The HCRJ Coffeehouse with Rabbi Gross is on Tuesday, March 9 at 10am! Come join Rabbi Gross and the group for conversation.
To RSVP and to receive the Zoom link and password for the HCRJ Coffeehouse, please contact Justin at Justin@hcrj.org.
- The name “Cappuccino” comes from the resemblance of the drink to the clothing of Capuchin monks.
- Starbucks spends more money on health insurance for its employees than on coffee beans
- Customers at The La Petite Syrah coffee shop in Nice, France who order their coffee politely are charged significantly less than those who don’t. Customers who order their coffee with a “bonjour” and a “s’il vous plaît” (hello and please, respectively) are charged 1.40 euros ($1.93). A coffee ordered with no greeting but with “s’il vous plaît” costs 4.25€ ($5.85) and a coffee ordered simply as “un café” is 7€ ($9.63).