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…Java is a good soda flavor?


JavaPop is the nation’s first organic and fair trade certified coffee soda; a carbonated, non-dairy based, 100% natural coffee drink that’s “made from ingredients you can pronounce”. Though I’m skeptical about the taste of a coffee flavored soda, it sounds like it’s made of some good stuff, so I’d be interested to try it. Plus, they use recycled materials in all of their packaging, so you don’t have to worry about your drink downing the environment. How refreshing.


[Via: TreeHugger]

…7-Eleven wants to give you Fusion Energy?

7-Eleven Coffee

If the caffeine in your regular cup o’ joe just doesn’t seem to do it for you anymore, maybe it’s time to check out 7-Eleven’s new “Fusion Energy” coffee. The exclusive blend features guarana, ginseng and yerba maté, which are thought to boost energy and sharpen mental alertness. This isn’t going to be some kind of potent energy drink flavored coffee though, as it’s supposed to taste just like regular coffee (or at least regular 7-Eleven coffee). Considering that, supposedly, McDonald’s coffee beat out Starbucks coffee in a Consumer Reports taste test though, that might not be a bad thing.

[7-Eleven News Room]

[Starbucks Gossip – McDonald’s vs. Starbucks]

[Via: Slashfood]

…Coffee now comes in a tea bag?


OneCafé is a new kind of coffee that comes in the world’s first disposable single cup brewing solution. Similar to a tea bag, the OneCafé system is designed to be easy to store, easy to use, and easy to dispose. There is more than meets the eye.


[Via: Fosfor]

…Starbucks is spreading the cheer?

Cheer Pass

Starbucks is hoping to pass on some holiday cheer this season with their Cheer Pass program. The program centers around the giving and receiving of Cheer Passes. You can either download a Cheer Pass from the Starbucks Cheer Pass website, or hope that the next time you’re in a Starbucks store, they pass on a little cheer to you in the form of free samples of holiday beverages, bags of coffee or Starbucks Cards. Each Cheer Pass is uniquely numbered, and can be tracked on the Cheer Pass website. The program works like this: You receive a Cheer Pass along with cheer. You then give cheer to someone else, along with the card. They then give cheer to someone else, along with the card, and the chain of cheer continues on. When you receive a Cheer Pass, you can share the story of how your pass was passed on, and track the cheer that that pass has been a part of already. So what is cheer?

    It’s a random stranger holding the door open for you because you have a bunch of packages. It’s taking your kids out because you know your partner needs a rest. It’s covering for a coworker when they’re sick. It’s giving up your last piece of gum. It’s random. It’s selfless. It makes you feel good – whether you’re giving it or receiving it.

Sounds good, doesn’t it? Log on, print some passes, and start sharing the holiday cheer a little early this year. It’s never too soon to start.

[Cheer Pass Central]

[Via: Slashfood]