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  • What Do You Order At 'Starbucks', Or Your Favorite Coffee House?

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    Q: Include all of the details, exactly how you would normally order your coffee, Espresso, Frappuccino or tea. Double shot, non-fat, tall, grande, venti, etc...A: Chai tea anything. Seriously. Chai tea stuff is just da bomb. :] I love it. Chai Tea Frappuccinos are kinda weird though, cause they're all...

  • Coffee Roasting Machines

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    Having a coffee roasting machine is a plus to have in every coffee lovers home. Roasting your own coffee beans at home can provide you a simple way to enjoy the smell and the pleasure of having superior coffee in your very own home. Coffee roasting machine is very inexpensive...

  • What's The Difference Between Coffee And Espresso?

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    Q: They are both coffee, but Espresso is roasted a bit darker and it is stronger, and you drink it in little cups. The beans are roasted until they are dark and oily-looking. The two main differences between coffee and Espresso are the fineness of the grind, and the brewing time....

  • Iron Japanese Tea Pot

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    The Japanese teapots were mostly made of clay but there were a good number of them which were made from iron and date back to the 1600’s. The iron teapots were used for heating purposes and would heat just about anything that needed heating like tea and water. There are...

  • How Does Drinking Espresso Drinks Differ From House Coffee Health Wise?

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    Q: I often go out for coffee, and am wondering how drinking Espresso compares with regular coffee. Personally, I prefer Espresso, and rarely drink regular coffee.A: A one ounce shot of Espresso contains approximately the same amount of caffiene as a 8-10 ounce cup of drip coffee. The nutritional make-up...

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