Coffee Recipe


Caribou Caribou is the second largest coffee chain in the U.S. after Starbucks, and they have over 400 coffee shops in 40 states. Those coffee lovers who are not near a Caribou can order their coffee online or find it in some grocery stores. Some of Caribou’s most highly ranked blends include Mahogany, Columbian and French Roast.

Green Mountain

Green Mountain Originating in Vermont, this coffee brand is known for its Keurig K-Cups, but they also sell bags of their tasty blends in supermarkets throughout the country. Green Mountain’s Breakfast Blend has been especially praised by critics for its light and sweet taste.

Seattle’s Best

Seattle's Best This coffee brand has a unique way of labeling their coffee. They assign a level to each of their coffee blends, with five being the darkest and one the lightest. This makes it easy for coffee drinkers to find the blend that will be best for their tastes. Seattle’s Best is particularly known for its dark roast; it has garnered praise from critics for its robustness.


Starbucks Starbucks is generally regarded for his or her extremely popular chain of coffee stores, but in addition they sell bags of espresso for domestic brewing. Their dark Roasts are in particular popular among people who are keen on espresso with a bit of a chew. a number of Starbucks’ different famous blends consist of Blonde, residence and Sumatra.


Folgers This traditional espresso emblem has been around on the grounds that 1850, and it’s been constantly ranked noticeably considering its inception. Folgers’ French Roast has regularly been voted because the first-rate dark roast out there, and their classic Roast is likewise a tasty deal with.

Eight O’ Clock

Eight O' Clock8 O’ Clock espresso is often rated exceedingly by each meals critics and common espresso drinkers. The coffee is famend for its mouthwatering aroma and smooth taste that doesn’t have a hint of bitterness. eight O’ Clock espresso comes in lots of one-of-a-kind blends and flavors, consisting of darkish Italian Roast, French Roast, Hazelnut, Caramel Macchiato and Chocolate Mint.

Kaffeine in London

Why you have to see it: Kaffeine’s coffee flight will take you on a mouth trip that is out of this world. Don’t drink any coffee before visiting because the flight includes a single shot of espresso, a single shot of cappuccino, and a cold-brew cascara refresher. Kaffeine’s baristas must have at least three years of training before brewing behind the shop’s bar, and it shows in the way they perfectly craft latte art, as seen above.

Hacienda La Esmeralda (Panama) – $350.25/lb.


The trophy shelf for Hacienda La Esmeralda coffee looks fairly crowded, with this bean having been awarded first place at various worldwide cuppings thirteen times since 2004. The most recent record that this coffee set? A whopping $350.25 per pound at the 2013 Best of Panama Auction – Naturals Category. Grown in the shade of guava trees on the slopes of Mount Barú in  Panama, this bean is highly sought after and only cultivated in small quantities. It is a rarity and delicacy in the coffee world, and a once in a lifetime must for any coffee connoisseur.

The Coffee Academics in Hong Kong

Why you have to see it: Coffee Academics is not as pretentious as it sounds, and the glass-blown Chemex (above) actually brews one of the best cups of coffee you will ever have in your life. It offers lattes sweetened with organic raw agave nectar and spiced with ground black pepper. TREAT YO SELF.