Disposable coffee cups are not as big a problem in Italy, where people get their caffeine fix from a quick espresso served at the bar in a ceramic cup. Here's why we should adopt the same habit in North America.   While traveling in Sardinia, Italy, my husband and I stopped at a small roadside bar for an early morning coffee. The barista pul...

Bialetti (www.bialetti.com), the leading Italian cookware and coffee maker company, announced today that it has expanded its U.S. online presence with the launch of its own Bialetti USA e-commerce website. Shoppers visiting the new Bialetti site can purchase the company's complete line of cookware and coffee products, as well as authentic spare par...

Coffee to Italy is what wine is to France or what a good cup of tea is to England. It's a drink that's taken seriously and you'll find it almost anywhere in Italy, whether in a busy café or in your sweet and delicious tiramisu. Basically, the Italians know coffee and they know it well. It is no wonder that Starbucks isn't operating in the country....

The Italians have certain things sussed when it comes to well-being. From coffee culture to shopping at markets, we've picked up habits that have enhanced our lives here. Whether you live in Italy or not, here's a list of ways you too could adopt an Italian lifestyle.   Go to the market more – Most small towns in Italy have a market at least...

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc., (GMCR) (NASDAQ: GMCR), a leader in specialty coffee and beverages with its innovative Keurig® brewing technology, and Luigi Lavazza SpA, the symbol of Italian coffee around the world, announced today that they have reached a multi-year agreement to bring the authenticity of Italy's favorite coffee, Lavazza®, to...

Get a taste of Italy in your own home and see why Lavazza coffee is appropriately branded as 'Italy's Favorite Coffee'. Coffee connoisseurs may have heard about the famed Lavazza coffee and despaired of ever getting to try it. Daily Cuppa Coffee now ships it to homes throughout the US.   Daily Cuppa Coffee seeks to preserve Lavazza's excelle...

By Summer Whitford   If you're going to order coffee in Italy, you'll probably want to do it the right way. If you don't want to be taken for a tourist in Italy, abandon your regular afternoon grande latte; placing your order for one will either earn you looks of scorn or consternation. Dorothy, you, and Toto aren't in Kansas anymo...

By Ian Anderson   Later this summer, longtime North Park coffee roaster Caffé Calabria will launch its first offsite expansion in 15 years, opening a satellite coffee bar in a ground-floor storefront at the 1 Columbia Place high-rise in downtown's Columbia neighborhood.   A second expansion will be quick to follow, this one south of t...

by John Ortved What if the cappuccino you had this morning was not, in fact, a cappuccino? Scary. More worrisome still: What if your flat white was? There was a time when cappuccino was easy to identify. It was a shot of espresso with steamed milk and a meringue-like milk foam on top.   But now the onetime king of specialty coffee drinks i...

Lavazza announced details of a new global collaboration featuring tennis legend, Andre Agassi. The partnership positions Agassi as Lavazza's spokesperson for the world of tennis, and officially kicks off this years US Open with a special event and promotion for spectators, along with teasers taking place around New York City. The 120-year-old authe...