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Coffee!!! Stories of Extreme Caffeination by Bob Biderman

Coffee!!! Stories of Extreme Caffeination by Bob Biderman

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‘He opened the cupboard and stared in disbelief at the emptiness within. There wasn’t any coffee left. He had forgotten to stop at the Algerian on his way back to his room and had used every bean in the barren tin that sat topless, open and forlorn, on the most reachable shelf above.’ So begins the surreal tales of a coffee deprived addict that somehow links the history of Hogarth and The Seven Dials to a rotund Egyptian art collector at the Café Monmouth. A humorous adventure from coffee historian and editor of Café Magazine, Bob Biderman.
‘He opened the cupboard and stared in disbelief at the emptiness within. There wasn’t any coffee left. He had forgotten to stop at the Algerian on his way back to his room and had used every bean in the barren tin that sat topless, open and forlorn, on the most reachable shelf above.’ So begins the surreal tales of a coffee deprived addict that somehow links the history of Hogarth and The Seven Dials to a rotund Egyptian art collector at the Café Monmouth. A humorous adventure from coffee historian and editor of Café Magazine, Bob Biderman.

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Upgrading our brains goes back 1000s of years. It probably started with human’s use of caffeine. You like caffeine. Caffeine locks onto the receptors in your brain that usually handle the chemical adenosine. That interference reduces adenosine’s activities. That results is an increase in another natural chemical in our brains. That being the neurotransmitter dopamine. It helps carry signals.
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