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WATCHING HIPPOS

  • November 6, 2016

IV WATCHING HIPPOS I like the rhythm of hippos the wide ripples they make in the water that spread like a run of smooth honey right into the reeds they know I won't hunt them they blow near my boat…

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Pairings 2.0: Yirgacheffe and Ethiopia

  • October 26, 2016

Back in July we featured the first in our Pairings series in a post that also talked about our Modern Oats line of good-for-you "fast food." Even if you're not an oats fan, the photos show warm, caring couples we…

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Ethiopian Spiced Tea

  • October 17, 2016

When we published Brew News last week, Tropical Storm Nicole, soon to be "one of the strongest storms on record to hit Bermuda" had just turned her eye toward the island. Our story this week is about Ethiopian Spiced Tea —…

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An Ethiopian Calling

  • October 11, 2016

"AMBESSA is Ethiopian (or Amharic) for ‘lion’, representing strength, pride and independence to the people of Ethiopia, it also represents my voyages around the world and the life journey we all take everyday. — Chef Marcus Samuelsson Our original, "An…

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4 Ways to get an Austrian Coffee in Bermuda

  • September 24, 2016

Get an Austrian coffee in Bermy … way #1 … drop by 10 Harvey Road. Degree of Difficulty: Risk of Cost: Chance of Sleep: Chance of Pokemon: Herwig, our new chief yodeller is Austrian and if you drop by the…

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Four Mountains and a Volcano

  • September 19, 2016

[hr] [hr] [hr] [hr] Origin, other sources and thanks for this Brew News edition, "Four Mountains and a Volcano": Austria's Grossglockner courtesy Manuel Bierbauer at Flickr Jamaica's Blue Mountains from the northern suburbs of Kingston courtesy James Willamor at Flickr…

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The Puck Stops Here

  • September 12, 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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Sachertorte – Austria’s national chocolate cake

  • September 7, 2016

Possibly the best chocolate cake in the world! Apricot jam, three kinds of chocolate and centuries of European money — a great recipe for any story The trail of this heavenly, whipped cream-crowned creation meanders all the way back to…

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Italy’s Famous Five Missing Letters

  • August 24, 2016

unFamous Italian Fact Numero Uno From the view above, atop 900-year old Prendiparte Tower in Bologna (yep, the birthplace of Bolognese) you can see that Pisa does not have the only leaning tower in the country. Bologna's two leaning towers, Asinelli and Garisenda, are…

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