Espresso spread has been unveiled to mark UK Coffee Week
Britain’s coffee addiction is creating an estimated 25,000 tons of waste with 2.5 billion disposable coffee cups used in the UK each year
Is it the ultimate drink or just wrong?
Shoppers voice disappointment that they will no longer be able to enjoy their hot drink while shopping
It's a two-in-one product that could make your mornings much more efficient
The coffee chain is reinventing an Italian classic
Why pay for your drink when someone else could do so?
A Finnish brand claims their fungus-filled coffee is healthier than your average cup of Joe
It had surprising results for both his body and his bank account
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It turns out there’s much more to Starbucks’ lingo than you might think
Would you like some coffee with your sugar?
Research looks at caffeine consumption of 6,500 women aged between 65 and 80
But at least you can eat the cup
Google has honoured the UK's favourite drink with a marvellous animation on its homepage. It is the most quintessential of beverages and everyone in the ocuntry drinks it, right? Wrong. It turns out the decades have turned a growing number of British people against their national pastime. Roberto A Ferdman tells us more
A new study measured which major metropolitan areas had the most microbreweries, tattoo parlours and bicycle dealers per resident