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Further proof that there are not many places too small for a coffee shop as one of the smallest coffee shops in Birmingham has recently opened up – inside a telephone box!
"I wanted to bring something different to the city. The red boxes are iconic to our image as Brits." Jake Hollier
The coffee shop was rented by Jake Hollier and is rather fittingly called Jake’s Coffee Box, It’s located in Eden Place near Colmore Row, Birmingham.
Somewhere else thinking outside the box is Brighton’s Pavilion Gardens where two phone boxes have recently been utilised to sell Coffee and Ice cream.
What a great idea it is to keep these iconic landmarks useful and appealing for busy commuters.
Comedian Simon Evans returns with a new series about the economics of some of the goods - or bads - we are addicted to. If you crave your daily coffee, can't get by without a cigarette, feel that mid-afternoon
According to new research, your business should be encouraging coffee breaks!
Data collated by MessageBase found a wide range of surprising facts about our office habits including when you are at your most productive. They found that around 25% of the entire output of an eight hour day is achieved between 10am and 12pm. A further increase in productivity can be seen straight after a coffee break with the most productive hour being between 11am and 12pm which could account to 13.5% of the entire days output! In conclusion the pre-lunch part of the day is where we are most productive.
In other areas of the study they find that biscuits could potential sway the outcome of a business deal with a prospective client; most preferring shortbread over a pink wafer, we find that having biscuits available can only be a good thing.
Apparently smelly food should be avoided and inconsiderately helping yourself to coffee without offering is a red flag to your colleagues. So our advice to keep you in good stead with the office and to give the business a sharp productivity spike make everyone a coffee!
Two cups a day improve men’s performance in the bedroom, regardless of weight or blood pressure, finds study of nearly 4,000 participants
We all know that drinking coffee has many benefits, including getting us out of bed on those dreary Monday mornings and giving us that extra push to get through the day however, recent research has revealed that two cups of this miracle beverage can not only brighten our day but even improve our love lives!
The Daily Telegraph has recently reported that in a study of over 4,000 applicants 42% of male coffee drinkers were less likely to suffer erectile dysfunction if they were to drink 2 cups a day. This seemingly was the sweet spot as more or less than this showed less favourable results.
Caffeine was shown to stimulate the female Libido. However the effect may be short lived to non-existent to women who drink coffee on a regular basis.
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