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Equator Coffee: Making History, One Cup at at Time

FOOD/DRINK | By Heather Cassell | Apr 18
The lesbian-owned Northern California-based craft coffee and roastery have become the first-ever LGBT business in the nation to be awarded "Small Business of the Year" by California.

Coffee Culture: Crowning the Queens of the Beans

FOOD/DRINK | By Jill Gleeson | Dec 9
Looking for a new bean to wake up your morning coffee ritual? Check out the newly launched Rainbow Brew.

Artsy Coffee Chain Blue Bottle Brews Long Lines in Tokyo

Japan, famous for green tea, is welcoming artisanal American coffee roaster Blue Bottle with long lines that have at times meant a four-hour wait for a cup.

Coffee Talk: The Latest Trends for the Ultimate Brew

FOOD/DRINK | By Laura Grimmer | Apr 15
EDGE food writer Laura Grimmer travels across the pond and back in search of the perfect cup of joe. She discovers that what is old is new again, and it doesn’t take a lot of complicated technology for a well-brewed cup of coffee.

Bubble and Squeak: England’s Comeback Cuisine Makes Its Mark

FOOD/DRINK | By Laura Grimmer | Apr 4
While previously we Americans might have been jealous of the British for their dry sense of humor and their gin, we were always confident in one thing: Our food was better. No more. The British culinary scene is not on its way -- it has arrived.

UC Davis Establishes Coffee Study Center

SCIENCE | Mar 10
University of California students who drink coffee to get through the day will soon be able to study the science behind the beverage. Next week the University of California, Davis will host a research conference run by its recently founded Coffee Center.

100 Years of Coffee with Dallis Bros.

You might think that the modern coffee craze began in 1971 with the opening of the first Starbucks in Seattle, Wash. Scroll back the clock a bit further and you will discover the real forerunner of our caffeine-crazed coffee culture: Dallis Bros. Coffee.

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