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This year, many of us spent a lot more time in our kitchens than we could have imagined turning out multiple meals a day and sometimes getting bored with our own rinse-and-repeat repertoires. We were also cut off from our usual communities and seeking connections.
Ladder Coffee Roasters is continuing to expand in Spokane with the recent acquisition of Vessel Coffee Roasters on North Monroe Street.
Fall is coffee season. Well, coffee season is year-round, but fall inspires us to crave those comforting seasonal flavors like apple, cinnamon, caramel and – the champion of autumn – pumpkin. But this ride through the pumpkin patch is avoiding the PSL (sorry, Starbucks) and following a new trend: Dalgona coffee.
A few weeks ago – maybe a month? What’s time anymore? – an idea started bubbling among restaurant owners. What can we do to ensure Spokane rebounds from the pandemic with a thriving small business community?
Drinking one to four or more cups of coffee a day might help people with advanced colorectal cancer live longer and slow the progression of their disease. The finding, from a study by the Boston-based Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, was based on about five years of data from 1,171 people.
A Post Falls-based company is aiming to change the single-serve coffee market through FreshPod, a product similar to a K-Cup pod that is delivered to customers in 48 hours of the coffee's roasting to ensure peak freshness.
Customers buying coffee at Starbucks stores across the U.S. now will be able to use a code on the bags to find out where their beans originated, where they were roasted and even get brewing tips from baristas, said Michelle Burns, the company’s senior vice president of global coffee, tea and cocoa. A reverse code will be given to farmers so that they can finally track their produce.
CANTON, Mass. — As if 2020 wasn’t weird enough, Dunkin’ is getting into the cereal game.
My husband’s cholesterol was going in the wrong direction. It was in the 180s to 190s for years, with his doctor making noises about statins. My husband and I both have family members who experienced a detrimental drop in brain function clearly linked to statins.
As the community and nation struggle with deadly encounters with police, protests and the politics of division, two Spokane coffee business owners learned this week how controversial social media posts can hurt or boost their clientele.
My hands are shaking as I prepare a second batch of dalgona coffee, the quarantine-chic drink and the latest piece of evidence that we have no idea what to do with ourselves during a pandemic.
Dutch Bros Coffee will be donating all of its earnings, company-wide, for the month of April to medical workers.
The Kennewick-based coffee chain filed plans to demolish the existing Natural High Coffee Co. and build a 474-square-foot Roasters Coffee with a drive-thru at 13325 E. Sprague Ave., according to a preliminary application filed with the city.
The proclamation issued late Sunday night mandated the closure of all restaurants, bars, entertainment and recreational facilities as of 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.
Starbucks says it’s moving to a to-go model for all its stores in the U.S. and Canada for at least two weeks over concern about the new coronavirus.
Big alcohol brands are following, not leading. And where they are headed is alternative drink categories, many of them “hard” versions of nonalcoholic beverages. Hard seltzer surpassed $500 million in sales in 2019, according to media and consumer research firm Nielsen, growing more than 200% in 2019. It took a bite out of light beer sales and contributed to a decline in the volume of wine purchases in the United States, the first drop since 1994. For the Super Bowl, Bud Light debuted Bud Light Seltzer commercials, a 5% alcohol beverage offered in four fruity flavors. California wine giant Barefoot has made the biggest investment in its 55-year history to launch four white wine-based seltzers in the first quarter of this year.
The bikini-clad baristas have left the building, but commuters can still pick up their caffeine fix at the drive-thru that recently changed owners and names from Whip It A-Latte to the new TacoVado on North Ash Street in Spokane.
When the WiFi is weak, we head to the coffee house to take care of business.
I regret to inform you that we are into January, the month infamous for giving all of humanity a giant, collective guilt trip. If December is a starry-eyed, happy-go-lucky elf, then January is a merciless boot camp instructor berating the human race for having pants that fit too tight.
People often argue over contamination of coffee cup lids when a barista touches them. As I see it, germs are everywhere, and your best defense is a healthy immune system. That would mean many people would need to live a healthier lifestyle. Why not promote that instead of germaphobia?