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Behold: the Aviatore Veloce Turbojet 100 coffee maker – a sculptural, aviation-grade aluminium alloy, stainless steel and bronze, single serving, high pressure brewing system that’s apparently very easy to operate despite its daunting appearance.

It’s also something of a collector’s item as only 100 will be made. Price on application.


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Behold Merigue Coffee – a monstrously sweet beverage created by Takeout Drawing café in Seoul, South Korea. Espresso and milk, topped with a mountainous meringue cookie.

The coffee, presumably, restarts your heart after you fall into a diabetic coma.



Pay with a poem?

Coffee for couplets?

Oh go on then.

Aidan Coughlan, of Lovin’ Dublin (and acclaimed editor of the buke), writes:

The concept is every bit as simple as it sounds – customers can opt to hand over a poem, written or spoken, in lieu of cash payments for their caffeine fix today.
We pulled the idea together at Lovin Dublin after local poet Kerrie O’Brien pointed out to us that a similar campaign was taking place across Europe, but that no Irish cafés were taking part. So we put out the call on Friday, and got a lovely pickup over the weekend, despite the very short notice….

Viva, Portobello
BB’s Coffee and Co, Hanover Quay
Clement and Pekoe, South William Street
Il Posto, St Stephen’s Green
Two Pups Coffee, Francis Street
Nick’s Coffee Co, Ranelagh (10am-close)
Books Upstairs, D’Olier Street (5-7pm)
Sasha House Petite, Drury Street (2pm-7pm)
Kaph, Drury Street (12-1pm – also, read your poem aloud for the chance to win a bag of coffee to take home)

Here’s A List Of The Dublin Cafés Where You Can ‘Pay With A Poem’ For Your Coffee Today (Lovin’Dublin)


This morning.

University College, Cork Student Centre.

Keelan Meade  writes:

Sexism with your morning coffee? The coffee shop in the UCC student centre is running a smart card discount campaign with the tag line ‘What’s your cup size?’. This is accompanied by an image of a bikini, where cups of coffee represent the bikini top/breasts (see above). I’m not sure what moron thought that was acceptable…

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This afternoon.

Sam writes:

The massive, now closed Fixx Coffee shop on the Corner of Dawson Street and Molesworth Street [Dublin] They are sorry but they are now closed until 2017…



(Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie)


This afternoon.

Anne writes:

Somehow “la Cabra” sounds less glam here than it might in other jurisdictions….

Joe update: