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Bristol Recipes- Coffee Jelly
Bristol Recipes- Coffee Jelly

The Bristol team recently spent some time in Thailand and we could not get the wonderful grass jelly you find there out of our mind. In Thailand and many parts of Asia, you’ll often find iced coffee or tea served with grass jelly. To get our jelly fix we decided to make coffee jelly using our Bristol specialty medium roast arabica coffee. Keep reading our blog to get the recipe for Coffee Jelly with sweetened cream.

Who’s drinking all the coffee? Millennials, that's who.
Who’s drinking all the coffee? Millennials, that's who.

Have you ever asked yourself who consumes the most coffee? By ‘who’, we’re not referring to the country (although that is the United States in case you were wondering); rather, the ‘who’ we’re referring to is which age group. The answer years ago might have been the 40-60 age bracket, but stats show that has rapidly changed - in fact, this age group is drinking so much coffee that they are putting a strain on the already-precarious coffee supply. Keep reading this week's Bristol blog if you’d like to know more.

First Public Sequencing of Arabica Coffee Genome Offers Possible Solutions
First Public Sequencing of Arabica Coffee Genome Offers Possible Solutions

A true coffee lover can tell the difference between the good coffee and everything else. That’s why we at Bristol Nicaragua only sell the good stuff. Coffea arabica, which is the high-quality flavor of coffee that coffee lovers drink daily in espresso, cappuccino, and in other forms, is very much a part of coffee drinking culture. It’s the coffee flavor that we all crave because of its aroma and full-bodied flavor.

Coffee Cup Recycling Ideas
Coffee Cup Recycling Ideas

Have you ever thought about what happens to all the coffee cups that coffee drinkers of the world use and throw away? There are a lot of coffee cups that are used just one time and then thrown in the garbage can without a second thought being given. Even if a person uses one disposable coffee cup a day, that is still 365 cups in a year. And it’s a safe bet that most coffee drinkers drink more than one cup of coffee a day.

Live longer with the help of coffee!
Live longer with the help of coffee!

People have for years been extolling the health benefits of coffee - for example, it has been claimed that coffee drinkers live longer due to coffee being a rich source of antioxidants (it’s actually the biggest source of antioxidants in the Western diet, outranking both fruits and vegetables…combined!). Antioxidants help combat afflictions such as the build-up of free radicals and aging, as well as diseases like cancer and heart disease. Now, more good news for coffee drinkers: a recent study has been able to identify another mechanism that supports this claim of longer life expectancy for coffee drinkers.  Continue reading the Bristol Coffee Blog to find out more.