Best Flavored Coffee Syrups

While some coffee snobs may shrug off and guffaw at the idea of adding in coffee syrup or flavored syrup into their coffee, flavored coffee syrups can truly make a delicious difference in your daily mug of Joe. Some of the best coffee syrup flavors include everything from caramel, mint or peppermint, mocha, cinnamon, cinnamon …

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Mr. Coffee Tea Maker

Looking to make a delicious, refreshing glass of iced tea? When it comes to iced tea, you need a Mr. Coffee Iced Tea Maker. Benefits The Mr. Coffee Iced Tea Maker is a durable and high quality iced tea maker, and helps you brew the perfect, most flawless batch of iced tea. We all know …

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Coffee Enema Instructions

While you may suspect that coffee has it’s own handful of benefits, there’s one surprising bonus to indulging in a regular cup of Joe that may really surprise you – it’s strong detoxification abilities. Coffee enemas and cleanses are a rising trend among health nuts everywhere, and it turns out that they really are the …

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Farberware Coffee Maker Review

If you’re sick of archaic, ancient looking old coffeemakers that look clunky and old-fashioned on your stylish kitchen counter, look no further than a sleek, minimal and beautifully designed Farberware Coffee Maker. These coffeemakers have been designed to have a beautiful brushed stainless steel finish with a minimal design. The Farberware is also known for …

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Cuisinart Thermal Coffee Maker

When you’re looking to upgrade or spend a little on a coffee machine without going over board, a Cuisinart is often the way to go. Cuisinart is renowned for making great, high quality machines that don’t break the bank, but are certainly slightly more luxurious than many other brands and models. About the Cuisinart Thermal Coffee …

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How to make espresso

Espresso coffee was invented in Italy, and the work comes from the Italian for “under pressure”. As the name suggest it is one of the quickest methods of making coffee, and is served up for drinking straight away. Espresso is also one of the strongest types of coffee, and is served up in tiny cups. …

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