Coffee Tales

Coffee Tales

Baba Budan, a 16th century Sufi saint, embarked on the religious Haj but little did he know that he would have a life altering experience while on his journey. While visiting the port city of Mocha in Yemen he chanced upon a divine concoction. The…More

Coffee Tales

You’re in a McCafe, waiting in line behind a couple, and it’s their turn next. The guy decides to go for a fresh brewed black coffee, but the girl is seemingly confused, with so many options to choose from. She asks her partner to help…More

Coffee Tales

Espresso to kick-start your day and Mocha for late evenings! Everybody has their favorite brew, and their favorite preparation of coffee. Enters the McCafé, with a carefully picked collection of coffees to suit everybody’s mood, at all times of the day. But did you know…More

Coffee Tales

While cafes are generally where one goes to for a mug of your favorite brew,  we can’t forget the importance of a tasty bite that can enhance that café experience. At McCafe, the carefully curated selection of goodies include cookies, muffins, cake slices and cheesecake.…More

Coffee Tales

It was a wet, wet day as a bunch of bloggers headed to the newly opened McCafe in JP Nagar, Bangalore. The brightly lit and stylishly designed, refurbished McDonald’s at the JP Central Mall was a refreshing escape from the gloomy, grey weather. The aroma…More

Coffee Tales

If you are in Bengaluru, walk into a McDonald’s outlet, grab a masala grill burger and pickup a cappuccino, latte or mocha from its brand new cafe counter. Three McCafes are already up and running in Bengaluru. Smita Jatia, Managing Director of Hardcastle Restaurants, says.“With…More

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Georgia Coffee, which was launched in 1975 by Coca-Cola Company, celebrated its fortieth anniversary this year and as the world says, 40 years is as young as they come. Georgia is the name of a popular brand of coffee drinks sold by the Coca-Cola Company.…More

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Back in the beatnik sixties and the swinging seventies, Kolkata (or Calcutta as it was then known), was full of bright young people who saw their lives as creating a revolution against everything. Of course these young people had to be nourished as well, so…More