There’s Chemicals in My Chemicals

Episode #39October. 21, 2015 27m 18s Download
In this episode: Joe Darnell and Eric Rauch

Eric and Joe wish you a happy ‘Back to the Future’ day, and introduce a segment of follow-up. They talk about human genes and how caffiene is metabolized, the plunging price of commodity coffee around the globe, the science behind flavoring a pumpkin spice latte, and how some coffee drinkers use salt to mask bitterness in their brew.

Highlights and Show Notes

Eric and Joe wish you a happy ‘Back to the Future’ day, and introduce a segment of follow-up. They talk about human genes and how caffeine is metabolized, the plunging price of commodity coffee around the globe, the science behind flavoring a pumpkin spice latte, and how some coffee drinkers use salt to mask bitterness in their brew.

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Show Topics

Welcome to ‘Back to the Future’ Day

Love coffee? Need coffee? Your genes may have something to do with it. The Dutch drink an average of 2.4 cups of coffee a day annually, thus being the number one consumer of coffee every year.

Coffee Prices Down 34% This Year

Flavor Science: What’s Really in a Pumpkin Spice Latte

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To tame bitter coffee, skip the sugar and add some salt instead

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