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New research reveals that Russians buy tea 45% more often than coffee.
A rapper and a restauranteur have teamed up to rebrand the now-exiled Starbucks as a more Russia-friendly Stars Coffee.
“Coffee is good. I don’t know where we got coffee from – it’s like a sin, like drinking champagne in the morning... Coffee is good, remember that. You can love it or not love it, but you cannot blame it and say that it is harmful. ”
– Dr. Alexander Myasnikov, dispelling misconceptions on the dangers of coffee
A new report finds that, for the first time, Russians are drinking more coffee than tea.
Some off-the-cuff dacha recipes for you (summer seems like too relaxed a time for exacting recipes).
We begin a new project, in which readers meet regular St. Petersburgers, to learn about their lives and their favorite places in the Northern Palmyra. First up: coffee!
Most people will associate Russia and Russians with tea, yet coffee is not some sort of Ivan-Come-Lately to Mother Russia.
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