Here is a fascinating infographic produced by the website called Coffee Tasting Club that is packed with facts and statistics about coffee around the World. Check out how much coffee we drink around the World, where coffee comes from, who produces the most coffee and lots more.
Here is an excellent infographic from the Oxford University Press that is full of information about the history of chocolate. This timeline piece starts off in 1519 when Europeans first encountered chocolate in Aztec society and goes all the way through to 2014 when the The Heirloom Cacao Preservation initiative was created.
Here is an entertaining infographic that we found on the Mostly About Chocolate website that provides interesting statistics about chocolate flavours in the UK. Check out the amount of people in Edinburgh who would share their chocolate with a loved one, the amount of people in Manchester who would like to sample a pineapple flavoured chocolate bar and more.
Here we have a great infographic that we found on the website called Metrodeco that offers lots of information about the history of tea. This timeline piece starts off in 2737 BC and goes all the way through to modern times when tea is produced in more than 40 countries worldwide.
A new KitKat bar is big news in the world of chocolate snack bar eating. The latest from Nestlé™ is the Ruby KitKat Bar, a four-finger KitKat made from ‘Ruby’ cocoa beans which give the chocolate its unique colour and taste. The Ruby chocolate adds a delicious creamy, smooth and fruity flavour to the bar without any other ingredients. Be sure to try one soon!
Here is a well designed infographic from the website called Home Owners Insurance that is packed with interesting facts about caffeine for you to view. Check out the chemical name for caffeine, the various plants which contain caffeine, the adverse effects of caffeine and more.
Here is a fantastic infographic from the Japanese coffee blog called I Love Coffee which provides information about the personalities of people who drink various types of coffee (most of which can be got from our vending machines). Learn about the personalities of people who drink black coffee, espresso, latte, cappuccino and more by checking out this piece.
Here we have a fascinating infographic from the American website called Wise Snacks that provides information about how crisps (potato chips) are made. The infographic starts off with the potatoes being delivered and thoroughly washed and goes all the way through to the crisps being released for shipment once the product specifications have been met.
Here we have a useful infographic from a website called Get Skinny be Happy that is packed with information about why you should be drinking plenty of water. Learn all about how not drinking enough water can cause you to be tired, how it can make you have high blood pressure, how it can cause skin conditions and more.
Here we have an excellent infographic from the coffee brewing website called Dripped Coffee that provides information about why your brain craves coffee. The infographic starts off with a couple of quick facts and then goes on to provide the reasons such as coffee boosts energy, coffee reduces suicide risk and depression and coffee strengthens DNA.