The life, death and rebirth of "New York's Coffee Cup" Anthora
In 2006, the iconic Anthora paper coffee cup was discontinued. Nine years later, it's back due to popular demand. Here is its product life cycle, from design roots to the waste dump.
Stumptown and the rise of third-wave coffee culture
From Guatemalan farms to corporate buyouts, what will the future hold for America's most famous alternative coffee gurus?
Nestlé's latest bid to have you buy their creamer features nude baristas
Of course, it's a marketing stunt.
Cannabis coffee is now a thing
As of right now there are two places to purchase weed coffee, California and the Pacific Northwest.
This is the strongest cup of coffee, according to science
Here's how to getting the most caffeine out of every sip.
Can you fatally overdose on coffee?
Hopes&Fears answers questions from our readers and friends, with the help of people who know what they're talking about. Today, we wonder about death and caffeine.
What is the cost of a grande cup of black coffee around the world?
Whether starting off your day or pummeling through 4pm fatigue, it's there when you need it. But a cup of joe can go for a lot, depending where you live. In this week's City Index, we explore coffee.