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New article by new contributor +Amit Ahuja 
India has long been a grower of coffee beans – in fact it is the sixth largest coffee producer in the world. But in most of the country, the vast majority of Indians prefer to start their day with tea, and traditionally, if you order coffee in a restaurant you’re more likely to be served …
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Cincinnati, Ohio is a city proud of its chili heritage. As per the local tradition, Cincinnati chili is uniquely spiced with cinnamon and chocolate, served on pasta and covered with pillowy cheddar cheese, onions, and beans. It is a favorite delicious indulgence for Cincinnatians. We created an improvement over the original by adding ground coffee. …
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Previous: Inanimate Objects #55 Inanimate Objects by Todd Zapoli is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Feel free to add this comic to your website, provided you attribute by linking back to INeedCoffee. More from I Need CoffeeInanimate Objects Comics #55Inanimate Objects Comics #47Inanimate Objects Comics #48Inanimate Objects Comics #38
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Around May of 2014, INeedCoffee removed the Google Ads from this site. We decided that the low quality advertisers were distracting our readers from the core message of this site, which is teaching readers how to make excellent coffee at home. Since then our primary source of funding comes from our partnership with Amazon. When you …
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Previous: Inanimate Objects #54 Inanimate Objects by Todd Zapoli is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Feel free to add this comic to your website, provided you attribute by linking back to INeedCoffee. More from I Need CoffeeInanimate Objects Comics #47Inanimate Objects Comics #48Inanimate Objects Comics #38Inanimate Objects Comics #53
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Between panoramic fjords, the world’s greatest saunas and wild, cold-water salmon, the Nordic region of Europe should definitely be a place that you visit at some point in your life. Barring an actual trip, though, you can still get a taste of the locale by making and drinking the Swede’s unique take on java; egg …
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Previous: Inanimate Objects #56 Inanimate Objects by Todd Zapoli is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Feel free to add this comic to your website, provided you attribute by linking back to INeedCoffee. More from I Need CoffeeInanimate Objects Comics #55Inanimate Objects Comics #56Inanimate Objects Comics #51Inanimate Objects Comics #39
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Take the tea journey.
I never had much respect for tea. I enjoyed the beverage, but it didn’t hold my interest like coffee. That all changed in September 2007. I went to a tea shop in Seattle and tried several teas. Not the boring Earl Grey or the herbal crap, but real high quality loose leaf tea. I got to …
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In your love affair with coffee, have you ever struggled with a pesky caffeine crash midafternoon? For most of us, this midafternoon slump is the perfect time to reach for yet another cup of Joe to keep energy levels high so that we can make it through the rest of the workday. Although coffee has …
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The 21st century has arrived, and now you can take espresso to work, camping, travel, or anywhere on the go. These hand-powered portable espresso makers promise a very small footprint without the need for electricity or cartridges, all at a very reasonable price. Just add hot water and some finely ground coffee, and you are …
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Brand new article comparing 3 hand coffee grinders. 
A manual coffee grinder (aka coffee mill or hand grinder) has a few advantages over their electric-powered brethren: lower cost, portability, and in some cases, even consistency. They can be great for those on a budget, travelers, campers, or even those looking to lower their electricity bill a few watts at a time. We will be taking a …
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I don’t know about you but sometimes I feel myself getting into a coffee rut. I mean, you can only order so many half-caff, low-fat, no whipped cream macchiatos before you start to feel like you are missing out on things the greatest drink in the world can offer. Well, no more. It turns out that …
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