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If you have questions about coffee, tea, milk or even how to make a latte, check out the following articles about hot and cold beverages.

Organic Milk – Health Benefits are Highly Debated

Organic milk is seeing a huge rise in revenue as more consumers are willing to spend money on products that they feel are healthier and safer for their families. An industry currently under scrutiny for inconsistent practices among organic...

Proper Way to Serve Tea

For the British, tea and the art of serving it properly has always been of utmost importance. For those in other countries, however, tea has been merely a drink that you make in any old mug courtesy of a...

Coffee Accessories

For coffee drinkers, there seems to be an ever present search for the perfect coffee accessories, such as the right mug or thermos, a good storage container to keep beans fresh, or even the best grinder to ensure a...

Health Effects of Coffee – Is Caffeine Harmful?

If you find yourself looking forward to that hot cup of coffee each morning, but feeling guilty because you think it is time to kick the habit to become a healthy individual, relax! After hundreds of studies, researchers have...

All Coffees Are Not Created Equal

As a famous coffee retailer has said before, the best part of the morning is the smell of brewing coffee. In the U.S, few of us are able to face the day without at least one cup of liquid...

White Tea – Health Benefits and Information

Though few people have actually heard of white tea, this unique tea is destined to become the next biggest thing in health teas. Apparently, the Chinese have known about the wonderful properties of white tea for more than 1,000...

The Latte – It’s Made from Espresso and Milk

In Italy, ordering a latte gets you a tall glass of milk. In North America however, where people are apparently too rushed to ask for a ‘café latte,'’ a latte order will get you a steaming mug (or more...

Caffeine in Food – It’s Found in Chocolate and Energy Drinks

As a stimulant, caffeine has found a place among consumers needing a kick of energy – a wake-up call of sorts during the day. Although coffee is the leading source of caffeine among drinks, caffeine is also found in...

Coffee Producing Regions

Coffee beans are grown in within an area known as the ‘bean belt,'’ which is roughly bound by the tropic of cancer to the north, and tropic of Capricorn to the south. The best growing areas offer moderate sunlight...

Coffee Facts and Statistics

Did you know that coffee beans are the seeds of a fruit similar to a cherry? Did you know that most of the world’s coffee is grown by small-scale coffee farming families? Coffee is actually the world'’s second most...

Coffee Facts and Statistics

Did you know that coffee beans are the seeds of a fruit similar to a cherry? Did you know that most of the world’s coffee is grown by small-scale coffee farming families? Coffee is actually the world'’s second most traded commodity, taking a backseat only to petroleum, with the...

Food Should Be Enjoyed, Not Inhaled

In the fast-paced modern world, when every second seems to count, and lunch breaks are often only 30 minutes, start-to-finish, it is little wonder why we all are occasionally guilty of 'wolfing' down our food. When we feel the pressure of impossible deadlines, To-Do lists that rival the Labours...

Cheddar Cheese – Mildly Mellow to Sharply Robust and Pungeant

It is hard to conjure a mental picture of cheese without including the familiar orange of cheddar. This kitchen staple holds value as a tasty snack food as well as a versatile ingredient in recipes from all over the world. Cheddar’s history is almost as rich as its distinctive flavor....

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