Vet-Owned Coffee Store Responds to Starbucks, Vows to Hire 10,000 Vets

As a response to Starbucks choosing to hire 10,000 refugees to protest President Donald Trump’s temporary immigration ban, a veteran and now coffee shop owner has an even better idea. Evan Hafer, an Army Special Forces veteran and CEO of Black Rifle Coffee Company,


Scientists Debunk Climate Change Panic Behind ‘Coffee Fungus’

Recent claims by climate alarmists that global warming was threatening the world coffee supply and the jobs of “125 million people” have turned out to be completely unfounded, according to a new study released Monday by a group of researchers from the University of Exeter.

A peasant checks coffee beans in La Tola plantation, El Tambo, Narino Department on October 21, 2015.The severe drought in Colombia caused by the El Nino climate phenomenon, concerns the farmers of Narino, the mountainous southwestern department considered home to one of the best coffees in the world. AFP PHOTO/Luis …

Coffee Chain Gave Free Coffee to Uplift Roseburg Residents

“No charge. This one’s on us.” That’s what residents of Roseburg, Oregon were told when they pulled up to the window to pay for their order at Dutch Bros., the Oregon-based coffee chain. The goal was simple: a little surprise to lift the spirits of Roseburg after Thursday’s horrific shooting that left nine people dead at Umpqua Community College.


Blue Bottle Coffee Takes a $70 million Shot of VC Cash

The Blue Bottle Coffee, the Bay Area foodies’ favorite coffee house, merged with the Tartine Bakery and Café in April. Now, the combined artisan food company has raised $70 million in venture capital to be the “next big thing.”

Blue Bottle Coffee (Neil Conway / Flickr / CC / Cropped)