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Ravneet Gill’s recipe for chocolate and vanilla marble cake with coffee icing

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This is a special type of marble cake, one that will stay moist and keep well. It’s also one of those teatime cakes that will turn into your new favourite. It seems to please all generations in my family, from my gran...

From premium gin to coffee syrups: how British drinks brands are thriving overseas

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The UK’s pub culture and its traditions of brewing and distilling, from London gin to Scotch whisky, have long made drinks a significant international export, and it’s an industry in which entrepreneurs can still thri...

Coffee bad, red wine good? Top food myths busted

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Modern nutritional science is only a hundred years old, so it’s no surprise that we’re constantly bamboozled by new and competing information about what to put into our bodies – or that we sometimes cling to reassurin...

The Coffee Stirrer: New York’s super-thin skyscraper is ready for residents – just don’t mention the swaying

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Name: The Coffee Stirrer. Age: Startlingly new. Height: 435 metres (1,428 ft). Now hang on a minute, that won’t fit in my mug. I see what’s happened here. You saw the phrase “the Coffee Stirrer” and thought of a teasp...

‘I’d rather die here’: coffee, flowers and defiance on the streets of Kyiv

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Few countries can be quite as dedicated to a good, or at least a frequent, cup of coffee as Ukraine. Even war, with nightly bombing raids and Russian troops committing atrocities just a few dozen kilometres away, hasn...

Regions growing coffee, cashews and avocados at risk amid global heating

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Some regions that produce coffee, cashews and avocados may not be able to support the growing of these crops within decades as a result of global heating, a study has found. Researchers combined climate change project...

Italy seeks Unesco heritage status for espresso coffee

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Italy is to apply for Unesco status for espresso coffee, claiming it is “much more than a simple drink”. It follows the art of the Neapolitan pizza-maker being added to the UN agency’s list of the world’s intangible h...

Answers: the Grounded coffee crossword

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Here’s every answer to the berry intelligent coffee crossword. Get some closure on your unfinished attempt, or cheat your way through every clue - there’s no judgement here, either way. 1 Robusta 5 Ecuador 9 Corto 10...

How to use coffee waste in the garden – and what to watch out for

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Chances are there’s at least one coffee drinker in your household. In ours it’s my husband and, as I’m an organic grower and gardener, I’m regularly eyeing up his spent coffee grounds. No matter how small your space, ...

Quiz: how much do you really know about coffee?

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Discover what’s next for Nespresso’s journey to carbon-neutral coffee here

Priceless Roman mosaic spent 50 years as a coffee table in New York apartment

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A priceless Roman mosaic that once decorated a ship used by the emperor Caligula was used for almost 50 years as a coffee table in an apartment in New York City. Dario Del Bufalo, an Italian expert on ancient stone a...

Good or bad? Top cardiologist gives verdict on chocolate, coffee and wine

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Dark chocolate is a “joy” when it comes to keeping your heart healthy, coffee is likely protective, but wine is at best “neutral”, according to one of the world’s leading cardiologists. As editor of the European Heart...

M&S to provide sandwiches and hot food for Costa Coffee

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Marks & Spencer is to provide sandwiches and hot food to more than 2,500 Costa Coffee outlets as the retailer seeks new ways to reach commuters now working from home. M&S said it would be providing more than 3...

Tea and coffee may be linked to lower risk of stroke and dementia – study

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Drinking coffee or tea may be linked with a lower risk of stroke and dementia, according to the largest study of its kind. Strokes cause 10% of deaths globally, while dementia is one of the world’s biggest health chal...

Eco-friendly, lab-grown coffee is on the way, but it comes with a catch

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Heiko Rischer isn’t quite sure how to describe the taste of lab-grown coffee. This summer he sampled one of the first batches in the world produced from cell cultures rather than coffee beans. “To describe it is diffi...

‘My nook would evoke calm’: interior design tips for creating the perfect coffee corner

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Where do you go in the morning to cradle a coffee and escape the sounds clawing at your head, pulling you all too fast into your day? What scene distracts decision-fatigued brains, soothing and recharging them. Where ...

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