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Rachel Smail saying goodbye from Ducale Coffee

Rachel Smail saying goodbye from Ducale Coffee

— 2 weeks ago with 3 notes
#Rachel Smail  #Ducale Coffee  #tf australia 
Taste - Callem Mizzi, Sash Drummond, Claire Simpson and Patience Zampichelli - Mice 2014

Taste - Callem Mizzi, Sash Drummond, Claire Simpson and Patience Zampichelli - Mice 2014

— 2 weeks ago with 3 notes
#Callem Mizzi  #tf coffee expo  #Sash Drummond  #Claire Simpson  #Patience Zampichelli  #tf australia 
taste - Callem Mizzi with Claire Simpson (left) and Patience Zampichelli (right) at MICE 2014

taste - Callem Mizzi with Claire Simpson (left) and Patience Zampichelli (right) at MICE 2014

— 2 weeks ago with 3 notes
#tf coffee moment  #Patience Zampichelli  #Claire Simpson  #tf australia  #Callem Mizzi  #tf coffee expo  #mice 2014 

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I got out of the house early on Tuesday morning - very slow at work - we went to Tony’s Bistro & Pâtisserie - http://tonysbistromoncton.wordpress.com - the coffee was very good and the meal was excellent along with the service.

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they made a very nice coffee - I enjoyed it - Steve

— 2 weeks ago with 5 notes
#tf cafe  #Tony’s Bistro & Pâtisserie  #tf moncton 
Porcelain doll head cup in black with saucer by Natalia Gruszecka, Wroclaw, Poland

Porcelain doll head cup in black with saucer by Natalia Gruszecka, Wroclaw, Poland

— 2 weeks ago with 4 notes
#tf mugs  #tf poland  #Natalia Gruszecka  #Porcelain 
'I would rather drink a coffee at a cafe than with myself' - Steve

'I would rather drink a coffee at a cafe than with myself' - Steve

— 2 weeks ago with 3 notes
#TF Cafe  #tf photos  #tf coffee moment  #TF Quotations 
Scots coffee ‘stronger’ than Italy and SpainJuly 20 2014 — http://www.bbc.comCoffee served in Glasgow is stronger than brews in Italy and Spain, according to new research.Researchers in all three countries said their findings had implications for people who needed to watch their caffeine intake.They said counting how many cups you drank could not be used to measure how much caffeine you were consuming.Caffeine can reduce fatigue and some disease symptoms but it can also induce anxiety.Earlier research by the University of Glasgow had found wide variations in caffeine levels in the city’s west end cafes.Now they have joined scientists in Parma and Pamplona, testing more than 100 espressos - and some cappuccinos and instant coffees.Daily limitsWriting in the journal Food and Function, they said some Glaswegian brews were the strongest.They warned regular coffee drinkers could exceed their daily recommended caffeine limit without knowing it.The research said coffee in Scotland usually used more heavily-roasted beans and the serving sizes were larger.The amount of caffeine per serving of an espresso in Scotland ranged from 72mg to 212mg.This compared to a range of 73mg to 135mg per serving for Italian espressos and 97mg to 127mg in Spain.The caffeine content of cappuccinos purchased in Scotland varied from 101mg to 275mg per cup.Pregnant women are advised not to have more than 200mg of caffeine per day.Researchers recommended “readily available information on bean variety and caffeine levels”.——www.thursdayfile.com

Scots coffee ‘stronger’ than Italy and Spain
July 20 2014 — http://www.bbc.com
Coffee served in Glasgow is stronger than brews in Italy and Spain, according to new research.
Researchers in all three countries said their findings had implications for people who needed to watch their caffeine intake.
They said counting how many cups you drank could not be used to measure how much caffeine you were consuming.
Caffeine can reduce fatigue and some disease symptoms but it can also induce anxiety.
Earlier research by the University of Glasgow had found wide variations in caffeine levels in the city’s west end cafes.
Now they have joined scientists in Parma and Pamplona, testing more than 100 espressos - and some cappuccinos and instant coffees.
Daily limits
Writing in the journal Food and Function, they said some Glaswegian brews were the strongest.
They warned regular coffee drinkers could exceed their daily recommended caffeine limit without knowing it.
The research said coffee in Scotland usually used more heavily-roasted beans and the serving sizes were larger.
The amount of caffeine per serving of an espresso in Scotland ranged from 72mg to 212mg.
This compared to a range of 73mg to 135mg per serving for Italian espressos and 97mg to 127mg in Spain.
The caffeine content of cappuccinos purchased in Scotland varied from 101mg to 275mg per cup.
Pregnant women are advised not to have more than 200mg of caffeine per day.
Researchers recommended “readily available information on bean variety and caffeine levels”.
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— 3 weeks ago with 8 notes
#tf coffee  #tf scotland  #tf italy  #tf spain  #caffeine  #study 
Coffee image - mug and sweet tooth

Coffee image - mug and sweet tooth

— 3 weeks ago with 5 notes
#tf coffee image  #tf mugs  #tf sweettooth