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As roasters, when we talk about our coffees, we tend to consider factors such as the careful sourcing, meticulous roasting and regimented brewing that result in the best flavors. Yet…

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New research has found that coffee consumption may be a positive contributing factor to bone mineral density, a signifier of bone health. The Cleveland Clinic has put its marketing heft…

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Methylene chloride, a substance routinely used in chemical-based coffee decaffeination processes, is receiving renewed attention after the United States Environmental Protection Agency for the first time banned it in specific…

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Methylene chloride, a substance routinely used in chemical-based coffee decaffeination processes is receiving renewed attention after the United States Environmental Protection Agency for the first time banned it in specific…

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Researchers from the University of Nottingham in the UK recently published a study in the journal Scientific Reports suggesting caffeine increases brown fat. This caught people’s attention because brown fat activity burns…

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While new research suggests that coffee drinkers should cut themselves off at six cups per day to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, a separate meta analysis has suggested that…

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Black coffee

A group of scientists have discovered that people who are genetically wired to better perceive the bitter taste of caffeine are more likely to drink coffee, despite bitterness having evolved…

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coffee and caffeine

Research published today suggests that people with chronic kidney disease who drink coffee are, on the whole, likely to outlive non coffee drinkers. Published in the journal Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation by researchers…

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Despite the fact that coffee comes equipped with a natural insecticide (caffeine), it is still susceptible to sporadic insect infestation. Royal Coffee experienced a pest-related incident that affected thousands of…

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coffee roast level

Early this year, researchers from Stanford led a piece published in Nature Medicine suggesting they’d begun to unlock some answers as to why numerous other reports suggest that increased coffee consumption…

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