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P Is for Pumpkin Spice, the Shakerato, and Heating Up Cold Brew Coffee

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A bag of flavored Pumpkin Spice coffee behind a wooden pumpkin, a mug, and ground and stick cinnamon.
Christopher C. Sep 26, 2022
  • Pumpkin Spice Is Now Dictionary Official

    By Zac Cadwalader for Sprudge

    “Pumpkin spice joins the like of sponcon, yeet, sus, metaverse, altcoin, and oat milk as the newest officially recognized words in the English language. It’s been a long time in the making, this pumpkin spicing of the dictionary. The term has been around for nearly a century, but it wasn’t until the last 20 years or so that pumpkin spice really started to grab the attention of the world at large.”

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  • Misunderstood Coffee Drinks: The Shakerato

    By Eddie P. Gomez for Barista Magazine

    “Elusive, elegant, and definitely one of the most refreshing cold drinks available during warm weather, the caffé shakerato is an espresso-based drink that is typically served up foamy in a martini glass. It’s a popular drink in Italy throughout the summer months. A well-made shakerato delivers an intense but balanced flavor punch, even though it is made of only three ingredients: espresso, sugar, and ice.”

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  • Here's What Happens If You Heat Up Cold Brew Coffee

    By Wendy Leigh for Tasting Table

    “Cold brew coffee, favored by many java junkies for its smooth, relatively mild flavor, actually packs a concentrated caffeine punch. After the beans and water co-mingle for all those hours, the caffeine content in a single cup of cold-brew can harbor from 10 to 30 more milligrams of caffeine than its hot-brew counterpart. That fact, along with other considerations, is why it helps to know what happens when you heat up cold brew coffee.”

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