Cape Town’s much renowned and favourite coffee chain, Truth, has a headquarters that’s really worth shouting about. Imagine a ”steampunk” inspired coffee shop in Cape Town, South Africa. Yes, you heard that right. It’s a reality and a pretty fabulous one at that thanks to an incredible design by Haldane Martin. Truth and its aesthetic have created as big a buzz as the coffee it serves, brought to life by connoisseur David Donde.
In the hundred thousand years human beings have been on this planet, we’ve managed to create alcohol from pretty much everything possible. And now in the 21st century, scientists have finally figured out how to make alcohol from coffee. I think this is a fine substitute for flying cars.
Coffee has its drawbacks, but it’s also got quite a few benefits. One recently discovered benefit is that apparently people who drink a moderate amount of coffee each day can reduce their risk of depression and suicide by 50%.
In the over-saturated coffee market of the pacific northwest, some buxom baristas have found a way to get a leg up on competition by dressing in bikinis and handing out handjobs for tips. These small (often drive-through) dens of caffeine and sin sport such colorful names as: Java Jugs, Twin Peaks Espresso, Moo-Licious, Lace’n’Lattes and (I wish I was making this up) Brewlesque Espresso.
Japanese brewery, Sankt Gallen, has crafted a beer using coffee beans that have passed through an elephant.
Need something to keep you up all night? Death Wish coffee has 200% more caffeine than your average store brand
If you like your coffee strong, like fucking a monster truck while jacked up on a mountain of cocaine strong, Death Wish supposedly has 200% more caffeine than your average cup of joe.
I don’t know where you Californians get your coffee and donuts, but in 2015, it should be Dunkin. The nationwide donut chain announced today that they’re finally bringing their magical blend of sugary, caffeinated goodness to the west coast. So congrats to you, I guess, California.
It used to be that kopi luwak, coffee processed through the bowels of civets, was the top end of high priced and rare coffee. But now, at $50 a cup, Black Ivory coffee is the new hotness. And instead of going through the bowls of a cat, it goes through the bowels of a Thai elephant. Mmm.