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The History of Coffee

The history of coffee goes at least as far back as the 10th century, with a number of reports and legends surrounding its first use. The native (undomesticated) origin of coffee is thought to have been Ethiopia. 1,603 more words

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Hot Drinks and Book Combo | What's Your Poison?

It’s supposedly the beginning of autumn, although the weather is still reading at 20 degrees. So, in light of the nights drawing in and the weather (supposedly) getting cooler, I thought I’d write a little post on hot drinks and they’re book counterparts. 545 more words


Musings: I Care

This post isn’t about one of my favourite Beyoncé songs (which I still brings a tear to my eye this day) but more about some self-care tips which may just help you… 535 more words


Russian berry kisel

I don’t know how it is where you are, but it already feels like autumn in England where it always feels like autumn. So my plan for the day it to stay in, preferably under a blanket, read good books and drink nommy hot drinks that seem to warm you from the inside and give your lips little hugs. 246 more words


Cacao Hot Chocolate

Although technically we are meant to be at the peak of British Summertime; you know, full of sun and bike rides and drinking cider in a lovely beer garden, sadly as per usual the summer seems to have vanished today. 238 more words


French Chocolate + 2 more / Fransk Sjokolade + 2 til

3 recipes from “Best Chocolate and Cocoa Recipes”
published by Walter Baker & Company in 1931

Text from the booklet:

Beverages – Steaming or Frosted – … 142 more words


Butterbeer / Smørterøl

A recipe brought to you by food52 via Harry Potter’s univers

Butterbeer (yes! from the magical world of harry potter!) is meant to taste “a little bit like butterscotch.” This version is nonalcoholic, so kids can have it too, but for an adult butterbeer you can replace the cider with Woodchuck hard apple cider and add a few glugs of spiced rum for good measure!