Coffee brand – Code Puccino http://www.codepuccino.com/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 09:05:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://www.codepuccino.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/cropped-favicon-11-32x32.png Coffee brand – Code Puccino http://www.codepuccino.com/ 32 32 Momus is preparing a couture coffee brand in Paris – WWD http://www.codepuccino.com/momus-is-preparing-a-couture-coffee-brand-in-paris-wwd/ Sun, 29 May 2022 05:03:42 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/momus-is-preparing-a-couture-coffee-brand-in-paris-wwd/

People enjoy Parisian cafes for their history, charm, and ambiance — not necessarily their caffeinated drinks, which are generally unremarkable and often bitter and burnt-tasting.

Which might explain why hipsters endure queues at places like Noir, %Arabica and Ten Belles, among the independent roasters that have sprung up in the French capital in recent years, staffed with young-looking baristas. groovy that pour smoother infusions.

Now upstart French coffee brand Momus looks set to disrupt the scene further with its couture concept. Inside sleek white, color-coded paperback-sized boxes are blends created by one of France’s most decorated roasting specialists, by a rotating cast of creative personalities. – or a blend designed to your individual tastes.

Momus is the brainchild of Lionel Giraud, a fashion industry veteran perhaps best known for his decade-long stint as artistic director of Chaumet. Having also worked in the watch division of Cartier, fashion house Courrèges, shoe chain André and eyewear company Vuarnet, he brings a wealth of expertise in luxury and brand building to wear on a long term look. neglected from the famous French culinary scene.

“Even when you go to a three-star restaurant, you’re likely to find a menu of 30 or more pages for wine, maybe 10 pages for tea, and at the end you have a line: coffee,” he says. “The average level of coffee we have to drink is really poor. It bothers me when you have to pay 20 euros for a coffee and you don’t even know where it comes from.

Lionel Giraud
Courtesy of Momus

“Coffee is not treated as it should be, especially since it is the second beverage in the world after water,” he adds. “Plus, coffee isn’t just a drink, it’s a way of life.”

While Giraud and his friends had long toyed with the idea of ​​opening a café, he seriously turned to the project during the pandemic closures, with the ultimate goal of having a nice box of Momus coffee to replace the Diptyque candles. or a bottle of champagne as a gift. choices to bring when someone invites you to dinner.

While he swapped the diamond tiaras for basic beans, Giraud says he tries to treat the raw material the same way for Momus, wondering: “How can you do something very special, very delicate , very high-end?

His concept for Momus is similar to how Frédéric Malle markets perfume, adopting the language of French publishing houses and inviting notable talent to write their own recipe for the perfect blend. “It’s a collection of coffees for collectors,” says Giraud.

He launched Momus last month with ‘editions’ by chef Stéphane Abby, perfumer Fabrice Pellegrin and fashion curator Olivier Saillard, whose ‘Chapelle des Bois’ blend evokes childhood memories of reading the Sunday newspaper. with his mother around a large steaming pot. Giraud plans to invite a sommelier, novelist, painter and musician for the next editions of the café.

There are also nine blends credited to Daniela Capuano, who in 2019 was named Meilleur Ouvrier de France in roasting, the French word for roasting coffee. The unique and prestigious artisan award, initiated in 1924, only recently added the coffee category.

Cafe Daniela Capuano Momus

Daniela Capuano
Courtesy of Momus

For Momus, Capuano sourced beans from prestigious eco-friendly farms in Brazil, Indonesia, Yemen, Panama, Honduras and beyond, roasting them to accentuate the notes of caramel, lemongrass , peach, jasmine, chocolate, cinnamon, mango and rose.

Sustainability is intrinsic to Giraud’s concept, with all coffee traceable to a specific plot of land on each farm. “Bean to cup,” he calls it, echoing the farm-to-table movement in restaurants.

Certainly, consumers seem to be turning their backs on unnecessary coffee capsules, Giraud says, pointing to a surge in French sales of coffee grinders and coffee makers that use whole beans or ground coffee, the only formats sold by Momus.

While his generation of coffee drinkers have been weaned on espresso, which is often over-roasted to mask flaws in the beans, Giraud says Gen Z and Millennials favor “slow coffee” and long brews that can better elevate the wide palette of subtle flavors and aromas fine grains can offer.

For starters, Momus is sold exclusively on its website, where users can book a free 30-minute video consultation with its in-house barrista, who is stationed in Bordeaux; watch tutorials on how to use the six main coffee-making machines; read all ready mixes; compose a selection of 50 gram samples, such as a perfume, or create a tailor-made blend, with a minimum order of 400 grams at the price of 45 euros.

Momus packages

Coffee packets look like novels.
Courtesy of Momus

“We want to be high-end but customer-focused,” says Giraud. “It’s about education, we’re here to educate new generations… It’s really exciting to try to change something that’s deeply rooted in our culture.

Momus takes its name from the legendary 19th century café near the Louvre where Charles Baudelaire and Gustave Courbet rubbed shoulders with other writers and artists. It is one of the key locations in Giacomo Puccini’s opera “La Bohème”.

Giraud hopes to open a Momus flagship store and café in Paris early next year, and he is developing a pop-up concept that he hopes to install in bookstores and art galleries, in addition to the food aisles of department stores.

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Sustainable coffee brand wins favor with retailers http://www.codepuccino.com/sustainable-coffee-brand-wins-favor-with-retailers/ Thu, 19 May 2022 06:50:27 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/sustainable-coffee-brand-wins-favor-with-retailers/

Extract Coffee is the latest offering from commercial coffee solutions company Capitol Foods. Marketing Manager Michelle McKee interviews To verify on the coffee-to-go concept which offers an ‘all-in-one’ coffee package to businesses in the convenience and service station sectors in Ireland.

Capitol Foods offers commercial coffee solutions to customers across the island of Ireland, from traditional espresso machines for hospitality and catering to commercial bean-to-cup machines, more commonly found in local convenience stores or forecourt.

Capitol Foods coffee brands include Piacetto, Tchibo, Smokin’ Bean, a line of Matthew Algie blends, and Extract Coffee.

“We supply the machine, furniture, coffee and all the necessary accessories – such as lids, cups and sugars – backed by strong branding, leaving retailers to focus on selling to their customers,” explains McKee.

Aware of the increased awareness of environmental issues and climate change – and the call for brands to behave in more sustainable and environmentally responsible ways – McKee says that choosing Fairtrade certified coffee beans for the Extract brand was a no-brainer.

“Sustainability has always been important to us, with at least 90% of the coffees from our roaster, Matthew Algie, carrying one or more certifications,” she says.

“We were also the first roastery in the world to receive the Carbon Neutral Gold Standard, and we continue to work with One Carbon World to measure, reduce and offset our carbon emissions alongside climate adaptation projects with our agricultural partners. .”

Fairtrade cooperatives

The beans extracted come from a number of Fairtrade cooperatives in Indonesia, Brazil, Honduras and Peru. Farmers are guaranteed to receive at least the Fairtrade price for their coffee, which aims to cover their production costs and act as a safety net when market prices fall below a sustainable level.

This minimum price also increases with world market prices. A Fairtrade premium is also paid, with at least 25% of this money used to improve coffee productivity and quality, with the rest used to fund community projects, such as investing in healthcare and education .

“One of the cooperatives we work with is COCAFCAL [Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Limitada], in Honduras,” says McKee. “To date, a number of projects have benefited from the Fairtrade Premium, including investing in a local health centre, caring for members of the cooperative and surrounding communities, and setting up a camp for local football, which offers a free and healthy service. recreation place for young people.

“Funds were also used to develop a virtual library and to fund scholarships for members’ children who wanted to pursue higher education.”

The money was also used to purchase equipment, which will improve quality and productivity while reducing environmental impact. This includes an organic fertilizer processing plant, accessible to members of the cooperative.

“Another one of our cooperatives used part of the Fairtrade premium for the provision of weeding kits to members,” says McKee.

“Weeds can harbor and spread diseases and coffee pests, so these kits help keep coffee farms healthy, without using chemicals.”

Sustainably sourced eco mugs

Recognizing that consumers are also concerned about reducing their waste, Capital Foods has launched an Extract-branded Eco Cup.

“Not only does the Extract Eco Cup offer customers an alternative to single-use cups, it’s made from sustainable bamboo fibers, and for every purchase, Capitol has partnered with GoReusable and the National Forest Foundation to plant a tree,” says McKee. .

Extract single-use cups are from Vegware.

They are made from sustainably sourced paperboard, plant-based polylactic acid (PLA) – even though PLA is plant-based, the cups must be turtle branded as all PLA is included in EU legislation – and vegetable-based or water-based inks.

The cups are approved by Cre, the Composting and Anaerobic Digestion Association of Ireland, and they can be recycled in brown bins throughout the Republic of Ireland.

From Limerick to Donegal

“We hope that after listening to consumers and their desire to make a difference, Extract’s credentials will make it an attractive coffee offering for retailers,” says McKee.

“We had planned to launch Extract at Ireland’s Convenience Retailer Summit before Covid took hold. Unfortunately, as the retail and hospitality landscape changed, with events canceled and postponed, Extract didn’t quite get the fanfare it deserved.

Nonetheless, this offer has been popular with convenience and forecourt retailers from Limerick to Mayo and from Wicklow to Donegal.

Maxol Johnstown Bridge and Texaco Blessington are the latest retailers to adopt the brand, and McKee says they can’t wait to show it off at the rescheduled Convenience Retailer Summit later this year.

“In the meantime, look for Extract when you’re wandering around Ireland and try it for yourself,” she says.

“Sustainability credentials aside, we hope you agree this is a great tasting coffee!”

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Business News | The Highbrooks Cafe: the coffee brand that has become synonymous with quality and innovation http://www.codepuccino.com/business-news-the-highbrooks-cafe-the-coffee-brand-that-has-become-synonymous-with-quality-and-innovation/ Tue, 17 May 2022 08:30:26 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/business-news-the-highbrooks-cafe-the-coffee-brand-that-has-become-synonymous-with-quality-and-innovation/

New Delhi [India], May 17 (ANI/India PR Distribution): In 2018, two young individuals namely Sanket Sharma and Vipul Abhishek came up with an idea to launch a coffee shop that would not only offer premium coffee to its customers but would work also towards producing coffee products that can be purchased by anyone around the world who cares about the quality of the coffee they consume. In just four years, The Highbrooks Cafe has become a leading food and beverage brand in India.

The first Highbrooks Cafe outlet opened in Jabalpur in 2018. The name of the cafe has an interesting history behind it. The meaning of ‘Brooks’ is river. As the famous Narmada River runs through Jabalpur, the founders decided to include the word ‘streams’ in the name of the cafe. The “high”, as one would have guessed, refers to the healthy effect or energy we get when we consume coffee.

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Encouraged by the resounding success of the first outlet, Sanket and Vipul decided to open five more stores over the next two years. At present, there are two outlets of Highbrooks Cafe in Jabalpur. One is located inside Muskan Plaza and the other is at Food Republic. In Delhi, there are three outlets based in locations such as GK-1, SDA Market and Select Citywalk. There is also The Highbrooks Roastery in Sultanpur.

Sharing the reason for The Highbrooks Cafe’s success, co-founder Sanket Sharma says, “The idea behind starting The HighbrooksCafe was to raise the standard of specialty coffee in India. quality. They are far superior to other coffee roasters that mainly mix and match different types of coffee and therefore compromise on the quality front. It also gave rise to the need to roast single-origin coffee in cafes that were looking to amplify the coffee industry. After identifying the parameter, the next challenge for the market was to fix the mining inefficiency. We were finally able to launch an application that meets the needs of the industry and works to solve the problems it faces.

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Highbrooks Coffee is well known for its specialty roast and brew coffee. The brand derives its revenue from two main sources and follows both the B2B or Business-To-Business model and the D2C or Direct-To-Consumer model. While its wide range of hot and cold drinks, as well as food products served in cafes, are very popular, the company has also established itself as a brand that offers high-quality coffee products. One can either buy these products from their stores or from their official website www.highbrooks.in.

Talking about the company’s future plans, co-founder Vipul Abhishek said, “We are planning to open more outlets in the near future. Recently, one of our dream projects came to life under the form of the THC application.It is a man-made intelligence and machine learning application that will help cafe owners and coffee brewers around the world to brew high quality coffee.It is also designed for people who want to perfect the art of brewing a fine cup of coffee.

The THC app uses artificial intelligence to measure the extraction time or the brewing time of an espresso. If your customers have ever complained about the inconsistent quality of the coffee you offer them, the problem lies in the espresso extraction. The app was designed to offer AI-powered solutions to cafe owners to ensure some degree of consistency in the espresso extraction process.

You can download the THC app from the Apple App Store and Android Play Store. After downloading it, you must remember to use the app at least twice a day. Using the app is a very simple process. First, you need to launch the camera on THC APP and register the ground coffee in a portafilter using a scale. After that, tamp it down and insert the portafilter into a group head. Please the measurement scale and activate a particular mode which represents the time in seconds and the weight in grams. Press the button to fire the shot and record the espresso extraction process with the THC app. In doing so, you must ensure that the measuring scale, espresso cup and group head remain visible to the eyes.

Once the extraction process is complete, stop recording on the THC app. The app will now ask you to select the variety of coffee beans. Once the selection process is complete, press ‘submit’. It will take about 2-3 minutes to thoroughly assess the result of the espresso extraction process. Depending on the result, THC APP will provide you with the necessary comments or suggestions. THC APP also has a chat function which helps users to solve their queries.

The app, which has been nothing short of a revolution for the coffee industry, has been tested by several cafes in India that source their roasted coffee from The HighbrooksRoastery. The well-designed app is available on both Apple App Store and Android Play Store. Highbrooks Cafe is not just another success story in the Indian food and beverage industry. He has played an important role in bringing forward several innovative techniques and innovative methods from which the industry has benefited immensely.

This story is provided by India PR Distribution. ANI will not be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/India PR Distribution)

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The coffee brand that has become synonymous with quality and innovation http://www.codepuccino.com/the-coffee-brand-that-has-become-synonymous-with-quality-and-innovation/ Tue, 17 May 2022 08:24:12 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/the-coffee-brand-that-has-become-synonymous-with-quality-and-innovation/



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New Delhi [India], May 17 (ANI/India PR Distribution): In 2018, two young individuals namely Sanket Sharma and Vipul Abhishek came up with an idea to launch a coffee shop that would not only offer premium coffee to its customers but would work also towards producing coffee products that can be purchased by anyone around the world who cares about the quality of the coffee they consume. In just four years, The Highbrooks Cafe has become a leading food and beverage brand in India.
The first Highbrooks Cafe outlet opened in Jabalpur in 2018. The name of the cafe has an interesting history behind it. The meaning of ‘Brooks’ is river. As the famous Narmada River runs through Jabalpur, the founders decided to include the word ‘streams’ in the name of the cafe. The “high”, as one might guess, refers to the good health or energy we get when we consume coffee.
Encouraged by the resounding success of the first outlet, Sanket and Vipul decided to open five more stores over the next two years. At present, there are two outlets of Highbrooks Cafe in Jabalpur. One is located inside Muskan Plaza and the other is at Food Republic. In Delhi, there are three outlets based in locations such as GK-1, SDA Market and Select Citywalk. There is also The Highbrooks Roastery in Sultanpur.
Sharing the reason for The Highbrooks Cafe’s success, co-founder Sanket Sharma says, “The idea behind starting The HighbrooksCafe was to raise the standard of specialty coffee in India. quality. They are far superior to other coffee roasters that mainly mix and match different types of coffee and therefore compromise on the quality front. It also gave rise to the need to roast single-origin coffee in cafes that were looking to amplify the coffee industry. After identifying the parameter, the next challenge for the market was to fix the mining inefficiency. We were finally able to launch an application that meets the needs of the industry and works to solve the problems it faces.
Highbrooks Coffee is well known for its specialty roast and brew coffee. The brand derives its revenue from two main sources and follows both the B2B or Business-To-Business model and the D2C or Direct-To-Consumer model. While its wide range of hot and cold drinks, as well as food products served in cafes, are very popular, the company has also established itself as a brand that offers high-quality coffee products. One can either buy these products from their stores or from their official website www.highbrooks.in.

Talking about the company’s future plans, co-founder Vipul Abhishek said, “We are planning to open more outlets in the near future. Recently, one of our dream projects came to life under the form of the THC application.It is a man-made intelligence and machine learning application that will help cafe owners and coffee brewers around the world to brew high quality coffee.It is also designed for people who want to perfect the art of brewing a fine cup of coffee.
The THC app uses artificial intelligence to measure the extraction time or the brewing time of an espresso. If your customers have ever complained about the inconsistent quality of the coffee you offer them, the problem lies in the espresso extraction. The app was designed to offer AI-powered solutions to coffee shop owners to ensure some degree of consistency in the espresso extraction process.
You can download the THC app from the Apple App Store and Android Play Store. After downloading it, you must remember to use the app at least twice a day. Using the app is a very simple process. First, you need to launch the camera on THC APP and register the ground coffee in a portafilter using a scale. After that, tamp it down and insert the portafilter into a group head. Please the measurement scale and activate a particular mode which represents the time in seconds and the weight in grams. Press the button to fire the shot and record the espresso extraction process with the THC app. In doing so, you must ensure that the measuring scale, espresso cup and group head remain visible to the eyes.
Once the extraction process is complete, stop recording on the THC app. The app will now ask you to select the variety of coffee beans. Once the selection process is complete, press ‘submit’. It will take about 2-3 minutes to thoroughly assess the result of the espresso extraction process. Depending on the result, THC APP will provide you with the necessary comments or suggestions. THC APP also has a chat function which helps users to solve their queries.
The app, which has been nothing short of a revolution for the coffee industry, has been tested by several cafes in India that source their roasted coffee from The HighbrooksRoastery. The well-designed app is available on both Apple App Store and Android Play Store. Highbrooks Cafe is not just another success story in the Indian food and beverage industry. He has played an important role in bringing forward several innovative techniques and innovative methods from which the industry has benefited immensely.
This story is provided by India PR Distribution. ANI shall in no way be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/India PR Distribution)

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South Africans decide which coffee brand is most loyal to them and their pocket http://www.codepuccino.com/south-africans-decide-which-coffee-brand-is-most-loyal-to-them-and-their-pocket/ Wed, 11 May 2022 04:15:00 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/south-africans-decide-which-coffee-brand-is-most-loyal-to-them-and-their-pocket/

What does your favorite cafe offer you that makes you so loyal to them?

South African consumers who love coffee can actually research online which brand offers the best loyalty benefits. Image: LightField Studios

These companies have now seen that by offering incentives to customers, they will come back to buy their coffee.

It’s not just branding or social media presence that attracts customers. Location, price, quality, and other elements should be considered when a customer chooses where to have their morning or evening coffee.

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While it’s not ideal for coffee businesses or “baristas” (as they called it) to gather so much information from their customers, it is an important thing to do as a business owner or manager. ‘business.

While big brands dominate due to their popularity and higher level of status, in smaller towns you will find that smaller coffee organizations fare much better than larger organizations. This is due to the brand loyalty that a customer would show.

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The majority of small coffee businesses have adapted to using apps such as Yo-yo. The brand is small in size but packs a punch as it is quick to register a customer and user friendly.

Coffee companies are now embracing the marketing trend of using more apps to entice consumers to join their brand rather than their competitors.

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Ultimately, many cafes that are part of large franchises focus on customer brand loyalty.

Small cafes offer incentives like getting two for one specials on certain days. It’s hard to choose these days, but I guess that’s why it’s all part of the trip.

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Ex-pro Russ Downing launches his own pop-up cafe brand aimed at bike shops – Business http://www.codepuccino.com/ex-pro-russ-downing-launches-his-own-pop-up-cafe-brand-aimed-at-bike-shops-business/ Wed, 04 May 2022 04:54:13 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/ex-pro-russ-downing-launches-his-own-pop-up-cafe-brand-aimed-at-bike-shops-business/

Retired professional road cyclist Russ Downing has launched his own brand of coffee, aimed at bike shops.

Downing, a former British road racing champion who retired in 2019, has teamed up with tech entrepreneur Tim Hammond to launch Cycle Expresso, a program that encourages bike shops to create their own pop-up in-store cafe .

The new brand comes from Pro Espresso, the distributor of Rocket Espresso machines in the UK, while Downing and Hammond plan to create a network of stores that cyclists can find while riding, using a Cycle Espresso mobile app .

Downing said: “Everyone knows I love a good cup of coffee, and with my cycling background, I’m really excited to be part of this exciting new venture to capitalize on the growth of cycling cafes.”

Hammond, owner of Pro Espresso, added: “As the existing UK distributor of the leading brand, Rocket Espresso, we plan to capitalize on its unique identity within the cycling community by inviting bike shops to have a pop- up Rocket in their store.

“Our mission is to bring more Rocket Espresso machines to cycle shops across the UK.”

Cycle Espresso partner stores will offer a commercial Rocket Espresso machine to serve customers and a demonstration of the Rocket machine for anyone who wants to try a Rocket machine at home.

Downing added: “This is a great opportunity for bike shops as it really puts them on the map to benefit from the cycle cafe boom. It can also bring them new revenue through sales of Rocket Espresso home machines, as it’s a brand we know riders love.

Cycle Espresso will soon be inviting stores to join the network and set up their pop-ups, with participating rides then able to join Downing on a ‘Rocket Ride’ social event, alongside other Cycle Espresso Ambassadors.

The brand will be open to existing cycle stores and cafes as well as new franchised retail stores and mobile outlets, as Cycle Espresso stated there is “significant potential growth in this sector through the advancement of cycling as the sport and pastime of choice for many and the love of better coffee.

Downing is a former Team GB and Team Sky driver during his 20-year racing career, while Hammond has been investing since founding his first internet start-up in 1996, eventually selling it for a profit of $18 million .

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Hammond founded Pro Expresso in 2018 to invest in the specialty coffee market in the UK.

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Modeste from Cologne celebrates his goal against Bielefeld by promoting his own brand of coffee, the DFB opens a disciplinary investigation http://www.codepuccino.com/modeste-from-cologne-celebrates-his-goal-against-bielefeld-by-promoting-his-own-brand-of-coffee-the-dfb-opens-a-disciplinary-investigation/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/modeste-from-cologne-celebrates-his-goal-against-bielefeld-by-promoting-his-own-brand-of-coffee-the-dfb-opens-a-disciplinary-investigation/ The French striker could find himself in trouble after handing out bags of a product he endorses to supporters during a Bundesliga game

Anthony Modeste faces disciplinary action for a bizarre goal celebration after the Cologne striker chose to promote his own brand of coffee by handing out free samples to supporters during a Bundesliga clash with Arminia Bielefeld.

The 34-year-old leader has been on form again this season, with a goal found 20 times in all competitions.

He’s had plenty of practice when it comes to toasting an effort that finds the back of the net, but he went too far on his last outing and could find himself in hot water with the German Football Association (DFB).

Why did Modeste distribute coffee samples after scoring a goal?

The French striker gave Cologne a 2-1 lead in the 43rd minute of their game against Arminia and staged a carefully choreographed celebration.

He pulled out a bag from his own cafe and presented it to fans, cameramen and photographers.

Modeste then tossed the bag into the crowd, before handing out more samples to supporters at the final whistle.

In an effort to explain his actions, an experienced performer said: “It was a little thank you to the people, they always supported me. Because I can’t give away my jersey, I gave away my coffee.

Cologne manager Steffen Baumgart admitted to reporters afterwards that he expected Modeste to be punished, recounting a remarkable incident: “It’s always complicated in football. You don’t have to get too excited. Otherwise, you’ll get kicked in the face, that’s what I experienced.

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What is the name of Modeste’s coffee brand?

The Frenchman’s coffee brand is simply called Anthony Modeste Kaffee and is made using ingredients sourced from Brazil and India.

A product description reads: “The best varieties of raw coffee from around the world are selected by our coffee experts and gently roasted in small batches.

“We refine fresh coffee every day using the traditional drum roasting process. This long-lasting roasting makes our coffee particularly aromatic and digestible.

“This allows the coffee to develop its unmistakable taste and aroma.”

Will Modeste face disciplinary sanctions?

The DFB have yet to decide whether Modeste will face disciplinary action for her coffee-themed celebration, but they are opening an investigation.

Anton Nachreiner, chairman of the DFB control committee, told the organization official site: “We will investigate the process.”

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Mötley Crüe now has its own brand of coffee http://www.codepuccino.com/motley-crue-now-has-its-own-brand-of-coffee/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 06:41:51 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/motley-crue-now-has-its-own-brand-of-coffee/

MOTLEY CRUE teamed up with Brewtality Coffee Co. to help you start your mornings with a blend of high caffeine, high octane dark roast and espresso blend French roast.

Rekindle my heart is a dark roast coffee with a bold, smooth and never bitter taste you’ll instantly want to rock.

French Roast Espresso Blend will thrill your taste buds with notes of dark chocolate, brown sugar and caramel.

A short promotional video for MOTLEY CRUEthe new line of coffees from, featuring the band’s drummer Tom Leeseen below.

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In a classic 2000 episode of “MTV Cribs”, Lee revealed that he installed his own professional Starbucks cappuccino machine at home. Two years ago, he confirmed to the “Paltrocast with Darren Paltrowitz” podcast that he still owned the machine. “Of course he’s still there,” he said. “Yes, Starbucks is actually right next to the studio door. It’s just outside [my home] studio.

“I lived in Malibu at the top of Mulholland, and coming down to Starbucks was literally a 20 minute hike to Starbucks and 20 minutes back,” he explained. “It’s like a 40-minute run for a goddamn coffee. I think I was complaining one day because I was sick of doing this and I was complaining to my accountant and I was like, ‘I’d just kill if there was a Starbucks it was closer, or I had one at home. I was just bullshitting, really, and he said, “I represent a lot of Starbucks chains, let me make a few phone calls and see if I can reach the people who install the machines. He made a few calls, and boom, they came and set up the machines and the grinders and the pump flavors, you name it. The whole deal – they brought me the green Starbucks apron… It’s a legit Starbucks here. It’s crazy.”


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Veteran’s coffee brand launches new range http://www.codepuccino.com/veterans-coffee-brand-launches-new-range/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/veterans-coffee-brand-launches-new-range/

Australian veteran-owned coffee start-up Twentyfive Four has unveiled a new range of ‘Gunfire’ coffees to coincide with Anzac Day.

Cold pressed ready-to-drink coffee is made from single-origin coffee beans from Colombia that are aged in rum and whiskey barrels. It contains no added sugar and is free of preservatives.

The term “Gunfire” comes from an Anzac tradition of drinking tea or coffee washed down with rum, often enjoyed by troops before entering battle. It is also eaten as a toast to lost comrades before dawn on April 25.

“As a brand, we wanted to not only brew delicious, high-quality coffee products, but also operate in a way that would inspire conversation about the role of our veterans and the challenges they face upon returning home. to life after service,” Kyle said. Arnold, former Australian Navy clearance diver and founder of Twentyfive Four.

“With 13 of the founding team’s veterans, we had a vision to honor the significance of Anzac’s past, present and future, creating a product that both modernizes the coffee drinking experience while honoring our veterans and the important role coffee has played in the history of our armed forces,” he said.

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The Gunfire product line includes a Gunfire ‘Traditional’ 12-pack of cold pressed coffees ($59.95) with refreshing floral notes and a hint of white rum with traces of vanilla and honey.

The Gunfire ‘Reviver’ 12-Pack Cold Pressed Coffee ($59.95) contains traces of caramel, tangerine, molasses and a hint of whiskey.

The Gunfire Traditional Single Origin Coffee Bean 200g ($23.95) features notes of chocolates and raisins with an aroma of rum. It can be enjoyed in espresso, long black coffee or filter coffee.

Gunfire Traditional Single Origin Coffee Bean 200g ($23.95) promotes a balance of honey and fortified wine along with a rich whiskey aroma. It is best enjoyed as a long black or an espresso.

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The coffee brand that wants to “biohack” your body http://www.codepuccino.com/the-coffee-brand-that-wants-to-biohack-your-body/ Thu, 31 Mar 2022 16:01:00 +0000 http://www.codepuccino.com/the-coffee-brand-that-wants-to-biohack-your-body/

In 2020, the National Coffee Association reported that coffee drinkers in the United States consumed an average of 3 servings per day. Over the years, various studies have touted the benefits and harms of drinking coffee. While The New York Times looked at a Harvard study on the benefits of coffee drinking, one question hasn’t necessarily been addressed. Can a type of coffee have an additional impact on a person’s health? Danger Coffee claims that it can help improve a drinker’s mental and physical well-being.

“These beans deliver the good stuff (antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, micronutrients, and optimal fasting support) without bogging you down with the bad stuff you’ll find in regular coffee,” founder Dave Asprey said in a statement. Press release. The idea of ​​a “biohack” coffee option may appeal to people looking to optimize their body’s performance. While everyone should be able to agree that products claimed to be good for you are a positive choice, micronutrient infusion might be less well known to many people. Brand founder Dave Asprey has a strong case for ensuring coffee beans are free of unwanted additives, some people may not fully understand how and what the added micronutrients can do to their bodies.

For now, maybe people will want to brew a cup of Danger Coffee and experience the impact of biohacking for themselves. Although the brand claims it can make you feel dangerously good, some people may want to tread carefully in the cafe area.

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