June 17, 2008

A Whiff of Single Serve Coffee Can Wake You Up

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That's right folks - wake up and just smell the single serve coffee, because you don't even need to drink it to get the effects of what it has to offer. An international group of scientists (we're hoping single serve coffee scientists) reports inhaling the rich, warm aroma of a hot cup of coffee alters the activity of genes in the brain, reducing the effects of sleep deprivation with no drinking required.

We like drinking our single serve coffee, but we do always notice how much the aroma of an extra bold or extra dark cup of coffee picks us up sans drinking. Perhaps coffee snuff is not too far off?

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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 17, 2008 8:24 AM

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Just walk into any Starbucks... if the extra-strong aromas don't slap you in the face & wake you up, you either have a major sinus cold/disability or your nose can be classified as "clinically dead" :-P


Posted by: SH at June 18, 2008 9:28 AM
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