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Weekend read: Coffee, and the joy in the task

This weekend, make yourself a coffee have a read of this brilliant article by Julian Baggini from Aeon Magazine, which describes a taste comparison between Nespresso and traditional coffee. But, more than that, it discusses where the real pleasure of coffee drinking lies – and whether risk of imperfection is necessary to achieve perfection. For once, it’s also worth venturing “below the fold” and reading some of the comments, too.

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