KEEP DRINKING COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEEEEEEEE

Considering that fourth cup of coffee? Go right ahead, says a panel of experts. (Just don't blame them if you get the jitters then maybe freak out on a colleague.) » 2/20/15 3:30pm 2/20/15 3:30pm

There Should Be Two Lines at Bars: a Manifesto

As people waste our time debating how much to tip baristas (the correct amount: the small pile of coins they give back to you after your transaction is complete) and bartenders ($1 per drink), a second, much more significant beverage problem has once again been overlooked: the frustrating delays caused by people who… » 2/09/15 9:33am 2/09/15 9:33am

The Best Travel Mug

Taking the bulk of the thousands of votes you cast, the Contigo Autoseal West Loop Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Easy Clean Lid has sealed up the title of Best Travel Mug, and kept it warm all day. » 11/10/14 1:00pm 11/10/14 1:00pm

Five Best Travel Mugs

Our call for Best Travel Mug contenders was one of the biggest and most contested we've ever had. You've poured and sealed an awesome list of five nominees, and now it's time to vote. » 11/06/14 4:00pm 11/06/14 4:00pm

What's the Best Travel Mug?

There's an amazing amount of coffee coverage across our network, and today we want to figure out which brew-carrying vessel is best. Head for the comments and sound off. » 11/04/14 2:30pm 11/04/14 2:30pm

​Bikini Coffee Stands at the Center of a Prostitution Ring Scandal

A woman in Washington has been charged with allegedly running a multimillion dollar prostitution ring and money laundering service out of her bikini coffee stand franchises. » 9/01/14 3:20pm 9/01/14 3:20pm

Coffee Shop Uses Honor System to Charge Customers

A coffee shop in North Dakota relies on honesty and good old fashioned human decency when it comes to charging customers for their product. » 8/25/14 12:50pm 8/25/14 12:50pm

Butter in Your Coffee? The Bulletproof Craze, Explained.

If you aren't drinking your own Bulletproof/butter coffee right this second then it's like you don't even know about things that everyone is doing now. So let's talk more about this new trend that is not really new but looks to be headed straight for a mainstream near you. » 6/18/14 12:40pm 6/18/14 12:40pm

Dude, You Might Be Able to Get a Degree in Coffee

Get your snide remarks ready because UC Davis is mulling over a new major focusing on … coffee. Yes, coffee, the stuff that drives humans to doom and mania if they don’t get their fix first thing in the morning or that crucial hour in the afternoon. As alma maters go, I’m glad mine is front and center on this,… » 3/14/14 6:30pm 3/14/14 6:30pm

Washington's Weird Bikini Barista Culture

This past December I was sitting in a Manhattan restaurant with the rest of the Jezebel ladies for our annual staff dinner. I made an offhand comment about an acquaintance who'd once worked as a bikini barista. I might as well have said she'd once worked as a frog. "What's a 'bikini barista'?" said everyone, staring… » 2/05/14 3:01pm 2/05/14 3:01pm

Hot Coffee: Now With Objectification and Shame

Washington's thriving coffee porn industry is starting to piss off the neighbors. If an ordinary sense of shame doesn't prevent people from driving to a place where a half-naked woman serves you coffee, the police are about to try... » 1/28/14 4:20pm 1/28/14 4:20pm

Study Finds One-Tenth of Adults Believe Coffee Causes Cancer

Hey, it's time to play everyone's favorite game, "A Study Has Found!" Today's lucky contestant is a study that has found nearly one-tenth of adults incorrectly believe coffee is a direct cause of cancer. No really. » 12/16/13 9:40am 12/16/13 9:40am

You'd Rather Have Coffee Than Morning Sex

Coffee or morning sex? Because we live in modern times and have both Starbucks and Craigslist Casual Encounters, most people with internet access and a mode of transportation don't have to choose. And thank god! Because a new study indicates that if we did have to, we'd choose coffee, which would definitely result in… » 10/07/13 11:10am 10/07/13 11:10am

Coffee Milkshakes Are Turning Us All into Jittery Rhino-People

Sunday is National Coffee Day, a holiday NBC News would like to observe by telling us all that coffee drinks — our lattes and frappucinos and frothing, caramel-drizzled macchiatos — are slowly turning us into race of jittery behemoths. We will stomp around the world frantically until our hearts explode in our chests… » 9/28/13 5:45pm 9/28/13 5:45pm

Coffee Might Keep You From Killing Yourself

Coffee addicts of the world, brace yourself for validation: new research from Harvard (so you know it's smart) indicates that coffee doesn't just prevent you from acting like a c-word to your coworkers. It might actually prevent suicide. And here you thought "I'd DIE without my coffee!" was just hyperbole. » 7/26/13 5:10pm 7/26/13 5:10pm

Supervillain Tim Gunn Enjoys Espresso While Plotting World Domination

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 22: Coffee lover and apparent supervillain Tim Gunn shares his savvy and sophisticated tips for entertaining with Nespresso this summer on May 22, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Nespresso) » 5/22/13 11:15pm 5/22/13 11:15pm

All the Characters on Friends Were Suicidal Caffeine Junkies, FYI

It may seem pointless to discuss the coffee-drinking habits of television characters that faded away in 2004, but the Internet is a repository of pointless stuff, and, anyway, you’ve probably always wanted to know if Chandler’s caffeine consumption was physically dangerous. Didn’t it seem like everyone on Friends » 4/29/13 10:30pm 4/29/13 10:30pm

Couple Is Addicted to Coffee Enemas, Pooping Their Brains Out

My Strange Addiction, the show that documents the human experience — if by "human" you mean "freaks" and by "experience" you mean "eating inedible shit like couch cushions and gasoline"— returns to TLC on February 13th with a new season. In the first episode we meet a married couple who are addicted to coffee… » 2/05/13 4:30pm 2/05/13 4:30pm

Tennis Ref Accused Of Killing Husband With A Coffee Mug Did Not Kill…

This summer we told you the odd tale of Lois Goodman, a 70-year old tennis official that had been on her way to officiate a day of matches at the U.S. Open when police re-routed her to jail, arrested on suspicion of bludgeoning her husband to death with a coffee mug. Today, Goodman is a free woman, and has been… » 12/23/12 4:20pm 12/23/12 4:20pm