6 am - You stumble around in the morning until your hand grasps hold of some beans.
Nothing like the smell of a freshly brewed coffee. Waking up your senses and your mind.
10 am – It’s morning tea and the perfect time to check in with your local barista Sam and get him to froth you a cappuccino like no bodies business
2 pm - Your eyelids are falling, so you sneak into the kitchen at work and make yourself an afternoon latte.
Is this you?
People may give you the look of shame and tell you, you’re addicted.
But, not here and definitely not today.
New research shows that people who drink up to three cups of coffee a day could have a longer life.
#winning #longblack #now
Results from the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, a 16-year study of more than half a million people across Europe revealed coffee reduces the risk of premature death from any cause.
This is good news, especially because across the globe we can’t get enough of the stuff.
Get this, within the next 15 years the number of coffee shops is set to outnumber pubs in Europe!
Beer or Coffee? hmm
So, how many is too many?
In Finland the average person goes through 12 kilos a year, the Norwegians churn through about 10 kilograms, while Aussies average at 3 kilograms a year.
Personally, if I have too many I end up sounding and feeling like a wired, strung-out cat.