These are all the posts that have been tagged with Chocolate.
We New Yorkers like our seasons—yes, even winter. We embrace the cold and snow (as long as it’s not excessive, then we will complain) and the winter-related activities. Recently, Central Park held its annual ice sculpting festival and the snowstorm a couple of days prior (in which NYC received 8-10 inches) made for quite a picturesque ambiance.
Peet’s Coffee has launched People & Planet, a new initiative featuring curated coffees that highlight the brand’s decades long heritage of caring for farmer communities at origin and for the environment.
I do not typically drink flavored coffees; the flavors of the terroir are usually enough for me. However, I admit that, particularly in the cold-weather months, I often like an espresso-blended beverage–of the mocha variety–as an afternoon pick-me-up.
With the start of a new year, Starbucks is launching new winter beverages around the world. From Asia to the UK, Starbucks’ global customers have a wide array of new beverages from which to choose.
The Barn, a leading European specialty coffee roaster, opened its first specialty coffee venue in Berlin on the 4 December at one of the city’s most well-known coffeehouses, Café Kranzler.
One year after launching its first coffee offering, Carta Coffee Merchants expands its assortment with the release of Meridian, its lightest roast to date; a new signature Side-by-Side (SBS) Tasting Sampler featuring different roasting styles and a coffee subscription service.
AVOCA Coffee Roasters will launch a new limited edition coffee called Una Esperanza Nueva –“a new hope” – for 2017.
Portland Roasting Coffee entered into an exclusive partnership with PenAir, one of the oldest family owned airlines in the United States.
Peet’s Coffee has announced its 2016 holiday blends and new additions to its seasonal beverages line up, as well as returning favourites.
As I begin writing this piece, it’s Election Day in the US—finally the end of a contentious presidential campaign that feels as though it lasted for several years.
Caribou Coffee is going over the top this holiday season with toppings.
On National Coffee Day, illycaffè introduced Extra Dark Roast for the US and Canadian markets.
There’s been ample debate within the last year about the state of the single-serve category. Has the novelty worn off? Is it a category on the decline? Or is there still room for growth?
Starbucks Coffee is bringing a little heat to its fall beverage line up with its new spicy Chile Mocha.