This post is a part of a blog series on Coffee by Tushar Shukla. Living…
I have been waiting to see this film ever since I saw the first look. Spider Man as a character…
DC rises above the studio battles and creates a joyous adventure ride. Aquaman is good old fun. imagine Thor underwater in the imaginary sequel of The Abyss, then Indiana Jones took him to Sahara and then they all fought the threat of global pollution. Geoff Johns’ vision finally comes to Atlantean life.
Continuing our blog series on coffee, we delve deeper into the processing of coffee. Let’s grab a Kenya and get a bit technical!
A fun “let’s do this some time again” walkback to Haddonfield’s blood gore glory. Horror equally balanced with drama and some classic Carpenter dread, McBride’s lighter touch and Green’s familiarity with suburbia. Classic homages aplenty, and a stronger, determined Laurie Strode.
Damien Chazelle’s atypical tale of ambition, belief, suffering, and crowning glory, with a musical score that’s befitting the legacy of the lunar landing.
Kafa had a king called Matto, with three wives and three houses. As a present to the king, the wife…
We continue to explore the magical world of Coffee, a series of posts on Coffee Connections.
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A series of new posts on tales on and around coffee, the love for coffee, the process, the science and culture, basically lots of coffee!