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  • COFFEE ROUTINES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE Find out how great and good take their coffee to boost creativity and productivity THE www.1882.com.au
  • COFFEE ROUTINES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE THE www.1882.com.au Coffee and creativity go well together. So do coffee and productivity. Actually coffee go well with so many things, it difficult to even name them all. But most of all coffee goes well with greatness. We have gathered some coffee routines of good and great. Some are odd, some are extravagant, but they all seem to be very effective. So enjoy your cup, enjoy your greatness and find out what you might have in common with Beethoven, Lynch, Steve Ivy, Picasso and the rest.
  • LUDVIG VAN BEETHOVEN THE COMPOSER www.1882.com.au Beethoven (1770–1827) was a German composer and pianist, and one of the most famous and influential composers in classical music. Beethoven rose at dawn and wasted little time getting down to work. His breakfast was coffee, which he prepared himself with great care–he determined that there should be sixty beans per cup, and he often counted them out one by one for a precise dose. But one was not enough and he did not stop at breakfast. Actually Beethoven was drinking dozens of cups of coffee a day and allegedly 50 cups of tea.
  • JONY IVE THE DESIGNER www.1882.com.au Jony Ive and his elite design team at Apple are coffee snobs. And rightfully so. Great coffee is great ideas. Like everything Apple’s designers do, their coffee ritual is very precise. They have honed their technique to a science, adjusting the beans, the grind, the grain, and the pour to perfection. The resulting beverage boosts the team’s creativity to the max. Not to mention they trust the good old Italian espresso methods. They have all it takes to make one and it is the state-of-art machinery. The roaster that regularly delivers 5 lb. bags of coffee to the studio, the grinder to grind beans to perfection and the High-End Espresso Machine.
  • DAVID LYNCH THE DIRECTOR www.1882.com.au One David Lynch character from the famous Twin Peaks – agent Cooper made coffee famous. His love for coffee should not come as a surprise as the director himself is a bit of a coffee fanatic. As it turns out David Lynch drinks from ten up to twenty coffees a day. He says the secret is to stop at 5:30 p.m. He has a favourite personal roast, which is smooth and rich, with subtle undertones of surreal nightmares.
  • MAYA ANGELOU THE WRITER www.1882.com.au Angelou was never been able to write at home. As she explained in an interview she “tires to keep home very pretty and I can’t work in a pretty surrounding. It throws me.” So she always worked in hotel or motel rooms. She would get up at about 5:30, and she was ready to have coffee by 6, usually with her husband.
  • CHRISTOPHER THOMAS THE ATHLETE www.1882.com.au Despite considerable research in this area, the role of caffeine as a performance enhancing drug is still not 100% clear but one thing is for sure – coffee can enhance performance and definitely can help you burn calories. It isn’t strange then that athletes like Christopher Thomas (USAT Amateur Triathlete of the Year, 2012) like their coffee first thing in the morning. He usually takes one or two black ones. As he says he appreciates the most warmth and caffeine kick.
  • SØREN KIERKEGAARD THE PHILOSOPHER www.1882.com.au Soren Kierkegaard’s routine included three things – writing, walking, and lots of coffee. Kierkegaard had his own quite peculiar way of having coffee: Delightedly he seized hold of the bag containing the sugar and poured sugar into the coffee cup until it was piled above the rim. Next came the incredibly strong, black coffee, which slowly dissolved the white pyramid.
  • How about great espresso at your home? Sign up on our website and be the first to taste organic Nespresso®* compatible coffee capsules. Sign up today and claim great offers** CLICK TO CLAIM YOUR OFFER TODAY * The brand is not owned by Caffè Vergnano SpA or its associated companies. ** Promotion available in Australia only http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au
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  • COFFEE ROUTINES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE Find out how great and good take their coffee to boost creativity and productivity THE www.1882.com.au
  • COFFEE ROUTINES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE THE www.1882.com.au Coffee and creativity go well together. So do coffee and productivity. Actually coffee go well with so many things, it difficult to even name them all. But most of all coffee goes well with greatness. We have gathered some coffee routines of good and great. Some are odd, some are extravagant, but they all seem to be very effective. So enjoy your cup, enjoy your greatness and find out what you might have in common with Beethoven, Lynch, Steve Ivy, Picasso and the rest.
  • LUDVIG VAN BEETHOVEN THE COMPOSER www.1882.com.au Beethoven (1770–1827) was a German composer and pianist, and one of the most famous and influential composers in classical music. Beethoven rose at dawn and wasted little time getting down to work. His breakfast was coffee, which he prepared himself with great care–he determined that there should be sixty beans per cup, and he often counted them out one by one for a precise dose. But one was not enough and he did not stop at breakfast. Actually Beethoven was drinking dozens of cups of coffee a day and allegedly 50 cups of tea.
  • JONY IVE THE DESIGNER www.1882.com.au Jony Ive and his elite design team at Apple are coffee snobs. And rightfully so. Great coffee is great ideas. Like everything Apple’s designers do, their coffee ritual is very precise. They have honed their technique to a science, adjusting the beans, the grind, the grain, and the pour to perfection. The resulting beverage boosts the team’s creativity to the max. Not to mention they trust the good old Italian espresso methods. They have all it takes to make one and it is the state-of-art machinery. The roaster that regularly delivers 5 lb. bags of coffee to the studio, the grinder to grind beans to perfection and the High-End Espresso Machine.
  • DAVID LYNCH THE DIRECTOR www.1882.com.au One David Lynch character from the famous Twin Peaks – agent Cooper made coffee famous. His love for coffee should not come as a surprise as the director himself is a bit of a coffee fanatic. As it turns out David Lynch drinks from ten up to twenty coffees a day. He says the secret is to stop at 5:30 p.m. He has a favourite personal roast, which is smooth and rich, with subtle undertones of surreal nightmares.
  • MAYA ANGELOU THE WRITER www.1882.com.au Angelou was never been able to write at home. As she explained in an interview she “tires to keep home very pretty and I can’t work in a pretty surrounding. It throws me.” So she always worked in hotel or motel rooms. She would get up at about 5:30, and she was ready to have coffee by 6, usually with her husband.
  • CHRISTOPHER THOMAS THE ATHLETE www.1882.com.au Despite considerable research in this area, the role of caffeine as a performance enhancing drug is still not 100% clear but one thing is for sure – coffee can enhance performance and definitely can help you burn calories. It isn’t strange then that athletes like Christopher Thomas (USAT Amateur Triathlete of the Year, 2012) like their coffee first thing in the morning. He usually takes one or two black ones. As he says he appreciates the most warmth and caffeine kick.
  • SØREN KIERKEGAARD THE PHILOSOPHER www.1882.com.au Soren Kierkegaard’s routine included three things – writing, walking, and lots of coffee. Kierkegaard had his own quite peculiar way of having coffee: Delightedly he seized hold of the bag containing the sugar and poured sugar into the coffee cup until it was piled above the rim. Next came the incredibly strong, black coffee, which slowly dissolved the white pyramid.
  • How about great espresso at your home? Sign up on our website and be the first to taste organic Nespresso®* compatible coffee capsules. Sign up today and claim great offers** CLICK TO CLAIM YOUR OFFER TODAY * The brand is not owned by Caffè Vergnano SpA or its associated companies. ** Promotion available in Australia only http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au http://www.1882.com.au
  • PHOTO CREDITS THE www.1882.com.au Photo Credit: Monkeypainter via Compfight cc Photo Credit: By Rayi Christian W Photo Credit: rollingstone64 via Compfight cc Photo Credit: aNeLiM via Compfight cc Photo Credit: ThomasThomas via Compfight cc By Larry Rosa Photography Photo Credit: natellev via Compfight cc
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