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Two Fieri Flavortown mash-ups

  • 01 Jun 2017

Only larger-than-life, off-the-hook, celebrity chef Guy Fieri could have brewed up the names "Bananas Foster" (in this week's coffee-spiked banana bread recipe) and "Redwood Roast" (in our easy-to-brew Valencia-meets-Flavortown Café del Tiempo coffee recipe) for two of his Flavortown Roasts…

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black is the new BLUE

  • 29 Oct 2016

This 100% Italian-made brewer is a pleasure to use and makes expert espressos with any Lavazza BLUE capsules (and Americanos and lungos with some) — the Lavazza BLUE Compact 910 single-cup espresso maker from Bermuda's favourite coffee company." November 23…

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Wolfgang Puck At Coco.bm,

The Puck Stops Here

  • 12 Sep 2016

If you live by a great cup of coffee, as I do, you'll love my personal blends, grown naturally and harvested from small estates around the world. Take a moment... sip, savour, enjoy! — Wolfgang Puck Wolfgang Puck true or…

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Buongiorno Bermuda

  • 17 Aug 2016

We thought we'd start this edition of Brew News, our third week featuring Italy and our Italian selections, with one minute and one second of passion with Francesca Lavazza, great granddaughter of Luigi Lavazza, founder of the company that bears his…

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Johan from Gevalia Kaffe: hot or not?

  • 13 Jun 2016

Back in 1853, when visionary Victor Theodor of Sweden's ever-entrepreneurial Engwall family started roasting coffee in Gävle, the capital of Gävleborg County, they didn't have keyboards with that creepy, eyebrowed-version of the letter ä on them (it's äctually cälled umläut…

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Unboring fast food

  • 29 May 2016

The nice people in the Modern Oats marketing department claim to have one simple goal: "To change the perception of old-fashioned oatmeal to un-boring." Editor's Note: Given that old-fashioned oatmeal actually IS really and truly totally boring we figured these guys might just be ex-silicon-valley venture capitalists gone all-Birkenstock and bird…

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Canucks Invade Bermuda

  • 15 Apr 2016

If you've ever been to Canada you know we're not exaggerating when we say that the entire country smells like Tim Hortons coffee (except maybe the parts that smell like polar bears.) There's something magical about their 100% Arabica beans that…

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