This rich, spicy, and delicately sweet latte made with white chocolate, chai, and marshmallow is sure to warm you up, wake you up, and like its namesake... help you prepare for all and any adventures that lie ahead. As an added bonus, the White Walker is also packed with immune-boosting antioxidants to fend off pesty autumn colds. This recipe makes four eight-ounce or two sixteen-ounce lattes. Hope you enjoy it!
Our favorite early autumn lattes
Rich pecan pie, chocolate, superfood, and maple syrup... this autumn's most coveted lattes are rich, decadent, and surprisingly healthy. Packed with antioxidants+, these (mostly) naturally sweet fall-flavored lattes are sure to perk you up, boost your immune system, and get your mouth watering.
Autumn vibes, coffee vibes
Autumn is in the air and that means the coffee is brewing! We're happy to be back to Coffee With The Queen and to share our two new autumn coffees, Autumn Harvest Blend and Witch's Brew. Autumn Harvest Blend is a smooth, full-bodied medium roast blend of two creamy South American and one crisp Central... Continue Reading →
Book extract: Death by coffee from Coffee fables, tales, and truths
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. To purchase or learn more about our book, please click here. Death by coffee... Continue Reading →
Coffee drinks: What’s in a name?
Espresso? Cappuccino? Ristretto ... even Java? Ever wonder how your favorite coffee drink got its name? In this blog entry, we uncover the truth behind some of the most famous (and sometimes odd) names in the world of coffee! Espresso– Café Espresso translates from Italian to pressed out coffee -- which makes sense as espresso... Continue Reading →
Spring’s hottest (and coldest) coffee drinks
A little café bubbly, flora lattes, caffeine-light brew, and... mold fermented coffee beans? This season's coffee trends are as diverse as they are tasty! From sparking coffee to tailored blends these drinks give coffee lovers five good reasons to celebrate.
The queen’s praline latte
Delicious brown sugar, crushed pecans, and coffee combine to make this delectable, sticky-sweet, and nutty latte. Below are three equally delicious takes on the queen's praline latte -- trust me, anyone you choose will be worth the calories! What you will need A double shot of espresso or 1 cup of strongly brewed coffee A... Continue Reading →
Cup of joe — an expression of love, laziness, or derision?
In a world where flat whites are trendy, espressos are sophisticated, and a fine drip cup is educated, the good 'ol cup of joe is the steady, understated everyman's drink. It's a friend and the fun kind at that -- the one with dubious origins and a touch of scandal. From outright insult to an interesting amalgamation, here are the potential origins of the phrase cup of joe.
To subscribe or not to subscribe: the pros and cons of a coffee subscription
Purchasing a coffee subscription is a commitment most of us enter somewhat blindly. In this entry, we are shedding light on subscription nuances, describing what we've found -- based on our years of offering coffee subscriptions -- to be subscription pros, subscription cons, and questions to ask before subscribing.
Burlap coffee sack: the upcyclable, recyclable, eco-friendly coffee bean data file.
ous questions about our burlap wrappings -- why we use burlap, where it came from, and what to do with it after you unwrap your coffee. In this blog, we are going to answer all of these questions, starting with my favorite thing about burlap, the data map.
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