A beginner's guide to how Starbucks works: How to order an espresso drink like a pro, brought to you by a certified barista.
A Door County coffee shop located appropriately on the corner of 5th Avenue and Jefferson Street, 5th and Jefferson Coffeehouse is quaint cafe offering coffee, tea and blended drinks; a breakfast & lunch menu; and a unique personality that travels through every room of the house.
Everything you ever wanted or needed to know about Starbucks Blended Creme Frappuccinos, as brought to you by a barista.
The author is a barista who shares answers to questions she hears all day at Starbucks. How does Starbucks make a latte? And how can customers customize the drink for themselves? Read on to find out.
Started in 2015 with a casual Google search, our Coffee House Tours are now an annual traditional during Door County Triathlon weekend.
A scenic drive along the Door County Peninsula brings you to Brew Coffeehouse of Door County, a rustic looking building along HWY 42. Flanked on the left by a garden and outdoor seating area with a lending library conveniently located next to it all to make your visit as relaxing as possible.
Look here to see the differences between Starbucks and McDonalds McCafe popular espresso drinks. Compare prices, calories and caffeine content.
Trying to eat healthier without cutting out your favorite Starbucks drink? Or, just looking to save a bit on the daily cost? Here are ten easy ways to cut calories in your favorite Starbucks drink.
Here's an in-depth review of my experience with the Starbucks gold reward card. If you like plain coffee and tea, the rewards card is a great fit. But it isn't great if you like blended drinks!
All you need to know about Starbucks' iced teas and iced tea lemonades. This guide was written by a Starbucks barista!
A brief guide to the words Starbucks fanatics use and also unofficial drinks created using their ingredients.
Learn all about the Tea Lattes on Starbucks' menu from a certified barista. This guide covers the popular Chai Tea Latte as well as some lesser known items in the Starbucks barista's arsenal.