The Blue Pod Coffee Co Blog
Author: Rob Date Posted: 10 September 2012
Coffee isn’t the first spice that comes to mind when thinking about new ways to serve chicken, but that’s what’s so great about it.
Author: Rob Date Posted: 4 September 2012
While we don’t always consciously think of it as a romantic beverage, coffee has a lot in common with the world’s most famous romantic beverage: fine wine.
Author: Rob Date Posted: 20 July 2012
What will it be, coffee or cocktails? Why not make it both! Coffee makes the perfect mixer.
Author: Ben Date Posted: 10 July 2012
When we think of coffee as a flavouring ingredient in foods, we usually think of using it in desserts like coffee ice cream, but not as a spice.
Author: Rob Date Posted: 29 June 2012
The age old battle has a new field: Where is the Coffee Capital of Australia?
Author: Rob Date Posted: 18 June 2012
In the past, coffee got a bad rap when it came to your health. While pundits expounded on the virtues of herbal teas, coffee was seen to have few benefits beyond waking you up in the morning and keeping you going after lunch.
Author: Rob Date Posted: 12 June 2012
Until just a little over a quarter of a century ago, Australia was largely a nation of tea drinkers. When someone said, “Let’s have a cuppa,” the assumption was that they meant tea.
Author: Rob Date Posted: 5 June 2012
Free: A Sceptic’s Guide to the Blue Pod Free Coffee Machine Offer
Author: Rob Schneider Date Posted: 11 April 2012
Today, the Lavazza name stands for taste and style, but it wasn’t an overnight success story.
Author: Darren Date Posted: 23 March 2012
I'm a caffeine fiend. If you're a customer of Bluepod Coffee, you probably are too. This is nothing to be ashamed of!
Author: Darren Date Posted: 13 November 2011
Known to little, many consider coffee to be a useful tool to predict one’s fortune.
Author: Darren Date Posted: 28 September 2011
People are always telling us that too much coffee is bad for our health. But luckily for us, those people are lying! Here are five reasons that studies suggest we should keep up the caffeine:
Author: Darren Date Posted: 1 September 2011
If you’ve tried it, you’ll know that the Espresso Martini is the greatest invention known to man. The mixture of vodka, coffee and Kahlua works surprisingly well.
Author: Darren Date Posted: 24 August 2011
Ever wondered which historical figures drunk coffee, and what they had to say about it?... No? Well we have, so we put this post together for you.
Author: Darren Date Posted: 17 August 2011
Can coffee change the world?
Author: Darren Date Posted: 9 August 2011
If you’re choosing between tea and coffee, here’s some advice that may help you make the right decision (which is coffee, by the way).
Author: Darren Date Posted: 2 August 2011
A piece at The Age this week covered a Melbourne-based theatre group performing Johannes Bach’s “The Coffee Cantata” – a musical about a young coffee-addicted woman who is forced by her father to break the habit.
Author: Darren Date Posted: 27 July 2011
This week at Blue Pod we’ve decided to pay homage to one of the simplest, most delicious, yet strangely also most overlooked, desserts on the planet: the Affogato.
Author: Bluepod Date Posted: 21 April 2010
Coffee is so much a part of Italian culture, the idea of not drinking it is as foreign as the idea of having to explain its rituals.
Author: Nick Date Posted: 15 January 2010
The word Barista simply means someone who is skilled at making great coffee.