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Coffee by Gillespie LLC
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Micro-roasted coffee on-demand and delivered whole-bean fresh.
Micro-roasted coffee on-demand and delivered whole-bean fresh.

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Grind size is a powerful tool that can affect your coffee’s flavor in complex ways. Mastering this topic can be difficult. But fortunately, once you understand it, using this knowledge is simple.

How Grind Size Can Help You Brew Better-Tasting Coffee https://cbgb.link/2LVhI40
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The 26-yr study of more than 14k Americans couldn't prove cause and effect. However, participants who drank 3+ cups a day were 21% less likely to find themselves hospitalized with liver-related illnesses.

Coffee may decrease risk for liver conditions
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Experts believe the stimulant affects the decision-making part of the brain, making people less risk-averse.

They claim many gamblers make the mistake of avoiding booze — instead getting “amped” on coffee or energy drinks to stay sharp.

But those exposed to the most caffeine were five per cent more likely to make a poor wager, tests by Cambridge and Chicago universities found.

Drinking coffee makes gamblers more likely to make bad bets, research claim
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Chemistry the secret to the perfect cup of coffee? | CTV Vancouver News
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Too Much Coffee? Starbucks Shops Outnumber McDonald’s
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Do Coffee Drinkers Really Fall into 3 Groups?
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Coffee isn’t just coffee. Like music, coffee is composed of a string of notes. These notes tell a story with their various flavors. Each variety of coffee has a particular tone, a particular key in which it was developed.

Origins: The Key of Coffee
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Elephants Help Make the World's Most Expensive Coffee
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After mopping up spilled coffee, Dutch leader Mark Rutte becomes a symbol of etiquette
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Broccoli coffee is now a thing, because some people just really hate eating veggies
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