Hipsters Ordering Coffee

“Cap­puc­ci­no small, low fat, extra dry.” Sor­ry to say, but that’s my line 2–3 times per day. That makes me almost as bad as the cof­fee-order­ing hip­sters in this new video by Nacho Punch. Let the video roll for a bit. It has its fun­ny moments.

On a more seri­ous note, if you live in the San Fran­cis­co Bay Area, con­sid­er spend­ing Sat­ur­day, May 3rd at Stan­ford’s one-day cof­fee sym­po­sium. Orga­nized by Stan­ford Con­tin­u­ing Stud­ies, the sym­po­sium — Cof­fee: From Tree to Beans to Brew and Every­thing in Between – will fea­ture guest speak­ers (his­to­ri­ans, sci­en­tists, the CEO of Blue Bot­tle Cof­fee, etc.) talk­ing about what goes into mak­ing this great bev­er­age of ours. Stu­dents will also have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to par­tic­i­pate in cof­fee tast­ing and eval­u­a­tion ses­sions. In full dis­clo­sure, I helped put the pro­gram togeth­er. It promis­es to be a great day. So I had to give a plug. You can learn more and sign up here.

via Huff­Po

Relat­ed Con­tent:

The Curi­ous Sto­ry of London’s First Cof­fee­hous­es (1650–1675)

Hon­oré de Balzac Writes About “The Plea­sures and Pains of Cof­fee,” and His Epic Cof­fee Addic­tion

Men In Com­mer­cials Being Jerks About Cof­fee: A Mashup of 1950s & 1960s TV Ads

The His­to­ry of Cof­fee and How It Trans­formed Our World

Black Cof­fee: Doc­u­men­tary Cov­ers the His­to­ry, Pol­i­tics & Eco­nom­ics of the “Most Wide­ly Tak­en Legal Drug”


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  • coffee says:

    Green cof­fee bean extract by far has become of the biggest news mak­ers in the field of health and well­ness today. It is con­sid­ered by many as the total fat buster because of the var­i­ous health ben­e­fits that it con­tains. It came from raw green cof­fee beans. Sci­en­tists have found out that raw green cof­fee beans con­tain an organ­ic com­pound called Chloro­genic acid which could great­ly affect your body’s metab­o­lism.

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