I freakin’ love coffee. This wasn’t always the case, but once you become a professional student (BIGGEST MISTAKE OF MY LIFE) you learn to live with it. Then it becomes a part of your life like a drug and there’s no going back. This postcard from Britain shows a classic Cona coffee maker from 50 years ago. The Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum in London was the world’s first museum completely devoted to the history of these powerful drinks. When the museum’s founder Edward Bramah died in 2008, the museum closed for redevelopment and/or possible relocation. However, it was still closed as of 2010, occupied by a builders merchant high street shop. Sad.