Coffee chains conduct staff cavity searches in the hope of finding ice cubes

Coffee chains conduct staff cavity searches in the hope of finding ice cubes

  Major high street coffee chains will begin conducting cavity searches on staff after ice cubes at various locations have been found to contain the bacteria from faeces.   Samples of iced drinks from Costa Coffee, Starbucks and Caffe Nero contained varying levels of the bacteria, but luckily it doesn’t take a genius to work…

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How to make a cup of coffee for the smallest colleague in the world

How to make a cup of coffee for the smallest colleague in the world

  Making a cup of coffee for your colleagues is as much a part of work life etiquette as ringing in sick on a Monday morning because you’ve overdone it at the weekend or having a stand up row with somebody that works in accounts. As society recognises the need for greater diversity and inclusiveness…

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The danger of telling colleagues how to make a decent cup of coffee

The danger of telling colleagues how to make a decent cup of coffee

  The perfect cup of coffee is a bit like the perfect woman or the perfect man. We all have a very unique take on what perfection actually is. Just like choosing a partner, if you decide to openly share your ideas about what perfection is with your colleagues, you’ll more than likely face a…

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Starbucks says its Unicorn Frappuccino is authentic because it doesn’t actually exist

Starbucks says its Unicorn Frappuccino is authentic because it doesn’t actually exist

  Starbucks says its Unicorn Frappuccino is a more authentic flavour than the Frappuccino latte because just like Unicorns, it doesn’t actually exist.   The coffee chain faces a $10 million trademark infringement lawsuit that is being brought by The End, an independent coffee shop based in Brooklyn, New York (a place completely devoid of…

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