, available on all download platforms (IOS and Android) and in hard copy, in English and Portuguese. The 2017 selection distinguishes three restaurants with one star ...

Comunicaffè International launches new subscription campaign for 2017/2018

MILAN – Comunicaffè International is launching its subscription campaign for 2017/2018. The annual subscription rate is unchanged at 260 euro. A paying account gives you access to all the resources on our website without limitations. You can pay using your paypal account, your credit card (Stripe) or with a wire transfer.

Brexit vote’s bean bad for Starbucks: Coffee giant’s UK sales, profits plunge

LONDON, UK – The US coffee company said it has “experienced significant economic and political headwinds this year which affected sales, including slowing economic growth, impact of Brexit and ongoing security concerns contributing to weakening consumer confidence”.

Why coca leaf, not coffee, may always be Colombia’s favourite cash crop

SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Chile – Colombia’s current peace process is facing numerous challenges. In a country that has suffered the worst impacts of the international drug war, one main dilemma is this: what to do with rural regions which have specialised in producing coca leaf, the main ingredient in one of the world’s most lucrative products?

A Journey to Colombia’s Coffee Belt, the northern reaches of the Andes

MILAN – The New York Times has recently featured, in its Travel section, an interesting story, written by Gustave Axelson, about a journey to Colombia’s Coffee Belt. The article describes the everyday life of Colombian campesinos in the northern reaches of the Andes Mountains.

MICHELIN unveils the new edition of the guide Main Cities of Europe 2017

MILAN – Michelin is pleased to unveil the 36th selection of the MICHELIN guide Main Cities of Europe 2017, which covers 44 cities in 20 countries and recommends a total of 2,332 restaurants. “The MICHELIN guide Main Cities of Europe 2017 reflects the vibrancy and diversity of the culinary scene in Europe’s major cities” comments ...

From cold brew to pea milk in cappuccino…The future of coffee

FAIRFIELD, New Jersey, U.S. – Sick of the daily grind when it comes to your morning coffee? Good news: This year promises to be anything but your average cup of Joe. Consumer expectations in the U.K. around everything from bean to brew is growing significantly, and so are the offerings, as coffee shops serve up hot and cold ...

U.S. Millennials spend more on coffee than retirement, says survey

A new survey from Survey Monkey showed that millennials are dropping more money on coffee drinks than they are retirement ...

Quotes about coffee: “I was taken by the power that savoring …”

"I was taken by the power that savoring a simple cup of coffee can have to ..."