Coffee news from the web n. 177

South China Morning Post – 3 November 2013
Yunnan, Chinese province famous for tea, now looks to coffee
With a tea-drinking tradition, China’s coffee consumption remains low, … More youth are willing to pay for a cup of coffee at cafes, says Zhao Lu, […]

Natchez Democrat – 3 November 2013
Steampunk Coffee Roasters owner happy to be back in area
His interest in coffee came from working in Italy and admiring the precision and … “We went to barista school, did all the research and started […]

El Diario Ecuador – 3 November 2013
Designan a nueva Reina del Café
Hilda Moreira Loor fue designada por la Corporación Municipal como la nueva Reina del Café por el período 2013-2014. Hilda fue designada […]

Diario Pagina Siete – 3 November 2013
Abren el primer café para gatos en Madrid
Madrid adquiere la moda de los neko café japoneses y desde ahora se podrá disfrutar de la denominada “terapia del ronroneo” en un lugar en […]

Terra Colombia – 2 November 2013
Café Tortoni, uno de los más tradicionales de Buenos Aires
Si de cafés se trata, el Tortoni es uno de los más tradicionales de Buenos Aires. Pionero en este tipo de establecimientos, fue inaugurado en […]

Washington Post (blog) – 1 November 2013
First look: Zeke’s Coffee opens Northeast roasting shop and ‘lab …
District coffee roasters Vigilante Coffee and Qualia will soon be in good company: Baltimore’s Zeke’s Coffee is set to open this weekend at 2300 […]

Bloomberg – 1 November 2013
Cocoa Falls in London on Signs of Ample Supplies; Coffee Drops
Robusta coffee for January delivery fell 1.2 percent to $1,465 a ton in London. In New York, arabica coffee for December delivery dropped 0.5 […]

Network World – 1 NOvember 2013
It’s like a coffee maker, but for beer
It’s like a coffee maker, but for beer. A former Microsoft engineer has invented a machine that dumbs-down the beer brewing process. By Open […]

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