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LA Googie Landmark Saved from Demolition, for Now

LA Googie Landmark Saved from Demolition, for Now

CoffeeandBean.com January 16, 2015 0

At a hearing earlier today, Los Angeles’ Culture Heritage Commission voted to consider granting Historic-Cultural Monument status to Norms Coffee Shop on La Cienega. This would protect the iconic building in the Googie modern

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Coffee Jello Shots

Coffee Jello Shots

CoffeeandBean.com January 13, 2015 0

Ingredients Bottom Layer ¼ cup cold water 1 pkg unflavored gelatin ¼ tsp. instant coffee granules 2 T. coffee liqueur (Kahlua) 2 T. Bailey’s Irish Cream ½ cup sweetened condensed milk Middle Layer ¼

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Starbucks Dumps Christmas Coffee for 50% Discount

Starbucks Dumps Christmas Coffee for 50% Discount

CoffeeandBean.com January 5, 2015 0

Almost two weeks after Christmas, Starbucks Corp.still has inventories of Christmas coffee. Like most retailers, it has taken the only logical way out. It has priced this inventory at 50% off to clear away

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Vietnamese Iced Coffee

Vietnamese Iced Coffee

CoffeeandBean.com January 3, 2015 0

INGREDIENTS 12 to 16 ice cubes 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk, at room temperature 3 cups hot, strongly brewed coffee or espresso, or, if using the filter-and-drip method, about 4 rounded tablespoons ground coffee

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‘Latte Motion’, A Stop-Motion Animated Love Story Featuring 1,000 Cups of Coffee

‘Latte Motion’, A Stop-Motion Animated Love Story Featuring 1,000 Cups of Coffee

CoffeeandBean.com December 26, 2014 0

“Latte Motion” is a touching stop-motion animated short created by Japanese company Ajinomoto General Foods using 1,000 cups of coffee to promote its latte drink flavoring, Maxim Stick. The “world’s first latte art animation”

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Will Americans be able to taste Cuban-grown coffee?

Will Americans be able to taste Cuban-grown coffee?

CoffeeandBean.com December 19, 2014 0

Much of the talk about opening up Cuba has been over the newfound accessibility of one thing: cigars. But there’s another Cuban commodity that could soon find its way to American shores: coffee. It’s

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