California cafe offers $75 cup of coffee

      Published on Saturday, 18 May , 2019      402      
California cafe offers $75 cup of coffee


A cafe in California is selling what it claims is the world’s most expensive cup of coffee.




Klatch Coffee is serving the pricey brew, the Elida Natural Geisha 803, at branches in Southern California and San Francisco.

The coffee, made from a rare bean, is said to have a floral, tea-like flavor with hints of jasmine and berries. It costs $75 per cup.

Man jumps out of plane to reveal his baby’s gender

A man from North Carolina has discovered the gender of his baby by jumping out of a plane. Timothy Goodwin set up the stunt in which the colour of the smoke he landed in – pink or blue – would inform him of the baby’s sex. He admits his fiancee was not thrilled by the plan. “Off the gate she was not happy about it, you know,” he said. “Of course, us being pregnant, she needs me there.”

Mum stops plane crew shutting door so daughter could finish shopping

A mum reportedly stopped a plane crew from shutting the doors so her daughter could finish a shopping spree at the airport.

It’s claimed that the woman made 160 passengers wait for her daughter to board the plane for a flight from Bangkok to Shanghai. An airline spokesperson said the mother was emotional.

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Category Life | 2019/05/18 latest update at 2:00 PM
Source : The Week | Photocredit : Google
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