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Improve Your Coffee

Posted By: ADMIN, 08 February 2017, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Coffee, water, Minerals, Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, tablets, dissolve, Third Wave Water
Have you ever wondered why your coffee tastes different when you are at a friends house? Ever noticed that even though it's the same coffee you have at home, it's just not the same? Well it's most likely down to the water being used. The taste can be affected by a number of things, from recent rainfall to soil type. These things can dramatically change the taste of your cuppa...
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Hamburg Bans Single Use Coffee Capsules

Posted By: ADMIN, 26 February 2016, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Coffee, Coffee Pods, Coffee Capsules, Recycling, Germany, Hamburg, Bean to Cup
Many of use now have coffee machines in our homes or at least had a drink made from one. We have all seen someone with their shiny new coffee machine wanting to show how quickly their machine can make a cappuccino with a frothy topping. We watch as they offer up a selection of different coffees from a box of coffee pods / capsules, the coffee appears as if from nowhere and the capsule is casually tossed in the bin...
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The Perfect Cuppa

Posted By: ADMIN, 15 September 2014, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Brew, Hard Water, Softer Water, water, Limescale, Calcium, Magnesium, Tea, Coffee, Water Softener, Yorkshire Water, Cuppa
The British love a cuppa, many of us believe that tea fixes everything and many turn to our trusty kettles in times of need. It's not just us Brits who love tea, there are even websites dedicated to the subject of tea, yes, really. I drink several cups of tea each day. I prefer good old tea bags with two sugars and milk...
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Severe Drought Battering Brazil

Posted By: ADMIN, 29 May 2014, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Drought, Sao Paulo, Electricity, Blackout, World Cup, Water Shortage, Brazil, Sabesp, Dam, Hydroelectric, Rationing, Coffee, Arabica, Poor, Low Pressure, Cantareira Basin, Rainfall, Football, England
Next month see's Brazil host the world cup with the opening game between Brazil and Croatia, taking place in São Paulo. As the rest of the world is buying flags for their cars and planning World Cup parties, it is reported by some that the locals in Brazil are facing water rationing. It seems so far that the Brazil World Cup has been plagued with problems and bad-feeling...