Netflix Brings Gilmore Girls to Life With Luke’s Diner Pop-Ups

The air is getting crisp, scarves are fluttering around after a long summer's nap and fallen leaves are crunching on damp sidewalks. This can only mean one thing: Gilmore Girls is almost here!

Ad of the Day: How Coffee Maybe, Probably Got Us to the Moon 47 Years Ago

Would the first successful manned moon landing have run as smoothly as it did if mission control wasn't properly stocked with strong coffee? Probably not, claims a new campaign for the Colombia Coffee Grower's Federation.

This Agency’s New Coffee Shop, Open to the Public, Is Both Gathering Spot and R&D Lab

The Atlanta office of Huge, an agency known for its work in the digital space, is going offline to create a new kind of buzz.

This Week’s Must-Haves: a Cold Drip Coffee Maker That’ll Make You Feel Like a Mad Scientist

This week, the Adweek staff is highlighting sleek gifts for your inner designer. Brew a beaker of cold brew, become a Lego architect, and then throw on a designer shirt […]

Amélie Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet Introduces Lavazza to North America

For Lavazza, coffee is much more than a beverage—it's an art form. That's certainly the message of the brand's first North American campaign from French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, who is known best for his film Amélie. 

Ad of the Day: Hugh Jackman Wants Your Help Changing the World, One K-Cup at a Time

Here's one good way to get a celebrity pitchman for your ads: help turn his local passion project into a national brand. Keurig Green Mountain, the single-serve coffee company, is launching a new line of Laughing Man coffee pods, filled with ground java from Hugh Jackman's Laughing Man coffee company.

As the McDonald’s vs. Taco Bell Breakfast War Rages On, More Brands Join the Fight

Free breakfast. It's the latest marketing strategy two fast-food giants are wielding in what has been dubbed "the breakfast war."

David Lynch’s Coffee Brand Is Back With Another Zany Spot

Would an artificially intelligent robot drink premium coffee? That's the central question in a new spot for David Lynch Signature Cup coffee.

Customers Are Paying to Trade Places With the Barista

Two years ago, Christian Ott decided to run a Sunday afternoon seminar on coffee appreciation. Ott had just been hired as director of coffee for Stone Creek, an artisanal coffee chain with 10 locations in and around Milwaukee, and he figured he could teach his clientele a thing or two. But as the seminars got going, it was Ott who learned something.

How a Topless Mermaid Made the Starbucks Cup an Icon

Every day, millions of people walk into any of 20,519 Starbucks in 65 countries, and most walk back out with the same thing: a white cardboard coffee cup. Do you know the one? Of course you do.