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What is Bubble Tea?

July 6 2013
With summer here, Bubble Teas are one of the most popular offerings at Jaho. Yet, many people ar...

Quick Fact 2: Napoleon owed his success to the cafe!?

July 27 2010
Renowned French leader Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) loved coffee so much he gave it to his troo...

Quick Fact: The first coffee shops were in Turkey!?

February 25 2010
A coffee house established in 1554 in Constantinople (now Instanbul) is thought to be the world's...

Coffee Painting

August 26 2009
You can have coffee in your cake, coffee in your gelato, and coffee in your wonderfully art deco ...

A Delicious History of Chocolate

July 27 2009
For many people coffee has a lot to do with chocolate; and to some women, it is more of a best fr...

The Buzz On Decaf

July 21 2009
Sometimes a cup of coffee is more than a caffeine buzz, though there are some that might be shock...

Coffee Roasting 101

July 14 2009
Lately, as I have been dealing a lot with coffee beans and watching my boss roast them, I realize...

Coffee Origins: Kona

June 29 2009
Recently, as Jaho has started roasting its own coffee, I have been exposed to new types. One of t...

Getting Personal With Your Cup Of Coffee

June 16 2009
Just like fine wines, gourmet coffee has its own specific types of guidelines that help us rate i...

Why I Thank Kaldi Every Morning

March 11 2009
Every morning over my cup of dark roast I’m reminded of Kaldi, the goatherd who first disco...

What About Tea?

February 25 2009
It seems about time that I came to the subject of tea, as it is also an important facet of Jaho, ...

Arabica vs. Robusta

January 25 2009
Before coffee is dried, roasted and ground, it is carefully grown as a cash crop in countries all...

Fair Trade: Better Coffee and a Better World

January 21 2009
Seems not too long ago I was a caffeine hungry college freshman, not caring where my coffee came ...