The woman who built a coffee empire from a small town – BBC News

… their base in the tiny town of Invermere in British Columbia’s Rocky Mountains. They didn’t have any cardboard boxes to pack the coffee in, so they scoured the town’s lone back alley for any they could use. When they’d finally taped the package shut, they took it to Skinny’s Shoe Repair – the spot where the Greyhound buses stopped in Invermere – and put it on a bus to its destination. That was in 1996. Since then, Kicking Horse Coffee has become one of …

Queenstown: Chocolate coated fun – Travel – NZ Herald News

By Delaney Mes | December 6, 2015 As well as the scenery, Queenstown now boasts the best hot chocolate in the world, finds Delaney Mes. Queenstown’s spectacular scenery and snow-covered mountains make it the ultimate winter destination. But there is so much more, especially when the weather is sizzling rather than severe. With an array of fabulous wineries, great cafes, and picturesque scenery featuring mountains and lakes, there is a lot to love. And right now, it’s something that …

Disney World Is Now Selling ‘Poo’ in Giraffe, Hippo Flavors | Money.com

By Brad Tuttle | June 24, 2015 People will buy pretty much anything. Nowhere is this truism more on display than Walt Disney World, a.k.a. the “Most Magical Place on Earth,” a.k.a. home of the $100+ one-day admission fee. Getty Images The latest magic trick being pulled by the world’s most famous theme park destination is convincing guests that they want to buy and eat animal “poo.” At Zuri’s Sweet Shop, appropriately located …

Hershey’s Ban on Cadbury Chocolate Has British Expats Up in Arms | Vanity Fair

… provincial postwar British town, and, though its reputation as a fashion-world hot spot endures, it remains a destination as well for New York’s sizable communities of less stylish, more garden-variety British expats and American Anglophiles, as does the grocery next door, officially called Carry On Tea & Sympathy, after the series of smirky sex comedies, Carry On Nurse, Carry On Doctor, etc., which have been amusing British filmgoers since the 1950s. A fish-and-chips shop down the block, …