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The 1st June is World Milk Day!

World Milk Day was launched by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in 2001 to raise awareness about the role dairy plays in nutrition and supporting people’s livelihoods worldwide.

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Could your used coffee grounds replace palm oil?

60% of waste in cafes is used coffee grounds. While some keen gardeners have already found a use for these grounds in their compost bins, two entrepreneurs from Scotland believe they may have found an even better solution.

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What Is Nitro Cold Brew Coffee and How to Make it?

What Is Nitro Cold Brew Coffee and How to Make it?

By Dorian Bodnariuc @coffeeblogger1

Although it has been around for about a decade, Nitro Cold Brew Coffee is becoming a trendsetter in the industry. It is very different to the standard cup of coffee you enjoy in the morning or at your favourite coffee shop. To find out what really makes this a special cup of coffee, let us give you the full rundown on what it is and what to expect when you taste it for the first time.

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The Rise of the Coffee Shop Experience

How often do you visit a coffee shop? Once a week, once a day? How often do you visit coffee shops that aren’t one of the larger coffee chains?

According to recent surveys, almost 50% of the population purchase at least 1 cup of coffee every single day, and with 636 million visits to coffee shops back in 2015, it’s a figure that’s predicted to steadily rise each year.

In recent years, the coffee shop scene has drastically changed from one dominated by the big coffee brands like Costa, Starbucks and Café Nero to high-streets that are now saturated with independent coffee shops offering a much more personal, individual experience.

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Add Extra Sparkle to Your Day with a Glitter Cappuccino


We love keeping you up-to-date with the latest, crazy coffee trends! Earlier this year, it was the invention of the Avolatte, and now, we present to you, the glitter cappuccino created by the Coffee By Di Bella chain in India.

This sparkly coffee trend has been adopted by various coffee chains and shops all across the world and is taking the internet by storm. Barista’s everywhere are experimenting with various colours and coffee designs using glitter to dazzle you with their latte art.

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It’s World Vegan Month!

November is World Vegan Month, the time we come together to celebrate how far the vegan movement has come since it first began back in 1944. If you’re still not sure of the difference between vegetarianism and veganism, let’s break it down:

  • Vegetarians don’t eat meat.
  • Vegans don’t eat or use any animal products.

If you missed World Vegan Day on November 1st, there’s still plenty you can do to get involved during the rest of the month.

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National Cappuccino Day is Coming!

Calling all coffee lovers! National Cappuccino Day is almost here. On November 8th, each year, coffee lovers gather to celebrate the staple cup of joe that everyone loves – the cappuccino.

It’s the perfect creamy beverage to enjoy on a chilly November morning – and throughout the rest of the day!

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What is a Turmeric Latte and Why is it So Popular?

A turmeric latte, also known as the ‘golden milk’ is the latest trend to hit the coffee-sphere! However, despite the name, it originally wasn’t even coffee.

A turmeric latte is a unique blend of turmeric juice and nut milk; be it almond, coconut or cashew, making it a popular, healthier coffee alternative, with the name ‘golden milk’ coming from its distinctive golden colour.

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What Is Nitro Coffee?

Nitro coffee has been on the scene for a while now and growing in popularity, especially during warmer months. But, for those of you who haven’t come across this new coffee creation yet and want to know more, we’ve put together this quick guide to nitro coffee.

As you can guess from the name, Nitro coffee is iced coffee that’s been infused with nitrogen.

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The Rising Trend of Loose Leaf Tea

Loose-leaf tea may seem a little out of the ordinary if you’re used to making your favourite cuppa with a teabag, but the popularity of loose-leaf tea is on the rise.

Here’s why:

Did you know that the tea leaves most commonly used in teabags are usually dust and fannings from broken tea leaves?

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