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Coffee Arabica 1.9L Unbelievable Edibles ®

After water, espresso is the most well-liked drink on the planet. From Alfred Peet’s inspirational example came lots of the coffee cultures that now are household names today in America and world wide- Starbucks being probably the most famous of those after all. The unique founders of Starbucks- Baldwin, Bowker and Ziv Seigel originally leant their roasting trade from Peet, in reality Peet roasted for them of their early years. Many others in the industry in America immediately additionally handed by means of the Peet’s Coffee experience. In actual fact when Howard Schulz bought Starbucks, Bowker and Baldwin moved throughout and bought Peets Coffee- Alfred Peet retiring to a role of Espresso Mentor for the Industry as a complete. The distinctions are so small between the latte and flat white, I don’t assume the article made it any clearer for me. This Arabica espresso beans is sweet and smooth with … Read more

The New Bipartisan Stimulus Proposal Really Sucks for Restaurants

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The hospitality industry and those who work in it have suffered tremendously over the last nine months, and this meager aid package isn’t going to help

July — so recent, yet so long ago — was truly a different time. During the summer, just a few months after millions of Americans received $1,200 stimulus checks and small businesses were keeping the lights on with Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loans, Congress was already talking about a second stimulus package to ward off impending economic chaos.

It seemed logical, at the time, that Congress would find their way to some deal on a stimulus package that would help at least some people before the 2020 election. That, of course, never happened. When negotiations fell apart, proposals from Republicans and Democrats differed by more than a trillion dollars, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused to pass Read more

Easy Christmas Punch (Cranberry Orange Punch)

Festive looking and yummy tasting, this Easy Christmas Punch will be your go to this holiday season. This is such a fun punch to serve at your next gathering, and it’s for everyone young or old. So need to worry about keeping it away from the littles. Everyone can raise a glass with holiday cheer this season.

A festive drink makes any gathering just a little brighter and that much more special. Try The Best Homemade Root Beer, Sparkling Pomegranate Lemonade or Classic Eggnog for other fun options.

Christmas punch with cranberries and orange slices.

Non-Alcoholic Christmas Punch

I love this punch for so many reasons. It is truly super easy, and the flavor is so cheery and it looks so joyful. It’s the perfect addition to any party, family gathering or just because. The fizziness is the perfect amount to tingle the taste buds and clean the palate. Cranberry juice and orange juice are a … Read more

Shop the Top 30 – 2020

Coffee Review‘s mission is to help consumers identify and purchase superior quality coffees and, in the process, help drive demand and increase prices to reward farmers and roasters who invest time, passion, and capital in producing high quality coffee beans.

Many of our readers seek out highly rated coffees for their own enjoyment or as thoughtful gifts for coffee lovers.  Coffees that appear in Coffee Review’s Top 30 are particularly popular.  They often sell out quickly.

We’re pleased to help facilitate your shopping and gift-giving by providing links to roasters’ websites where Top 30 coffees may be available for purchase. As of the morning of Tuesday, December 1, 2020, the Top 30 coffees below were available for purchase, pre-order, allocation, or notifications at roasters’ websites.

No. 3 | Kakalove Cafe (Taiwan), Ethiopia Natural Guji D Minor Special Lot, 97 points – NT $400/8 oz.

No. 5 | JBC Coffee Read more

COVID crisis might not have provided judges with enough superpowers

A food safety case is on track to be the vehicle for deciding whether federal judges have gained any extra power to stop time during the coronavirus pandemic.

It rises out of the United States versus Paul Kruse, the retired president of Blue Bell Creameries. The government is attempting to prosecute Kruse on conspiracy and fraud charges connected with the deadly 2015 listeriosis outbreak that temporarily shut down the iconic Texas ice cream maker.

In normal times, the government would have had five years to bring those charges and on the surface, it appears that time has expired. Defense attorneys Chris Flood of Houston and John D. Cline of San Franciso contend the clock has run out and they’ve filed a motion to dismiss all the charges.

At issue is a legal debate about whether the statute of limitations was “tolled,” meaning whether time was stopped for a while in … Read more