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  • How Is Homemade Cappuccino Different (Grosser) Than 'Starbucks'?

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    Q: I have a nice 'Krupps' Cappuccino maker, and have had a cheaper brand, too... but I just can't make drinks that compare to the pros. I know they have expensive machines, but how many ways can water flow over grounds?!?!?A: There are tricks to making a good Cappuccino. First,...

  • Whats The Difference Between A Coffee And A Cappuccino?

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    Q: How do you make a Cappucino? At some gas stations, they have Cappuccino and coffee machines, and I'm always confused, do I have to mix the two to make a Cappuccino, or does the Cappuccino machine prepare the Cappuccino the way it is supposed to be already.A: Gas station...

  • Why Brass Or Copper Boilers In The Coffee Espresso Machines Are Considered To Be The “Best Choice”?

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    Q: Why brass or copper boilers in the coffee Espresso machines are considered to be the “best choice”?A: 1. Heat efficiency. Due to its EXTRAORDINARY THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY and THERMAL CAPACITY, brass gets hot much faster and keeps heat much longer than aluminum and stainless steel. 2. Anti-corrosion resistance. Even though brass...

  • Oolong China Tea

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    The Chinese say that there are three main categories of tea: Camellia sinensis (those are the oxidized teas), Green teas (also known as dried or unoxidized teas) and Oolong teas which are neither fully oxidized nor unoxidized. All sorts of teas which you can think of can be placed in...

  • Herbal Tea Infuser

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    There are different methods of preparing herbal tea – brewing, infusing, and decoctions. It is worth understanding the method properly since only then can one truly experience the pleasure of herbal tea and imbibe its medicinal values properly. Apart from its medicinal values, herbal teas are tasty and can be enjoyed...

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