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Why Timber Outdoor Blinds Are A Natural Alternative

Published on October 29, 2014, by in News.

Did you know that timber outdoor blinds can serve several important purposes for the exterior of your home? These include (but are not limited to) heat protection, light control, blocking wind and blocking rain. Whilst there are a number of different blind materials to choose from (such as PVC), you should definitely opt for timber

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How To Choose Perfect Custom Made Rugs For Your Space

Published on July 1, 2014, by in News.

In the eyes of many homeowners, custom made rugs are an investment both visually and financially. Choosing the right type of rug for your home is as much about the way it looks as the way it feels underneath your feet – you don’t want to fork out hundreds or even thousands of dollars for

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Turkey Cuisine: Best Restaurants in Bursa

Published on June 10, 2014, by in News.

Turkey has one of the best delicacies in the world. They are usually served in its many restaurants all over the country. Bursa in particular, has some of the best restaurants that provide one with the finest Turkish cuisine. It is located in the northwestern part of the country and can be easily reached by

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Michael Breach Reveals his Latte Art Secrets

Published on September 30, 2013, by in News.

Michael Breach specialises in Latte art and focuses his work on celebrity portraits and has created Latte art for some of the biggest international celebrities. Some of the names he has drawn include Victoria Beckham, Justin Timberlake and Breaking Bad’s Walter White. But Michael suggest that their are many critics that do not enjoy his

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Coffee Shop Allows Customers to buy Homeless People a Coffee

Published on April 15, 2013, by in News.

A coffee shop located in east London now uses an initiative that allows customers to buy a drink for the poor or homeless and is the first of its kind to do so. The scheme that allows customers to buy an extra drink for a poor or needy person when they are buying their own.

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Fantastic Espresso Art Contemplation

Published on December 19, 2012, by in News.

There are some fantastic pieces of art that have been made by splitting the coffee with the cream at the top to make fantastic pieces of art that should get more recognition than it already does for the imagination and innovation below are some of my favourites. This is a Fantastic piece of art where

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Coffee good or bad?

Published on June 29, 2012, by in News.

It is said that two cups of coffee a day could reduce the risk of heart failure but more than 5 a day cab be bad for you. From a survey they found that you were 11% less likely to have heart failure. Heart failure is when the heart cannot pump enough blood for the

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Japan serving gourment coffee around the clock

Published on June 15, 2012, by in News.

Japan has is trying to go for 14 hour coffee store, right now there are 45,000 stores in Japan selling gourmet coffee. Japan has two big companies that sell coffee and now partnered up and are looking to install a lot machines in thousands of their total stores. Their trying to compete with the coffee

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Alzheimer delayed by coffee

Published on June 11, 2012, by in News.

USF researchers have found out that drinking coffee can reduce the process of Alzheimer. The research says that adults that drink around three to four cups a day are really less likely to get Alzheimer. Coffee is seen as bad in many eyes but researchers said people only have to worry about caffeine for children

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Emma Bridgewater design limited editing mug for Starbucks

Published on May 29, 2012, by in News.

STARBUCKS has partnered up with pottery corporation Emma Bridgewater to make merry the best of British. The US coffee colossal hired Bridgewater to create a limited edition runs of 6,000 mugs, which go on trade tomorrow. The mugs, which cost £19.95 each, are made at Bridgewater’s factory in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Starbucks claims that the tie-up

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