America's favorite drink didn't reach its shores until the 17th century, and it wasn't until the American Revolution that it became a preferred beverage to tea. The anti-British uprisings, ensured coffee's initial reputation as a drink of protest. It then became a staple beverage in the iconic American coffee house, the diner. In the latter half of the 20th century American entrepreneurs turned it into a boutique beverage served up by artisanal coffee makers the world over. Coffee roaster Dean Cycon and food travelista Judith Jones embark on a journey to discover how Coffee changed America, and in the process became its favorite drink.
In this up-to-date and extended version of the original programme, we catch up with the extraordinary Rowena Kincaid - young, beautiful, exceedingly funny and terminally ill. Prepare for more heartwarming revelations, side-splitting laughter and heartache as she finally reveals what's really on her bucket list and then fights against time and her illness to try to achieve it.
Terminally ill Rowena Kincaid tries to figure out what to do with the time that remains. … In this heartwarming, heartbreaking and ultimately life-enhancing documentary, the extraordinary Rowena Kincaid, a terminally ill young woman with a wicked sense of humour, tries to figure out what best to do with the time that remains.