This Saturday Cafe Kili will hold its annual Christmas Tree Decoration extravaganza.
Come and decorate our tree with your special ornaments while enjoying sweet fellowship with your Cafe Kili friends from 2-5 P.M.
Beginning Monday, Cafe Kili will launch its holiday raffle for a Kili gift basket. The tickets are $1.00 and a portion of each ticket’s proceeds will go towards Toys For Tots. The winner will be announced at the Kili Christmas Choral sing a long on December 15.
Please look out for our newsletter next week for more details and holiday events! From all of us at Cafe Kili, thank you for reading!
On Nov. 7 TBO.com caught up with Cafe Kili’s Kenyan coffee experts Patrick and Rose Waruinge. The fun and quirky interview discovered that if Rose were to travel back in time, Patrick would follow. Patrick and Rose expressed how important Cafe Kili’s loyal customer are to their success. To read the full Q & A interview visit TBO.com.
We’d also like to remind everyone that all of the coffee served at Cafe Kili comes from fresh in-house roasted beans. The luxury of roasting our own beans allows us to preserve the best taste, which provides our customers with best quality coffee possible.
A new study done by the Harvard School of Public Health recently found that men who drink coffee could decrease their risk of prostate cancer. According to the study, men who drink six or more cups of coffee a day lower their risk of any form of prostate cancer by 20 percent and lethal forms by 60 percent.
According to WebMD, “the risk reduction held for both regular coffee and decaf, leading the researchers to speculate it’s not the caffeine providing the protection.”… About 217,730 new cases of prostate cancer were diagnosed in 2010, according to the American Cancer Society. About 32,000 men died of the disease in 2010
Doctors and researchers are not ready to tell men to start drinking more coffee but it’s perhaps great news to men who already drink a cup or two a day.