Turmeric Peppermint Tea for Face

I am completely obsessed with turmeric peppermint tea for my face! This amazing blend has become my number one skincare regimen. Not only does it smell amazing, but it also works wonders for my skin. In this article, I’ll share with you the remarkable benefits of turmeric peppermint tea for your skin, how to make it at home, and the role of these two powerful...

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New England’s Coffee Scene Brews Up Its Own Coffee Festival

The recent Northeast Coffee Festival took Concord, N.H., by storm. BY MADELINE JONESBARISTA MAGAZINE ONLINE Photos courtesy of Northeast Coffee Festival and Sarah Doherty Small cities in central New England might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of amazing coffee, but a regional festival based in New Hampshire is working hard to change your mind.  Behind the Fest Specialty...

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Why specialty third wave roasters are moving away from microlots

For many, microlots are synonymous with specialty coffee The C price peaked at $2.45/lb in April 2024, with inflation and other factors squeezing roasters’ budgets Many roasters are moving away from microlots in favour of more financially viable options, though a niche market remains FOR A long time, microlots were synonymous with the third wave and specialty coffee, offering higher quality and traceability to roasters...

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More celebrity-backed coffee brands launch – do they still add value to the industry?

If you’re a coffee professional or enthusiast, it was impossible to ignore the launch of several celebrity-backed coffee brands last week. We saw National Football League player Patrick Mahomes become the lead investor in Throne Sport Coffee, rock band Green Day partner with Keurig Dr Pepper on a new coffee line, and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani start his own coffee brand in...

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RMIT University and council trial world-first coffee concrete footpath

Council officers and the RMIT research team were present for the pour of the coffee concrete for the footpath trial in Gisborne. Credit: Bodey Dittloff, Macedon Ranges Shire Council.Freshly brewed coffee concrete may be coming to a street near you. RMIT University in Melbourne has teamed up with Macedon Ranges Shire Council to conduct a world-first coffee concrete footpath trial. Several other upcoming infrastructure projects...

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Vending machines: The next stop for specialty coffee and RTD?

Coffee brands are turning to vending machines as new market platforms Vending machines are getting a makeover, with convenience services set to be worth $40 billion by 2028  RTD and vending machines could the lynchpin the specialty segment needs to scale across new demographics SPECIALTY COFFEE vending machines might seem like an oxymoron, but they have been popping up in high-traffic spots worldwide. Machines that...

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