Millie Bobby Brown is brewing up a new venture. The beloved actress has decided to further her entrepreneurial journey and start her own coffee line. If you also can’t wait to kick start your day with a cup of her favorite beverage, then let’s find out more about the new venture.
Millie Bobby Brown X Collab Coffee
The Stranger Things star announced the launch of her own coffee line in collaboration with the privately-owned company, Collab Coffee on May 18th. The collaboration would be known to the world by the name ‘Florence by Mills Coffee’. According to Millie Bobby Brown, a good cup of coffee has been her best friend during all the hustles and bustles of sets. She has decided to launch ‘Florence by Mills Coffee’ because she wants her fans to also have a companion throughout all the chaos of their lives. You can grab a cup of Brown’s coffee in the US, Canada, Mexico, the UK, Europe, and Ireland. You can also order your brew from their official website.
The launch will include two carefully curated signature coffee blends, delightful cold-brew concentrate coffee, and a variety of Millie’s preferred syrups. The offerings will be complemented by a range of exquisitely designed accessories. The announcement also mentioned that additional products would be introduced in the future. The syrups would be available in under two collections. “Barista Collection, “which would include Vanilla, Hazelnut, and Caramel, and “Millie’s Favourites,” which includes Crème Brûlée, English Toffee, and Honeycomb. The coffee company describes its Authentically Brew product as a medium roast, while its “Mindful Moments” option is a medium to dark roast. Both blends have been certified by the Rainforest Alliance, ensuring they meet certain sustainability standards. The company also works with Farmer Connect, which allows them to trace the coffee’s journey from the farm to the store, ensuring transparency and quality.
Burgers are comfort food for many Americans. They’re eaten at breakfast, lunch, dinner, or whenever the mood strikes. However, a burger means different things to people across various states. While some people believe in slathering it up in butter, others pump it up with cheese. From Minnesota to Wisconsin, here are five regional burgers that will make a trip down to eat it absolutely worth it.
This is probably the greasiest burger on the list, as it has butter on it and in it. The burger originally hails from Wisconsin, a state that is known for its love of butter. For this dish, the buns are soaked in butter before grilling, while the patty is made with butter in it and cooked with a pat of butter on top. Your arteries might not like this one in the long run, but your tongue definitely will.
This is a burger that has some hearty flavor and is also healthy. The California burger is made with guacamole or avocado, as well as bacon in it. Just like California itself, the burger is an eclectic mix of cultures of the country. After all, avocado and bacon barely hang out together in the kitchen, but for this dish, they work wonders. The burger is also a favorite of Arnold Schwarzenegger. So if it’s good enough for The Terminator, we think it’s good enough for everybody.
One of the most famous burgers, Juicy Lucy is just like the name suggests, extremely juicy and succulent. From Minneapolis, the burger’s highlight is the patty which is stuffed with cheddar or American cheese. However, the invention of this burger is still shrouded in debate, with some saying it came from Matt’s Bar while others saying it’s from 5-8 Club. Either way, this delicious cheesy mess is not to be missed.
Sometimes known as Cuban hamburgers, this iteration is very famous in South Florida. The burger consists of a thin patty that is seasoned with paprika. It’s topped with spiced ketchup, onions, and potatoes.
The college students of Oklahoma did invent something, a burger! After a series of complicated delivery orders by a sorority, the restaurant turned their order into an honorable burger. The dish is a burger topped with BBQ sauce, shredded cheddar, mayo, and dill pickles. Customer service in Oklahoma worked on another level in the 1940s.