We're honored to of had some of our research on cold brew chemistry published in this month's issue of Roast Magazine.
The research which was independently conducted by our coffee scientist, Joseph Rivera, utilized high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) to analyze differences between hot vs cold brewed coffee. Check out the article, it will sure surprise you.
Aug 2, 2012 - With the Summer Olympics taking place in London over the next few weeks we decided to take a quick look at the use of caffeine as a 'performance enhancer'. Although caffeine is not currently 'banned' from the International Olympic (IOC) list of ergogenic compounds, it was placed on the list after a Mongolian athlete was found to have elevated levels during the 1972 Olympics.
April 26, 2012 - Check out this month's issue of Roast Magazine where we discuss 'The Chemistry of Brewing' from bean to cup.
April 8, 2012 - Easter has arrived and that means chocolate. Although a very small amount of caffeine is contained in chocolate its stimulatory effects on our body are quite limited. For those wishing to get a equivalent buzz off milk chocolate be ready to eat at least 81 pieces of Hershey Kisses to get the same buzz as a cup for regular coffee.
February 2, 2012 - In a recent study by the National Institute for Heath (NIH) researchers found that consumption of caffeine may effect estrogen levels in women 18-44 yrs of age.
October 25, 2011 - Good news for all coffee drinker, well at least for the men. A recent study by the prestigious Harvard Medical School shows that men drinking 6 or more cups of coffee per day have a 60% reduction of developing prostate cancer.
September 29, 2011 - According to a long term study, women who consume at least 4 cups of coffee have a 20% chance of developing depression in their lives. The results of the study which coincides with a previous study in Finland, suggests that coffee may also reduce the risk of depression and suicide in men as well.
For more information - http://www.cnn.com/
June 23, 2011 - For many coffee is simply a medium in which to deliver caffeine, but according to the latest research, coffee may also hold a significant amount of health benefits.