Waiting in line is part of the experience at Blue Bottle Coffee Company. Founder James Freeman believes coffee gets stale within minutes, so every cup is individually brewed. WSJ's Julia Flynn Siler profiles Blue Bottle's story.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JUNE 07, 2013
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - LIBERTY AVENUE COFFEE CUP LLC
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These days, it seems like everybody has the same old theories about Game Of Thrones. “Jon Snow is Azor Ahai” “Daenerys is Azor Ahai” “Jon Snow is half Targaryan” “Jaime is going to kill Cersei.”
Can you say boring? How have fan theories about our favorite show become so dull when there are still so many avenues left unexplored?
As a huge GoT geek, I really wanted to develop some new theories about Westeros. But I wanted to do it right. So, I decided to caffeinate.
I mean, really caffeinate. I lined up 19 big old cups of coffee, reflected on the show’s intricacies, and the ideas flowed. I finally saw GoT with clarity — my mind was opening. Read more...More about Watercooler, Film, Hbo, Game Of Thrones, and Jon Snow
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A friend of mine was visiting the other day – we’ll call this friend Donnie – and I offered Donnie a cup of coffee. He said he wanted one, so I asked whether he wanted it cold or hot. He wanted hot, so I pulled a pitcher of cold brew coffee from the fridge, filled up a cup with it, and microwaved it for just enough time to get it steaming hot. He loved it. He asked where I had ...
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- You’re just 1 minute away from iced coffee with the HyperChiller
By Molly Levine - Thursday Jun 15, 2017
‘Tis the season for cold drinks, but homemade iced coffee is difficult for those starting with the standard boiling-hot pot.
If you’re not a cold brew connoisseur, the HyperChiller may be the answer to your prayers. The device cools coffee up to 130 degrees F in 60 seconds with zero dilution.
Be sure to plan ahead, though. After filling the stainless steel chambers with water, throw it in the freezer overnight. When it’s time for your morning joe, pour any coffee into the top and swirl it around, then pour into the cup of your choosing. Read more...More about Mashable Shopping, Shopping Solo, Culture, Innovations, and Consumer Tech
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