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A Taste of Law and Coffee – From Macrocosm to Microcosm

Journal article
Authors Merima Bruncevic
Philip Linné
Published in Non Liquet: The Westminster Online Working Papers Series, Law and the Senses Series: The Taste Issue
Volume May, 2013
Pages 11-30
Publication year 2013
Published at Department of Law
Pages 11-30
Language en
Links www.westminster.ac.uk/__data/assets...
Keywords taste, coffee, jurisprudence, food science, molecular gastronomy, public space
Subject categories Law, Jurisprudence

Abstract

This article explores various connections between law and coffee. The authors study norms, trends and rituals connected to coffee, and discuss coffee both as a legal phenomenon, as well as a lifestyle and a taste. The article charts a taste journey and proposes a multitude of connections between law and coffee that could be made, other than just the trade, environment and social aspects that we are used to seeing in the legal context. Exploring these potential additional legal layers, the article reveals unexpected knowledge potential that law ought to be able to access. The authors approach coffee as for example art/cultural heritage, as a focal point for public discussion, as a lifestyle and as an addictive taste that coffee lovers constantly chase and obsess about.

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