Subscription Boxes for Caffeine Lovers We all know that subscriptions make the best gifts, right? A regular gift comes just once and is one of many gifts that the gift recipient receives all at once. If you really want to stand out, get them a…
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The coffee industry is reportedly a $30 billion per year industry in the US alone. It gets tricky crunching the numbers, as they seem to vary, with USA Today claiming as many as 83% of US adults drink coffee; while Harvard reports that the National Coffee Association claims this number to be 54%.
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For those of you unaware, telomeres are the end parts of a chromosome that has been associated with living longer and having a lower risk of cancer. Think of them like the plastic tips at the end of shoelaces- if you didn’t have them, your shoelaces would start to fray and fall apart, but if you have long and sturdy ones then your shoelaces will last a very long time.
We begin our list of all of the presidents of the United States of America, and a tidbit or two of their quirky or interesting relationships to coffee. This is part 1 of a 5 part series.
1) George Washington: he was a coffee importer according to some of his ledgers, bringing in as much as 200lbs of coffee at a time from overseas, and also asking for what was considered the world’s best coffee beans just weeks before he died.