coffee

  • Thailand News

    Brewing partnership blends for anti-ageing coffee, health innovation

    To revolutionise healthcare, Revomed Group and Mahidol University have joined in a partnership aimed at crafting cutting-edge health products including anti-ageing coffee and advancing research. Associate Professor Dr Sarawut Thepanondh, Dean of the Public Health Faculty at Mahidol University, unveiled the ambitious five-year collaboration, highlighting its focus on product development, knowledge enhancement, and brand elevation. Under this dynamic project, Mahidol…

  • Technology News

    Revolutionising coffee experience with a Web3 venture

    Coffee Culture, a trailblazing online store for all things coffee, is venturing into the realm of Web3 with the introduction of its groundbreaking platform, Coffee Unchained. Inspired by the success stories of industry giants like Starbucks, VeeFriends, and Nike to mention a few, who have successfully utilized blockchain technology to strengthen their communities through NFTs. “As soon as we saw…

  • Guides

    Explore Thailand’s emerging coffee culture: Some insights

    Thailand’s coffee scene is on the brink of a revolution. Gone are the days when traditional and instant coffees ruled the roost. A more refined coffee culture is blossoming across the country, marking a significant shift from its past. This transformation kicked off two decades ago, with the advent of Black Canyon and the arrival of Starbucks in 1998. These…

  • Thailand News

    Thai company sues Chinese coffee chain Luckin Coffee over trademark infringement

    Thailand’s 50R Group unleashed a US$290 million (10 billion baht) legal storm against Chinese coffee giant Luckin Coffee. The lawsuit is over alleged economic losses during a trademark dispute that has shaken the caffeine industry. Thailand’s 50R Group claims it legally staked its claim to the Luckin trademark with the Thai Ministry of Commerce in 2020, unveiling stores in December…

  • Thailand News

    Altitude alert: Flight attendant spills beans on why plane coffee gets a turbulent reaction (video)

    A flight attendant sparked a heated discussion on social media by revealing why passengers should avoid drinking coffee served on planes. The video clip was posted on the TikTok account @ichbinvin, responding to a query initially raised on the website Reddit about the dirty little secrets of working on an aircraft. The flight attendant, Kevin, agreed with another netizen’s comment,…

  • Business News

    The Coffee Club expands with 24/7 and pet-friendly services in Bangkok

    The Minor Food Group Plc subsidiary, The Coffee Club, is venturing into new market avenues with its innovative 24-hour service and pet-friendly concept at specific locations. This strategy has been adopted to increase sustainable sales and enhance customer experience. Nongchanok Stananonth, the General Manager, highlighted that their inaugural 24/7 Coffee Club at Staybridge Suites Bangkok, Sukhumvit 55, opened its doors…

  • Thailand News

    Online beverage shop rouses uproar for negative quote on customer’s cup, sparking debate on social media

    A viral post on social media sparked debate after a woman, who ordered a drink through an online application, was taken aback by the negative quote written on her cup. The beverage shop, known for its creativity, typically writes profound quotes on its products. However, the woman felt insulted by the negative quote. Despite the mixed reactions of netizens, many…

  • Thailand News

    Brew-haha: Lazada and Shopee ban Lung Jun Coffee beans over explicit content

    Two leading Asian e-commerce platforms, Lazada and Shopee, have banned Lung Jun Coffee after discovering the brand sold coffee beans with explicit pictures and advertisements referring to a man and woman’s private parts. ThaiRath reported that concerned locals, upon encountering Lung Jun’s coffee beans on an e-commerce platform and noticing social media posts drawing attention to the explicit brand’s content,…

  • Crime News

    The bold brew: Audacious coffee thief meets his downfall in Chon Buri

    The brewing aroma of coffee and a dash of audacity led to a brazen coffee thief’s downfall in Sri Racha, Chon Buri province. Ruengrit Chinpracha pilfered artisanal coffee-making equipment from a local café and set about selling his ill-gotten loot on social media. However, swift investigation and resourceful digital sleuthing by local law enforcement led to the 22 year old’s arrest…

  • Crime News

    Truck driver awakens to stolen coffee cargo: 120 boxes missing

    Last night, a 37 year old truck driver from Buriram province was stunned when he woke up to find part of his truckload of coffee missing. Having left the Nong Khae Industrial Estate in Saraburi province to deliver the popular brand of coffee to Khon Kaen province, Thien had parked by Mitraphap Road in Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima, due to…

  • Cafe

    Best cafes in Ari: exploring the Ari’s cafe scene

    Step into Ari, a popular Bangkok neighbourhood where coffee, food, and art meet to create a cafe culture worth experiencing. The neighbourhood is well-known among the locals for boasting the best cafes in Bangkok. Explore a scene where flavours blend smoothly, ambience approaches, and creativity thrives. Read on and prepare to be wow-ed by Ari’s appealing cafe scene! 7 best…

  • Cafe

    The best coffee shops in Chiang Mai you should swing by

    Craving an irresistible caffeine fix in a mesmerizing locale? The best coffee shops in Chiang Mai are the perfect destinations for your coffee adventures. From cosy hideaways to buzzing hotspots, each cafe has its own charm. So, whether you want to relax, work, or chat with fellow caffeine lovers, Chiang Mai’s top cafes have you covered. Enjoy the perfect cup…

  • Food

    Trendiest café chains in Thailand to try this 2024

    Thailand’s café culture is thriving with an array of options to choose from. You can find everything from charming cafés to pet-friendly ones. And café chains are on the rise as well. So, whether you’re in need of a quick caffeine fix, a spot to catch up with friends, or a cosy workspace, café chains are an easy go-to as…

  • Lifestyle

    Coffee and craft beer festival coming to this seaside Thai town

    A coffee and craft beer festival is coming to Thailand’s seaside town of Cha-am, located in the Petchaburi province. Those looking for a unique festival that celebrates two of the world’s most popular drinks can head to Cha-am from March 17 to 19 for the Sun Coffee and Moon Craft festival. The festival will be held at Hua Hin One,…

  • Pattaya News

    Chon Buri thief snatches 300,000 baht coffee grinder from cafe

    It seems like someone took the phrase “grind and steal” a little too literally leaving a Chon Buri cafe owner reeling after a thief snatched a coffee grinder worth a staggering 300,000 baht. But that’s not all, the light-fingered thief also dared to take the cafe’s CCTV camera. The sneaky thief broke into the Coffee&Slow bar on Sri Racha-Nong Kho…

  • Press Room

    Hospitality industry’s shift from instant: Transforming guests’ in-room coffee experience

    Press Release In the hospitality industry, small details can greatly impact the experience of travelers visiting Thailand. One aspect that should not be overlooked is the coffee served to guests. Gone are the days of serving old-fashioned basic instant coffee packets in hotel rooms and villas. As a hotelier, you want your guests to feel pampered and spoiled during their…

  • Press Room

    Is Thailand famous for coffee and is Thai coffee good?

    PRESS RELEASE Thailand now ranks in the top 15 coffee exporters of coffee in the world. Thai coffee was never really known, but in recent years, international recognition for Thai coffee has rapidly increased. And this time, Thailand isn’t just known for Robusta coffee beans but also Arábica coffee beans. To date, Thailand still exports very little coffee as most…

  • Travel

    5 Weird cafes to visit in Bangkok 2022

    Bangkok is one of the most exciting, fun-filled cities in the world with dozens of interesting things to do and places to go. There is something for everyone regardless of age or size and there are things to do here that are only exclusive to Thailand’s capital city – activities that can’t be done anywhere else in the world. So,…

  • Travel

    City Guide: Rejuvenate yourself at EGEIRO Coffee in Ekamai, Bangkok

    Delicious and affordable hand-crafted coffee drinks made by a friendly barista and served with a smile — that’s EGEIRO Coffee in Ekamai. The cafe is located at 2-70 Soi Sukhumvit 42, Khwaeng Phra Khanong, Khet Khlong Toei, Bangkok. It’s about a 2 minute walk from BTS Ekamai station, across the street from Gateway Ekamai shopping mall and beside the YMCA.…

  • Travel

    Top 5 must-visit cafes in Hua Hin 2022

    What makes Hua Hin such a popular weekend getaway destination for Bangkokians? Well, the beautiful seaside city has everything you need. The beach? Fantastic food? Massage? Shopping? You name it! Of course, the cafe scene in Hua Hin is not to be missed. You can expect innovative and delicious drinks and dishes, an unrivalled atmosphere, and Instagram-able locations. Without further…

  • Sponsored

    Why great coffee is an office must-have

    Press Release Why do we need coffee at the office? This is not a rhetorical question. Do we need to socialize with team members and customers? Do we need it because it boosts our energy which helps us be more productive? Do we need it because it’s our craving? Do we need it because it’s the icebreaker in meetings? Or,…

  • Things To Do

    Local resturants you can’t miss when travelling to Ayutthaya

    Thailand’s former capital, Ayutthaya, is home to several magnificent temples and has a diverse cultural and culinary heritage. As many travellers are unsure what to eat in Ayutthaya, this article will assist you in locating Ayutthaya’s regional specialities, ensuring that you not only have a memorable cultural experience, but also a memorable food experience in this magnificent city. Below we…

  • Thailand News

    Finding the best roasted coffee in Thailand with Coffee Culture

    Sponsored Due to all of the changes happening in our daily routines, as coffee lovers, it has become vital to make sure that we have a coffee maker at both our home and our office. Plus, a few packs of delicious fresh roasted coffee to enjoy. Thailand’s demand for shopping for roasted coffee beans and ground coffee online has never…

  • World News

    Ho Chi Minh lockdown impacts global coffee supplies

    Vietnam’s lockdown of its largest city and exporting hub, Ho Chi Minh, has resulted in global concerns about coffee supplies as the country is a major producer of robusta, a bean known for its bitter taste which is often used in instant coffee. The southern city under strict travel restrictions following an uptick of cases involving the highly transmissible Delta…

  • Things To Do

    Top 8 local coffee shops in Bangkok

    30 years ago, local coffee shops in Bangkok were few and far between. But over the last 20 years, the coffee culture in Bangkok has evolved into a thriving economy. Today more people are developing a taste for coffee and are willing to pay a premium for it. Coffee sales in Thailand have been growing. In 2021, revenue in the…

  • Pattaya News

    Teenagers break vending machine by inserting beer bottle tops to pay for coffee

    A group of teenagers in the eastern province of Chon Buri has been caught on CCTV inserting flattened bottle tops into a coffee vending machine, causing it to break. In the footage, 4 teenagers, male and female, can be seen arriving on a motorbike and parking in front of a convenience store in the early hours of Wednesday morning. They…

  • Phuket News

    Pranked: FoodPanda delivers dozens of coffee orders to random Phuket neighborhood

    Coffee with dash of cream? More like a dash chaos. One Phuket street was crowded FoodPanda delivery drivers yesterday, all with the same order. Coffee. Lots of coffee. It’s estimated that a prankster ordered nearly 100 cups of coffee along with waffles and noodles to a random neighborhood. One resident posted on Facebook that she received an order for 13…

  • Central Thailand News

    Man smashes coffee cup on policeman’s head after being told to wear a mask

    A man has smashed a ceramic cup on a police officer’s head after he was told to wear a face mask yesterday in a province outside Bangkok. The officer, Thai media reports as 41 year old ‘Saroch’, was doing a routine check for coronavirus prevention, making sure vendors and business owners are abiding by emergency regulations. The Bang Nang Buat…