Coffee rust? It's real and it's attacking your favorite coffee plants. Okay, that was a bit dramatic. While true, the situation isn't quite as apocalyptic as you may have been lead to believe -- though coffee rust does threaten global coffee supply, particularly Central American coffee, it does not signal the end of coffee.
Stock up now, coffee will be gone by 2050! If you read the news, you've likely felt shock, horror, and finally, despair at the headlines pronouncing our beloved bean's imminent demise. Thankfully, the whole truth is much less dire.
Ready to fool your guests into believing you have an at-home barista? It is much easier than you think! Regardless of the brew method or beans chosen, adhering to these coffee making musts will ensure you always have a great cup.
Coffee fables, tales, and truths is TheQueenBean's take on the history of coffee. From the origin story to modern-day coffee barons, Coffee fables, tales, and truths shares our laughter, lessons, and love for the beloved bean. Below is an excerpt from one of our fables.
Coffee soap, the antioxidant-boosting, cellulite-busting, stretch mark-reducing, gets the garlic smell off your hands bar of wonder. If you have yet to be indoctrinated into the wonderful world of coffee soap, the recipes below are sure to be a treat.
From seasonal coffee flavors, to special deals and coffee gift collections, we have a wonderful selection of gifts for your coffee lover! To learn more, please visit or download our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide! Queen Bean Coffee Company 2019 Holiday Gift GuideDownload
Sipping coffee any time of the day or evening helps you feel alert and perky but consuming caffeine at key moments during your day — such as when your cortisol levels are low, before a workout, or during a meeting can elevate performance and maximize your coffee's impact. Keep reading to learn more. Make sure... Continue Reading →
Drinking, scrubbing, and just all-out loving your coffee tightens and brightens your skin, gives your hair that youthful glow.
Coffee enthusiasts love to share photos of sweeping mountain landscapes, bright-eyed workers, and rough, earth-covered hands cupping a pile of fresh beans. Those images are real and convey the gentle, inspiring side of coffee growing but there is another side. A very dark, very sinister, very brutal side of coffee growing that too many farmers... Continue Reading →