How to make plain, reusable jars simply look awesome? With Cuppow ($8). This brilliant little tool acts like a coffee cup lid, working with most normal wide-mouth canning jars to turn them into efficient, eco-friendly, reusable and spill-free travel mugs. Cuppow is made from BPA-free and phthalate-free food grade polypropylene, and comes in different sizes. ..read more..
I love me some Starbucks. Chances even are that, along with many others who have fallen for the super consistent, cozy homey décor, burnt-coffee smell and the $4 latte, you can find me visiting the chain to grab a drink, to work or simply hang out with my friends every other day and in any ..read more..
For the coffee drinkers (I am a tea drinker, but nevertheless) this might be a cool new way of making your coffee next time. Coffee can be an art form unto itself. The careful prep work, the accurate measurements, the precise timing. A part of me wishes that I would take the time to do ..read more..
As if I did not have enough reasons to visit this country. The incredible Japansese super design studio Nendo created a Starbucks Pop-Up café in Tokyo known as the Starbucks Espresso Journey. The space, designed to look and feel like a library with bookshelves, allows visitors to learn more about Starbucks’ espresso drinks. Nine colour-coded books have been created, representing a different ..read more..
Attention all hipsters! After recently opening a shop in NYC, Stumptown Coffee Roasters are also setting up a shop in Amsterdam! Adding to its Portland New York and Seattle locations, this all-too-trendy coffee boutique is due to open its European doors. The exact location is not known yet, but i’ll be sure to update you ..read more..
Designed by Enrique Luis Sardi, the edible cup is made of a pastry base and covered with a special icing sugar that works as an insulator. The edible coffee cups are also waterproof “allowing you to use the cup and then appreciate its taste”.
The Handpresso Auto, an ingenious bullet-shaped espresso machine designed to sit in a car’s cup holder and plug into its 12V cigarette lighter receptacle. The Handpresso Auto is the latest in a line of hand-held espresso makers from the Fontainebleau, France–based Handpresso. As with all the company’s products, the setup is simple: Just add water, ..read more..
Starbucks, the brand that normalized the $4 latte is opening an experimental concept store in Amsterdam that offers a glimpse of the Starbucks of the future—at least in Europe. Located in the former vault of a historic bank on Rembrandtplein, the new shop will be a showcase for sustainable interior design and slow coffee brewing, ..read more..