If you’re hankering for a long and literary read [that is to say, it’s Friday and you’re killing time] take a peek at Malcolm Gladwell’s JAVA MAN in The New Yorker. A tasty tidbit: “That the American Revolution began with the symbolic rejection of tea in Boston Harbor… makes perfect sense. Real revolutionaries would naturally prefer coffee.“
Not in the mood for multi-syllabic endeavors? Try USA Today’s cover story on Cause Coffees, which attempts to spell out some of the issues that surround sustainability, fair trade, the environment, and a good cuppa joe.