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Coffee during meetings makes you efficient

Three men in contract signing with cups of coffee.

It’s no wonder that coffee has a lot of health benefits that is why some studies recommend that coffee is the ultimate superfood, Coffee repairs DNA, calms the body, helps prevent cancer, Type 2 diabetes, and Parkinson’s disease. Because of these people who drink coffee has a healthier life especially when you drink coffee in moderation, and at the right time of the day.

A pair of scientific studies conducted at the University of California and the University of Ohio has identified an additional benefit to drinking coffee. According to the Journal of Psychopharmacology:

consuming a moderate amount of caffeinated coffee prior to indulging in a group activity enhances an individual’s task-relevant participation in the group activity.

This study shows to everyone who works in the office or any in the business environment where teamwork–and the ability to keep meetings on target–is crucial to success. The study also points out the relevance of coffee during a meeting, where almost everyone shows up with a fresh cup of coffee, this shows coffee can help individuals keep focused and on target.

If you notice people who conduct meetings at the coffee shops are much focus, alert, and creative than people who, conduct meetings in the office this shows that coffee is a good stimulator that alerts the brain and keeps the body stay up and focus.

Some people don’t need coffee to stay focused, but if you are the type of person who easily gets bored and quickly distracted, a strong cup of java at the beginning of a meeting is an indispensable part of our productivity toolkit.

How Coffee Trends Change Over Time

Coffee latte art

Over the years, the course of coffee is evolving, and as the high-demand from coffee lovers, the coffee industry is skyrocketing year by year. And because of this, the companies and coffee shops need to step up their game in the coffee scene to meet the demands and keep up with the trend in today’s society.

These days almost all coffee shops have their signature blend of coffee. And today baristas are becoming prominent in the coffee industry, where they become the heart of coffee shops in creating the perfect coffee blends.

There has been a lot of coffee addition in the coffee industry, from unexpected drinks combinations, special savory snacks served with coffee, accents for milk, chicory and, other coffee trends,

Here are the added coffee trends in the coffee industry that changes the perception of coffee lovers.

Cold Brew Coffee

Coffee Cold Brew

Since the birth of the cold brew coffee, a lot were fell in love with the refreshing sensation of this cold drink. This coffee drink is popular during the hot season an alternative caffeinated beverage to cold soda.

Because of the popularity of this drink, some companies have created the easy-grab cold brew drinks repacked in bottles an in cans that are available in supermarkets and convenient stores.

Bulletproof Coffee

How to make bulletproof coffee

People nowadays are becoming conscious with their health, and since coffee is the number one beverage people are looking for some ways to make their cuppa healthier.

Bulletproof coffee is a popular trend for fitness enthusiasts and people who are trying to lose weight where they put grass-fed butter in their coffee and coconut oil to make it healthy.

How to make bulletproof coffee


Milk is an essential ingredient to make espresso and other coffee beverage that requires coffee that is why the milk industry is also skyrocketing due to its high-demand. But milk that is used is not from animals, but from alternative resources such as soya milk, coconut, almond’s, hazelnut’s, walnut nut’s milk, and more. And few are using milk from animal producers.

Milk today, in the coffee industry is essential to create your favorite cappuccinos or outstanding latte arts by the baristas.

Nitro Brew Coffee

The same as the cold brew coffee, Nitro brew also changes the course in the coffee industry since it was launched to the public. It grew its popularity when Starbucks rolled out its own variety a few years ago, delighting those who had always secretly wished coffee was just beer.

Nitro is an excellent combination of cold brew coffee filled with gaseous nitrogen which gives a smooth, creamy taste. The cost is more expensive than the other coffee, but it’s worth every penny to try this gasmic coffee drink.

Authenticity and special style

Today people are becoming knowledgeable in sorts of coffee beans and regions of their vegetation. Coffee lovers are becoming conscious about the origin of the coffee beans they’re drinking at the same time coffee lovers are also studying various types of roast, cultivation, and preparation of coffee. Coffee lovers are also looking for ways on how to make the perfect cup of coffee in any possible way.

The current situation of the coffee industry today is more and more coffee shops are popping like mushrooms in every corner of the world from small coffee shops to giant franchises. Every advanced coffee place accentuates its individuality as possible – authorial drinks or snacks, natural ingredients and so on. It’s no surprise that the future of the coffee industry will become more complex, and flexible where coffee shops will showcase more unique ways to stay in place on the trendy spot.

Top Five Best Coffee Shops In Bangkok

Inside of Rocket Coffee Bar
147 Soi Sueksa Witthaya 2, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand

Thailand one of the most visited tourist destination because of there beautiful sceneries, and delicious food, but not only that, because today Thailand is also becoming popular in the coffee industry where most of their coffee scenes are Instagram worthy gaining thousand of likes, and people were hooked with the creativeness coffee shops are sharing.

Let’s travel to Thailand and find out the best coffee shops to stay and grab a cuppa.

Old Town Cafe

Old Town Coffee Bangkok Thailand
Wang Burapha Phirom, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

Old Town Cafe is a well know coffee shop by the tourist in the crown of Bangkok’s most majestic area. The shops brick walls and vintage loveliness creates coziness in this little place. You’ll find it more relaxing with their smooth, laid-back jazz will accompany you on your coffee trip.

This peaceful haven is tucked away in the old town between the Palace and China town. It is small but charming with friendly service and a decent cup of char.

Wonderwall – The Kaffebar

Wonderwall the Kaffebar outdoor seating
28 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana,

Wonderwall is a trendy coffee shop sits in the base of Avora 31 Residence on Phrom Chit Alley, which Thai locals and foreigners come together with their laptop. Wonderwall coffee is something to try for its certainly packs a punch! Their coffee is sourced from Northern Thailand, and they also feature beans from Japan, Hong Kong, and Australia.

The coffee shops comfortable setting area with spacious indoor and outdoor seating, and a great selection of chill Jazz music adds to the ambiance in this relaxing space.

Rocket Coffee Bar

Inside of Rocket Coffee Bar
147 Soi Sueksa Witthaya 2, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand

If you are looking for a place where you can grab a latte, and liquor later the Rocket Coffee Bar is the place to be. This urban coffee shop situated in the hip area of Bangkok will blow your heads off.

The coffee bar offers not just an outstanding cold brew coffee called Rocket fuel, but they also have a fantastic nightlife chill with their boozy drinks and tasty menu, you’ll surely get a kickstarter before you hit the other clubs.

Baker Gonna Bake

Baker Gonna Bake cafe
61 Sukhumvit 26 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan, Khet Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand

Baker Gonna Bake is famous online bakery shop because of their mouth-watering pastries. They only operated their business online, but due to public demand, the online bakery turned into a full-time cafe.

The cafe now is not only offering delicious cakes but also offer traditional Thai dishes too.

Baker Gonna Bake is a homey place to enjoy good coffee, amazing pastries and to try some Thai delicacies.

Gallery Drip Coffee

Gallery Drip Coffee
1 Khwaeng Wang Mai, Khet Pathum Wan, กรุงเทพมหานคร 10330, Thailand

If you are looking for an artsy vibe, look no further than Gallery Drip Coffee, This Bangkok’s cafe is a place for all artist, photographers, painters, writers and illustrators where you can see different arts adorned on the walls and shelves of this coffee shop.

Aside from the artsy vibe Gallery Coffee Drip also offer the best coffee where they carefully have chosen the best of gourmet beans from Thai Arabicas, peaberries, Guatemala Antigua’ and ‘Ethiopia Yirgacheff. One of their best drink is the Drip Coffee Jelly which gives a refreshing sensation that is a must try.

Gallery Coffee Drip is located in the Art and Culture Centre in Pathumwan.

There you go coffee lovers! We hope this list will be useful for your future coffee adventures, whether you are a local or tourist, a relaxing place and a cup of coffee is the best way to enjoy the journey of life.


How To Make A Low Budget Coffee Table

DO it yourself coffee tale

Coffee tables are a perfect accent to our home it serves as a centerpiece of our living room where our family and friends used to gather around and enjoy a good cup of coffee.

There are a lot of coffee tables from rustic designs, shabby chic, modern tables, glass and more. But of course, we don’t like spending too much for a coffee table. So if you have things in your home that you want to throw away, you can revamp your old stuff and make them into something new to create your dream coffee table.

Here is a list of coffee tables that are a perfect centerpiece for your living room that is practical and functional.

Crate Storage Coffee Table

Crate Storage Coffee Table
Crate Storage Coffee Table at Her Tool Belt

This coffee table is our favorite because it’s simple and spacious. It’s a clean type coffee table that is perfect for family bonding and friends get together.

You can check and download the complete step by steps guide how to do this Crate Storage Coffee Table at Her Tool Belt.

Build Basic Coffee Table

Build Basic Coffee Table
DIY Coffee Table Plan from Build-Basic

Basic furniture always creates a perfect statement, because it’s not overpowering, that is why its a stand out in the crowd. This coffee table is simple and basic with functional storage below to put magazines or books, and a wide space that is perfect in a rustic or contemporary home.

You can build this simple coffee table on your own with $50. Check Build Basic for the full reference on how to do this coffee table.

Modern Wood Palette Coffee Table

wood palette modern coffee table

If you are on a budget but wants a modern coffee table wood palettes are the best to grab and to create your dream coffee table. You can make a modern style coffee table using wood palettes that can be rolled wherever you need it. The best part is you can find free palettes to use that is ideal to make modern coffee table project if you don’t want to spend more but wants a good and functional coffee table.

Check out Paper & Stitch for their DIY coffee table project using a wood palette.

The Pottery Barn Coffee Table

DIY Pottery Barn Coffee Table
Rhyan Coffee Table by More Like Home

If you buy this Pottery Barn style coffee table to your local furniture shop you will end up paying $700 or more but, if you do it your self, it will save you a lot of money. This Pottery Barn coffee table doesn’t only look good, and spacious but also has functional tables drawers where you can hide pieces of stuff like the remote control, and unwanted clutter in case unplanned visitors came in.

You check More Like Home for the complete guide on how to make this inexpensive Pottery Barn Coffee Table.

Factory Cart-Style Coffee Table

diy factory cart style coffee table
Factory Cart-Style Coffee Table Plan from Addicted 2 Decorating

If you are looking for something different, and a little more rustic the Factory cart-style coffee table is for you. This coffee table is our from the ordinary, spacious, and you can put it in any place to your home without the hustle carrying around.

You can find the step-by-step instructions at addicted 2 decorating

Coffee tables are statement pieces to our home. You don’t have to spend much, all you need is a little bit of creativity, some scraps or old furniture that you can use to create your own coffee table at a low-cost.

Coffee Ice Cream Recipe – Weekend Coffee Treat

Coffee ice cream recipe

With the weather is getting warmer refreshments are on the trend right now that is why for our coffee weekend end treat we will have something that you can enjoy with your entire family.

For this weekend treat, we will make a homemade coffee ice cream adopted in baked by an introvert recipe.

Photo Credits to baked by an introvert


  • 2 and 1/2 cups whole milk
  • 1 and 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons instant decaffeinated coffee granules
  • 6 egg yolks
  • 2 and 1/4 cups heavy cream
  • 1 and 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract


  1. To start making the ice cream first, we need to create the base its start with the custard using whole milk, sugar, salt, and instant coffee granules.
  2. Put all the ingredients in a saucepan, and cook into a medium heat until it begins to steam, but be careful not to boil or, the milk will thickens. Then as soon as it starts to steam reduce the heat level to low.
  3. Next is adding the eggs. You can’t just drop the eggs straight to the hot milk or else they will scramble. Instead, whisk the eggs slowly while adding the half of the milk gradually. Then you can pour the eggs into the pot with the remaining milk.
  4. To finish the base cook the custard over medium heat for three to five minutes until it thickens. Be sure to stir it occasionally, so the bottom doesn’t scorch.
  5. Strain the custard through a fine-mesh sieve set over a medium bowl. Cover it with plastic wrap, allowing it to touch the surface of the custard to prevent a skin from forming. Refrigerate until cold.
  6. When ready to make the ice cream, whisk the cream and vanilla into the custard until smooth. Churn in an ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  7. Enjoy right away or transfer to a freezer-safe container. The ice cream will keep for up to 2 weeks.


The difference of iced coffee, cold brew, and nitro coffee


Since the discovery of iced coffee this had become a big hit in the coffee industry over the years, and nowadays iced coffee is one of the favorites by coffee lovers all year round. Cold brew coffee made its name in the coffee industry, amidst the increase of methods on how to make iced coffee, it takes an in-depth knowledge to fully understand all the technique of this well, love beverage.

Making iced coffee is not just putting ice in your coffee, but making iced coffee has three different methods, that also have a different price, taste, and texture.

Let’s look at the different types and ways in making iced coffee.

Iced Coffee

iced coffee

Iced coffee is the most popular type of cold brew, a classic, reliable, and famously over-iced summer time on-the-go.

How it’s made:

Well, iced coffee is pretty much your average joe. It’s brewed hot like your regular cup but at double strength, so when it’s poured over (and melts) a pitcher of ice, it won’t be too watery.

How it tastes:

If you get used to drinking black coffee, then the taste of this is not surprising. Though the kick of this coffee is the added ice that made its texture light, refreshing, and a little more acidic.

What makes its extra penny?

Iced coffee costs more than the hot stuff because of the extra materials involved—like straws, ice (not to mention the ice machine required), and plastic cups, which can cost up to two times the price of their paper counterparts. It’s typically the cheapest of all the iced varieties, however, because the process of making it isn’t time-consuming.

The best way to drink is:

You can drink this coffee with no added sweeteners, but if you want to add something fun to lessen a bit its acidity, you can add dairy or nondairy creamers.

Cold Brew

steep cold brew

Cold brew is different from Iced coffee though both of them are chilled but, the process of making is different. It’s believed that the cold brew had first emerged in the early 17th century, but it was not popular during that time since the hot coffee is the king of all cups during those days. Only after ten years where cold brew has made its name in households and finding its way into grocery stores, restaurants, and any coffee shops.

How it’s made:

Cold brew doesn’t require ice, but making a cold brew coffee is a process of steeping the beans in cool water at room temperature within 12 to 24 hours to slowly become its best taste. After 24hrs of waiting, you can now finally strained out the coffee and served chilled.

How it tastes:

Hot-brewed coffee is bitter in taste and more acidic, but the cold brew is made with cold water that is why the taste is slightly sweeter, a bit milder, and way less acidic than your average iced joe. Though the aroma and flavor will be less intense, they won’t change dramatically over time like hot coffee. So you can drink it the next day, and the next day, and it will taste just as fresh.

What you’re paying for?

We’ve all wondered why cold brew cashes out anywhere from 50 cents to a dollar more than regular iced coffee this is because the process of making is more complicated than making a regular iced coffee, and it requires more time to get the perfect brew. Not only does the process take way longer, but cold brew also requires about twice the amount of coffee grounds as its more traditional counterpart.

The best way to drink is:

Cold brew is best to drink itself without adding creamer or sweetener to enjoy its goodness.

Nitro Brew

Nitro brew coffee

Nitro brew is a bubblier cold brew that comes from a keg. It grew in popularity when Starbucks rolled out its own variety a few years ago, delighting those who had always secretly wished coffee was just beer.

How it’s made:

The coffee is typically first made using the cold brew process, then poured into a keg. It’s then infused with tiny nitrogen bubbles and routed through a pressurized valve to create the “on tap” situation that looks (and tastes) undeniably cooler than any Keurig.

How it tastes:

The biggest difference between nitro brew and a cold brew is the texture. While both of these iced options are subtle and sweet in flavor, a nitrogen cold brew delivers a super-smooth, rich body with a foamy top similar to your favorite draught beer.

What you’re paying for?

It’s no surprise that Nitro brew is the most expensive because the nitrogen infusion, and the costly equipment needed to make it, this drink might cost you as much as a small meal.

The best way to drink is:

You want something frothy, but you’re trying to avoid creamers or sweeteners. Oh, and you don’t mind paying top dollar for top taste.

Source: Greatist

Why children drink coffee these days?

kida, teens, coffee drinking habits. What parents needs to know

With today’s coffee generation we can’t deny the fact that the coffee companies today did a complex migration with their audiences. targeting the children and teens or millennial generations as the primary target audiences.

Seems, coffee drinking these days are becoming unfiltered where young people are dominating the adults, and at a very young age, they already started to drink coffee. Health experts generally aren’t happy about young people drinking more coffee, or any caffeinated beverage. The American Academy of Pediatrics says “caffeine and other stimulant substances contained in energy drinks have no place in the diet of children and adolescents.”

According to Alicia Diaz, age 2 she was sitting on her dad’s lap and stealing sips of his café Cubano. And she also remembers one time on the way to her school they stopped to get a cafe latte and split a bagel with her dad.

“When I was younger, I had a little bit of trouble falling asleep,” said Diaz, now 20. “I would never nap in kindergarten. But I never thought of this as unusual at the time.”

In a 2011 clinical guidance to pediatricians, the academy noted caffeine’s effects on anxiety, attentiveness, mood, motor activity and sleep as well as “various organ systems.”

“Most of us are drinking coffee, and younger consumers appear to be leading the charge,” said Bill Murray, National Coffee Association president, in a March 2017 press release.

In a coffee industry trade publication titled “Coffee Through the Ages,” the NCA reported “the most robust increase in coffee consumption among those 13-18.” In three years, the number of teens drinking coffee rose by 14 percent. Today, nearly four in 10 American teens drink coffee, according to the NCA’s research.

The growing number of children and teens these days drinking coffee are alarming even in some schools are selling coffee to students with in-school coffee shops, or vending machines.

Jack Bowland a student at Central Bucks High School West in Doylestown Borough always drink coffee before his most difficult classes, he said, “I am 16 years old, and I started drinking coffee at the beginning of this school year when I was 15,” he said. “I don’t currently have a set routine, but I drank coffee every morning back when I had more difficult classes.”

Jack’s mom said he drinks three to five “large cups” of coffee during weeks when he’s pushed to the limit.

“Jack will drink coffee when studying late or in the morning if he hasn’t had much sleep,” said mom Caroline Heise. “I use it as a method to stay awake to study and finish homework,” Jack said. “But I know it’s an unhealthy habit.”

In 2017, Central Bucks South in Warrington opened the Coffee Connection, a student-run coffee shop, which sells hot and iced coffee, hot chocolate, iced tea, lemonade and Arnold Palmers.

Another student from a different school at Council Rock High School South Dylan Nitka shares her reasons why she drank coffee at a young age, she said, she needs her first cup of coffee to wake up for school at 6:30 a.m.

“School being so early definitely affects how much coffee teens drink, since we aren’t able to sleep much due to staying up late doing homework and having to get up early to get ready. Some do rely on coffee to give us enough energy to get through the day.”

Dylan’s mom, Janet Nitka, said her daughter is spending too much money on coffee.

The coffee consumption among teens and children is related, to their school activities to keep them awake and focus on their studies,

The U.S. Department of Agriculture conducts biannual health and nutrition examination surveys. The data gathered was published in 2011, but the information collected in 2013 will be available in late 2018 or 2019, an agency spokesperson said.

Some of the studies conducted in 2010 for children ages 6 to 11 were getting 8.5 percent of their caffeine from coffee. Participating teens, ages 12 to 16, were getting 12 percent of their caffeine from coffee. The U.S. government clarifies that before obtaining the data, they asked parents’ permission before surveying anyone under age 18.

In medical studies, researchers have noted concerns about caffeine and sleep — something children and teens desperately needs, doctors, say. Coffee drinking of children and teens is bothering but, death on caffeine are rare, however, when it comes to younger ages too much coffee can lead to future complications.

Coffee is not the only source of caffeine chocolates, soda also, has caffeine contents which can also help provide the needed amount of caffeine to our body especially for the kids and teens. However, if we can’t avoid drinking coffee as a young individual, we should drink coffee in moderation remember that too much caffeine is not healthy for our well-being.

Best Practices To Enjoy More Your Coffee


Most of the time we drink our coffee putting a lot of flavorings into it to make our coffee taste more interesting. Most of the time we put too much sugar, creamer, whipped cream and more. Unfortunately, this added condiments to our coffee can quickly build calories to our daily cup of Joe. Though drinking black coffee has only a handful of calories, but adding milk, flavoring, and sugar can increase a coffee’s calorie count pretty quickly.

However, there are some easy ways to make our daily cup of coffee less in calorie and more healthy.

1. Black Coffee

brewed coffee

Drinking black coffee is always a good option for a better and healthier cup of Joe. Black coffee has ten times more antioxidants than coffees with added flavorings. Though black coffee, tastes bitter, over time your taste buds will adapt to the bold flavor. So if you want to get the full benefits of your coffee, drink it brewed and black.

2. Stick To Almond Milk

Almond Milk

Dr. Oz notes that almond milk is the healthiest “milk” choice to mix with your cup of Joe. Unlike whole milk, which can make your cup of coffee 180 calories, almond milk will keep your coffee under 100 calories per serving.

3. No To Artificial Creamers

coffee mate artificial coffee creamer

Artificial creamers add jazz to coffee, but artificial creamers are filled with ingredients and packed with sugar, making them not the healthiest thing to put in your coffee. If you want something extra to your coffee rather than adding creamers to it, opt for coconut milk with a dash of vanilla extract.

Alternatively, try mixing your milk of choice with a teaspoon of honey for a hearty, flavor-packed coffee additive.

4. Choose only organic beans.

Single origin coffee beans

Buying organic coffee beans is not only healthy, but you can also get the best flavors of it. Single origin coffee beans are often free of pesticides and other harmful chemicals, that is why organic coffee beans are certified with no added chemicals to enter our body via our morning brew.

5. Instead of sugar use cinnamon

cinnamon coffee

The cinnamon on your local cafes’ countertops are not just for decorations they serve as an optional sweeter for those people who are looking for a healthier sweetener, rather than using sugar.

Adding cinnamon to your coffee can actually have several health benefits. Healthline reports that cinnamon may help reduce inflammation throughout your body and has been linked to heart health, though more research is needed. Portion control expert Dr. Lisa Young also notes that cinnamon can help stabilize blood sugar.

6. Get Chocolatey

Unsweetened cocoa and dark chocolate are both great additions to any coffee drink, in moderation, of course. Studies have claimed numerous health benefits, like balancing cholesterol and potential cancer-preventing properties, these indulgent add-ins are perfect for mocha lovers everywhere.

7, Adding Butter To Your Coffee

The Butter Coffee

Adding butter to your coffee is not just hearsay, but it’s a fact that putting unsalted grass-fed butter to your coffee is healthy, it gives welcoming boost energy without the added sugar or cream. Adding butter to your coffee is popularly known as Bulletproof coffee, you can add a small glob of unsalted grass-fed butter to your coffee and use an immersion blender to create a frothy, homemade latte.

8. Make sure to use the right mug

A 2014 study for Flavour found that the color of your coffee mug can influence how sweet or bitter you perceive a cup of coffee to be. In the study, they found drinking from a white mug can make the coffee to be more intense than using a transparent mug. Though this study needs more research, it may be worth swapping out your white mug for a transparent one to make your coffee “taste” less bitter and of course, reduce the amount of sugar you add to it.

9. Avoid drinking on an empty stomach.

coffee health

If you think drinking coffee in an empty stomach is okay, you might want to overwrite that perception, because drinking coffee in an empty stomach is an unhealthy habit that can lead to various health risks, it may damage your stomach lining and, increased anxiety. So to keep your body healthy while enjoying your cuppa. make sure to eat breakfast before drinking your morning, Joe.

10. Try golden lattes.

Golden latte
elena moiseeva/Shutterstock

Golden lattes are not for a show of in social media, but this bright yellow drink actually contains a ton of healthful benefits. Dr. Young said adding turmeric to your coffee you can have anti-inflammatory benefits, and studies cited in Prevention claim that it can also help your memory.

This single-serve espresso maker is better than your K-pods machine.

cafelat robot espresso maker

As a coffee lover, we are always looking for a coffee maker that is easy to use and can give us our perfect cup of coffee. And nowadays it’s a plus when we found a coffee maker that is also eco-friendly.

When we look for coffee machines, we often opted for a single serve coffee machine that is why coffee pods are popular these days. However, coffee pods are not eco-friendly and end a pile of plastic garbages.

Thanks for the new technology because there is now an espresso maker that does not use plastic coffee pods.

A Hong Kong based coffee company Cafelat has launched its Cafelat Robot, that makes an espresso eliminating the need for plastic coffee pods. Cafelat Robot is a manual coffee maker that gives its users a high-quality espresso with just ground coffee and hot water.

The coffee robot first created in 2015, and it was designed for freshly ground coffee that you can buy to your local grocer or coffee merchants, which aims to eliminate the use of plastic capsules.

Cafelat Robot has no difference to mechanical coffee maker when it comes to coffee quality, the Cafelat Robot works with just hot water, and ground coffee, which is turned into a biodegradable “coffee puck” after use.

Paul Pratt, the founder of Cafelat, said: “Do not be fooled by the toy-like cutesy Robot looks, the robot means business and is capable of pulling espresso shots like a professional machine.”

The first launch of Cafelat Robot has beaten its fundraising target in Kickstarter. Each coffee robot costs from 1,870 dollars (around £170), and the devices are estimated to be available by September 2018.

Easy Cold Brew Coffee Pie – Weekend Coffee Treat

Cold brew Pie No Bake recipe

It’s the weekend our coffee lover friends, and for today’s coffee treat we will have something different from the usual, but still about coffee. We wanted to share with you, not just the refreshing coffee beverages, coffee cocktails and coffee beverage desserts, but we also want to add to our coffee recipe list this Easy Cold Brew Coffee Pie that is perfect for a desert over the weekend feast.

So let’s get started!

Easy Cold Brew Coffee Pie
Author: Hayley Parker, The Domestic Rebel

Cold brew Pie No Bake recipe
Photo credits to

Recipe type: Pie
Prep time: 6 hours 10 mins Total time: 6 hours 10 mins
Serves: 8

This frozen, no-bake Cold Brew Coffee Pie is PHENOMENAL. Creamy, smooth and packed with coffee flavor, it’s perfect for a hot day and for any coffee fanatic!

  • 1 (3.4 oz) box INSTANT vanilla pudding mix
  • ¾ cup cold brew coffee (any brand is fine, or you can make your own cold brew)
  • 1 Tbsp pure coffee extract (or less if you want a less strong coffee flavor)
  • 1 (8 oz) tub Cool Whip, thawed
  • 1 prepared Oreo cookie crust
  • Whipped cream, for garnish
  • Dark chocolate-covered espresso beans, for garnish


  1. In a large bowl, whisk together the instant pudding dry mix, the cold brew coffee, the milk and the coffee extract.
  2. Whisk until combined and slightly thickened about 1 minute.
  3. Fold in the Cool Whip completely, making sure to get the bottom!
  4. Pour the mixture into the prepared pie crust and smooth out the top. Freeze for at least 6 hours, or overnight.
  5. Just before serving, pipe on whipped cream and garnish with dark chocolate-covered espresso beans.
  6. Cut into wedges and serve!

Have fun baking, coffee lovers!