Does Coffee Prevent Type 2 Diabetes?

Some potentially very good news here for the major coffee consumers out there. According to one recent study, coffee not only appears to have the ability to lower your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, but scientists identified two compounds in the coffee which...

Brazil – Coopfam

This is the first in an occasional series on the origins of the coffees we carry at A&E. The life of Coopfam beans begins at 3900 feet in Brazil. Coopfam is a Brazilian Fair Trade Producer group of small farmers. The ICO’s Coffee Club website is an interesting...

Making coffee matter

The rich history of coffee is one that spans the globe, a history of magical beans locking the flavor of a place within them, waiting to be released into a cup, to be savored. It is also a history that connects continents, and connects people. Each bean speaks the...

Perenial Wheat Coffee

I recently learned that there is a perennial wheat plant that sends it roots down 10 feet, reducing soil erosion, top soil fertilization, water needs and crop rotation. It could radically change our farming paradigm for long-term environmental good. Studies are...

Latte art

A huge bravo from us, at A&E Roastery, to this talented barista in Fargo, North Dakota – for making coffee that’s not just delicious, but beautiful as well. Cassandra Lien embellishes beverages with rosettes, flowers, butterflies, pumpkins, cats and skulls,...

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