Grab Two Of Your Favorite Travel Mugs For a Deep Discount Today

The Contigo Autoseal dominated your voting for best travel mug, and Amazon's selling a 2-pack of them today for just $33. These mugs typically sell for around $20-$25 each, so if you want to share one with someone else, or just want to establish a dishwasher rotation so you're never short a mug, this is a fantastic… » 3/17/15 9:45am 3/17/15 9:45am

There Should Be Two Lines at Bars: a Manifesto

As people waste our time debating how much to tip baristas (the correct amount: the small pile of coins they give back to you after your transaction is complete) and bartenders ($1 per drink), a second, much more significant beverage problem has once again been overlooked: the frustrating delays caused by people who… » 2/09/15 9:45am 2/09/15 9:45am

Bulletproof Coffee: Debunking the Hot Buttered Hype

People are putting butter in their coffee. And hey, if you're just craving a new flavor experience, more power to you. The problem is that Bulletproof Coffee, the company behind the trend, is claiming that drinking a mug of fatty joe every morning instead of eating breakfast is a secret shortcut to weight loss and… » 1/23/15 10:20am 1/23/15 10:20am

Give the Gift of (Discounted) Foolproof Coffee

The easiest way to make great coffee is even cheaper today, and happens to be a perfect gift. » 11/28/14 9:50am 11/28/14 9:50am

The Best Travel Mug

Taking the bulk of the thousands of votes you cast, the Contigo Autoseal West Loop Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Easy Clean Lid has sealed up the title of Best Travel Mug, and kept it warm all day. » 11/10/14 2:15pm 11/10/14 2:15pm

Five Best Travel Mugs

Our call for Best Travel Mug contenders was one of the biggest and most contested we've ever had. You've poured and sealed an awesome list of five nominees, and now it's time to vote. » 11/06/14 4:15pm 11/06/14 4:15pm

What's the Best Travel Mug?

There's an amazing amount of coffee coverage across our network, and today we want to figure out which brew-carrying vessel is best. Head for the comments and sound off. » 11/04/14 2:45pm 11/04/14 2:45pm

Stephen Colbert Goes In On The Damn Swiss And Their Nazi Creamer

So, some Swiss coffee creamer company put Adolf Hitler on its packaging; last night on The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert had some fun at those bastards' expense. "It is so nice to see the Swiss finally have an opinion on Hitler" is my favorite line, but "I like my coffee like I like my women: without Hitler" is… » 11/04/14 12:36pm 11/04/14 12:36pm

This Nespresso is Your Path to Easy Espresso, Has Never Been Cheaper

Update: Looks like it's sold out at $139 for now. Occasionally these deals come back after a brief hiatus, so check back later. » 10/17/14 10:20am 10/17/14 10:20am

The Coffee Genome Has Been Sequenced. Here's What That Means For You.

Now that the coffee plant genome has been sequenced, it's only a matter of time until we're all brewing up genetically engineered, super-caffeinated coffee beans, right? Maybe. Here's what we know now about coffee that we never knew before. » 9/05/14 5:26pm 9/05/14 5:26pm

​The Fittish Guide To Drinking

You drink a variety of things on any given day. Water, sure. Coffee, oh yes. And in the evening, you'll probably have a few beers or shots or what-have-you. Behold, Fittish's guide to everything you're drinking, and how to do it better. » 8/13/14 10:57am 8/13/14 10:57am

Whose Good Life Are These Coffee Shops "Positive Markers" Of?

A series of MIT Media Lab maps are percolating through the internet, showing the locations and "walksheds" of independent coffee shops in San Francisco, Brooklyn, and Cambridge. These shops play an important role in urban life, as the researchers explain in their project description: » 4/11/14 3:31pm 4/11/14 3:31pm

What Is Your City's Most Distinctive Starbucks Order?

Over on Quartz, Roberto A. Ferdman and David Yanofsky have mapped out a great dataset from Starbucks (above), showing which sorts of drinks are ordered in different parts of the country. » 4/04/14 2:54pm 4/04/14 2:54pm

Map: What's The Nearest Coffee Chain?

Washington's Weird Bikini Barista Culture

This past December I was sitting in a Manhattan restaurant with the rest of the Jezebel ladies for our annual staff dinner. I made an offhand comment about an acquaintance who'd once worked as a bikini barista. I might as well have said she'd once worked as a frog. "What's a 'bikini barista'?" said everyone, staring… » 2/05/14 3:21pm 2/05/14 3:21pm

Tennis Ref Accused Of Killing Husband With A Coffee Mug Did Not Kill…

This summer we told you the odd tale of Lois Goodman, a 70-year old tennis official that had been on her way to officiate a day of matches at the U.S. Open when police re-routed her to jail, arrested on suspicion of bludgeoning her husband to death with a coffee mug. Today, Goodman is a free woman, and has been… » 12/23/12 10:25am 12/23/12 10:25am

This Poor Dog Is Forced To Sit Outside Mets Games With A Pipe In Its…

As if you weren't already paying too much to see Justin Turner mash on Dillon Gee's behalf, a recent internet groundswell sheds light on another gross perversion inherent in the Citi Field experience. A dog, Coffee, sits outside the stadium, ostensibly for your amusement, in sunglasses or a Groucho Marx disguise, with… » 5/20/11 3:10pm 5/20/11 3:10pm